Does your pet have a microchip?
We’d love to help you find your pet.
Awesome, but is it registered?
If not, you can do it here for free - and we never charge update or maintenance feesRegister Here
Pets should have your contact info
We’ll show you affordable places to have it done
Let us help figure it out.
First, find a local clinic with a universal scanner to check your pet.
Now, let’s face it— unless your dog is a masochist, he’s probably not that into his collar. And when the collar comes off, pets still need to know how to get a hold of you. The only way to do that is to have them microchipped and registered.
What is a microchip?
About the size of a grain of rice, a microchip is implanted beneath your pet’s skin between the shoulders.
It contains a unique number used to identify animals when scanned by a shelter or vet. The number is used to find the owner’s contact information in a registry.
What a microchip isn’t
A microchip is not a GPS or tracking device. Those need to be charged. Good luck plugging your pet into a power cord every night. (Please don’t try).
It does not store your contact information, photos, have any apps, games, or even have a flashlight function.
When your pet has an ID tag with your phone number on its collar, it dramatically increases the chances it’ll be returned home when lost. We know. Mind blowing, right?
1 in 3 pets
become lost at some point
90% of them
never return home without id*
Licensing is another important way to have your pet identified and returned to you if it’s ever lost. It’s also a visible proof of ownership—if you aren’t one of those people that looks exactly like their pet.
Fees and requirements vary by location. Here are some other considerations:
In many areas, licensing is the law of the land.
It’s often cheaper if your pet is spayed/neutered.
Most locations require a rabies certificate for a license.