Please provide all of the following details.
Registration costs €10.
It may be that the implanting vet did not register the pet yet – please contact the vet who microchipped your pet (or ask the previous owner to) and ask them to complete the registration. This would be unusual as most vets update the system the same day as the pet is microchipped but sometimes a chip might get overlooked in error.
It may be that the implanting vet or implanter used a non-Animark microchip and has not yet registered this with us. Please contact the vet who microchipped your pet (or ask the previous owner to) and ask them to complete the registration with us so that we can allocate the chip to them.
If your pet has been imported (you may need to confirm with the previous owner if you’re unsure), we will require your local vet to scan the microchip (and crosscheck that the pet passport details correspond). If you are not known to the vet, you should bring ID and proof of address with you. If you've already had a recent visit to your vet, they should have your details on file so a re-scan and visit would not be necessary.
If the vet/implanter is registered on Animark they can confirm via our online system or they can email us directly with the below details:
Pet Owner's name:
Vet name & UIC who read and confirmed the pet:
Date Vet scanned the chip:
Pet passport chip number corresponds with chip in pet: Yes/No
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will then be able to allocate the chip to you and to the practice who reads and confirms the chip, and issue your certificate of registration.