Petlog Premium gives you the best chance of finding your pet should they go missing. For a single fee of £17, Petlog Premium helps you keep your records up to date for the lifetime of your pet.
You can choose to sign up to Petlog Premium when you first join or you can upgrade from a basic account at any stage of your pets life.
There are so many benefits to Petlog Premium, from our lost pet alert, downloadable missing pet poster to the ability to update your pets details at any point (with no additional cost). This giving you the best chance of successful reunification should the worst happen.
An upgrade to Petlog Premium is non-transferable to another owner in the event that the pet’s registered keepership changes hands.
If you have pet's recorded with the Petlog database and have not already registered for an online Petlog account, click here to create one using the Microchip Number and Petlog ID supplied on your Petlog confirmation letter or email. If you are unsure on your Microchip number, please read our FAQs below.
If you already have created an online account, click here to log in to upgrade a pet. If you are unsure on your Microchip number, please read our FAQs below.
If your pet's are recorded with another UK microchip database, you can apply to have your pet's recorded with Petlog by applying here.
If there are any problems, please contact us on 01296 336579 and we will happily assist you. Lines are open 9am to 5pm, Monday - Friday, excluding Bank holidays.
Your Petlog microchip number is usually 15 digits and is a vital part of data security for you and your pet.
The Petlog microchip number is sent to you once your pet has been recorded onto the Petlog database and can be found on the following documents:
Welcome Email or Letter from Petlog
A receipt or barcode given to you at the time of microchipping or rehoming
Please note: If you have just had your pet microchipped or recorded into your name please allow up to 14 days for postal confirmation if you did not provide an email address.
If you do not have any of the above paperwork you can organise to have your pet scanned at your Veterinary Practice, Welfare Organisation, Council or by a privately trained animal professional, and then use our Look Up a Microchip service to check which database your pet’s microchip is held.