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There may be many explanations for the behavior changes you are describing including changes in their environment, their socialization, illness, exercise routines, and many more. I am not aware of any studies that have related microchips to behavior changes or aggression. I would recommend setting up a consultation with your veterinarian to discuss the behaviors your are witnessing and help determine the cause. There may be many treatment options. The veterinarian may also recommend a Veterinary Behavior Specialist. The microchips can also be removed if that is your desire but please discuss this with your veterinarian as there may be other options.
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