To register a microchip or update contact information for a microchip, pet owners should contact their pet recovery service.
AAHA is unable to assist pet owners with their microchip registration and/or problems.
If you are unable to get the correct information from the top record, work your way down the list.
The AAHA Universal Pet Microchip Lookup Tool is NOT a microchip registry—it is an internet-based application to assist in the identification of those registries on which a particular microchip is registered, or otherwise provide the chip’s manufacturer.
Pet breeders, who create a profile on the Pet Register, will be able to have their new litters added straight to their profile.
Veterinarians and authorised identifiers are able to enter a pet’s details directly onto the Pet Registry as part of their microchipping service, reducing errors and making data entry more efficient.
The professional who microchips your dog will also take your contact details.
These details are kept alongside the microchip number on a database, so that your dog can be returned to you if it’s lost or stolen.
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You can also ask your vet or local council if they can microchip your dog. Your dog’s microchip is given a number, which will show up whenever your dog is scanned.
You can update your pet’s details on the Registry ( or over the counter at your local council.