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February 24, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

After all the nasties reported from this year’s Crufts dog show, plus the danger of pet bull terriers being stolen and starved into participating in illegal dog fighting, Taymar Inc of Westminster, Colorado may just have come up with a winning idea: the company has perfected AnimaLife ID, a system to implant a glass-encased programmable microchip the size of a grain of rice in the muscle of your pooch or moggie so that it can be identified; the system, which costs $15 to $20 per pet, also includes hand-held scanner and a database run by Taymar.

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