Pet Chip Registry is designed to give busy veterinarians, animal shelters and rescue groups, easy access to registered owners of lost pets. Our only goal is to limit the time that our members spend away from their frightened pets.
Microchips are great. The problem is that far too many pet's microchips are unregistered.
With the Pet Chip Registry, busy veterinarians and shelters can visit the National Online Search Engine and simply enter the microchip number. When the microchip number is entered, the name of the owner, with a photo of the pet, as well as four different forms of contact for the current registered owner, will instantly display on the screen.
We believe in the power of the internet in order to return pets to the families who care for them. Our job is to monitor, correct, change, update, protect and maintain your contact information while keeping it accessible.
Your job is to keep your pet from ever needing these services.
Pet Chip Registry displays contact information for all brands of pet microchips including Animal ID, Home Again®, AVID™ AKC CAR/EID™, Digital Angel®, ResQ®, ALLFLEX®, Schering Plough™, 24 PET WATCH™, Lifechip®, Banfield®, Crystal Tag™, Datamars™ & Destron Fearing™ once submitted.
Pet Chip Registry is not responsible for any persons misrepresenting ownership or submitting false information. Pet Chip Registry accepts no responsibility during litigation over ownership of an animal.
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There is no annual fee is for rescue pet registration.
Pet Chip Registry is the National Pet Microchip Registration Database and is accessible to all veterinarians, animal shelters and rescue groups. This national database registers and displays contact information for all brands and frequencies of pet microchips.
You are the first person called when your pet is located. This registration is what keeps your contact information accessible when your pet’s microchip number is entered into the search engine. When your pet is registered, your contact information will be accessible for emergency veterinarians, animal shelters and rescue groups or public use whenever the microchip number is entered or inquired about.