Petlog Record (adding microchip record to database)

The Kennel Club believes that microchipping makes a clear link between a dog and its keeper. More than 100,000 dogs either stray, are lost or stolen each year with many having to be kept in kennels before being re-homed. Having a microchip means they can be reunited quickly with their owners, reducing the stress for dog and owner alike.

As part of the measures the government is introducing secondary legislation under the Animal Welfare Act 2006, it is now compulsory for all dogs to be microchipped in England. From this date owners will need to have their dog microchipped and registered on one of the authorised commercial databases available - this is where Petlog Registration comes in.

Benefits of microchipping with Petlog

  • Petlog is the UK's largest database for lost and found services, thereby increasing your chances of finding your pet, should it go missing;
  • Record your pet and personal details instantly and also reunite a missing pet with their owner with the click of a button, saving you time and money but most importantly reuniting missing pets with their owners ;
  • Smartphone app to send alerts to vets and local authorities in your area, should your pet go missing;
  • The Petlog reunification service is available 24/7 365 days a year and based in the UK.
  • Petlog is part of a European network of databases, which includes 32 databases working together giving your customers the best chance of finding their pets wherever they are lost even in another country.
  • Petlog is managed by the Kennel Club - a trusted name in animal welfare

How to record your dog with Petlog

  1. Find an implanter that uses microchips associated with Petlog
  2. Get your dog microchipped
  3. The implanter will record the information with Petlog and you will receive confirmation
  4. You can then apply to upgrade to Petlog Premium



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