With animal welfare at the heart of everything we do, Petlog's commitment to the welfare industry and pets is our priority. We recognise the important role that cat and dog rescue centres and shelters play in reuniting lost pets with their owners and the re-homing process.
As the UK's largest database for microchipped pets, Petlog ensures its Welfare Partners (e.g. animal rescue centres and dog and cat shelters) are offered the best possible service - adding peace of mind and the most cost effective package available.
If a pet has been handed to you as a lost or stray you should scan the pet to see whether it is microchipped. Find out more about what to do with a lost or stray pet as a welfare organisation.Found a Pet
Petlog recognises the important role that cat and dog rescue centres and shelters play in reuniting lost pets with their owners and the re-homing process. So we have developed additional online services which allows welfare to take keepership pets coming into the centre and our Rehoming Service which allows you to rehome pets into the new keeper’s name free of charge.Find out more about Petlog Rehoming Services
Need to have an animal microchipped? Then search our database to find your local implanters using microchips associated with Petlog.Find a Petlog Implanter
Microchipping is a simple safe and quick procedure. It can make all the difference in an owner / keeper being reunited with their pet should they stray or go missing. Read more about microchipping.What is Microchipping - FAQs
Current legislation states that breeders in England, Scotland and Wales must ensure puppies are microchipped and registered with an approved microchip database by the time the puppies are 8 weeks old (prior to going to the new owner). Find out what the legislation means for welfare organisations on the Chip It Check It website.Compulsory Microchipping for Welfare