Updating microchip details

The NSW Pet Registry enables lost pets to be reunited with their owners and is now available for cat and dog owners to: The Pet Registry will also be used by pet breeders, vets and authorised identifiers.Pet breeders, who create a profile on the Pet Register, will be able to have their new litters added straight to their profile.

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The Pet Address search engine allows you to search for the microchip number of a pet in various animal databases.

Simply type the microchip number in the search field; then click to search.

Click here to generate a change of keeper form now Upon receipt of the paperwork PETtrac will update your pet's Micro Chip record and issue a new certificate to you.

Download a new registration form, print it off, complete it and post or fax it through to the UK PETtrac Database.

If your pet is lost or injured the chances of it being found and scanned for a microchip are extremely high.

However, if your details are not up to date there will be no way for you to know someone has your pet.A new service has been created for NSW cat and dog owners.You can update your pet’s details on the Registry ( or over the counter at your local council. Microchipping is one of the most effective ways to reunite lost pets with their keepers.However, it is only effective if keepers remember to ensure that their contact details are kept up to date.If you have a change of details form already (possibly on the back of a registration certificate), please complete this.