Petlog is committed to supporting the microchipping industry and will continue to provide assistance in any way it can to the veterinary profession. Petlog works with leading microchip suppliers, provides a 24/7 reunification service based in the UK, is a member of the European Pet Network and managed by the Kennel Club and supports over 9 million pet owners.
Working together we can ensure customers are offered the best possible support when their pet goes missing. Designed for you, our online services are easy and convenient to use. Log in or create an Authorised Agent account today. Please ensure you request a pin number from your supplier before requesting a new account with Petlog.
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Microchipping offers a valuable service to your customers and their pets, however it is only effective if they keep their details up-to-date - this can be done quickly and easily with Petlog. Petlog has proven success in reuniting lost pets with their owners - allowing you to provide an even better service to your customers. Find our more about the benefits of using a microchip associated with Petlog.Benefits for Your Customers
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 veterinary organisation.Found a Pet
It is very important for you as a vet to communicate to your clients regarding best practice when it comes to using Petlog's lost and found service. We all want the optimum outcome should a pet go missing, and here is where you can make the difference. Please find some resources that you may find useful in your veterinary practice.Resources for Vets
Current legislation requires all breeders to microchip their puppies before they go to their new homes before they are 8 weeks old. Find out more about what compulsory microchipping means for Veterinary Organisations on the Chip It Check It website.Chip It Check It website