Over 9 million pet keepers trust Petlog to help reunite them with their lost pets. If your pet should go missing, microchipping is a great way to ensure that the best efforts are made to reunite you with your pet. However, it is only effective if pet keepers remember to keep their contact details up-to-date, which is a new requirement within the Compulsory Microchipping of Dogs legislation.
Any changes to an keeper’s contact details must be updated on their microchip database to ensure compliance with the law. If a dog keeper subsequently moves, changes contact telephone number, etc. then the dog is no longer considered microchipped under the new law and enforcement can be taken.
If you already have a Petlog account, simply log in. If you do not, you can use the link below to create one.
It is vital that you keep your and your pet's details up-to-date so that Petlog can contact you should your pet go missing.
If you need to transfer a pet into your keepership, or if you have passed a pet on, find out what to do by clicking here.
Find out more about how to register a pet with an overseas microchip on to the Petlog database.
Find out how to let Petlog know about lost and found pets as well as further advice about finding your missing pet.
To give your pet the best chance of reunification, make sure you upgrade their record to Petlog Premium.
It is critical that the address where you keep your pet is kept completely up to date, so that you can be successfully reunited, if your pet is lost and then found.
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If your pet's are recorded with another UK microchip database, you can apply to have your pet's recorded with Petlog by clicking here.
Microchipping is a procedure that can make all the difference in being reunited with your pet should they go missing.
To find a local implanter that uses Petlog microchips, you can contact a Petlog microchip supplier for more information.
Use this tool to check whether a microchipped pet is recorded on the Petlog database.
Find out more about what the compulsory microchipping legislation introduced in 2016 means for you.
All dogs are required to wear a Dog ID Tag in a public place under the Control of Dogs Order 1992.
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