Updating pet microchip details Adult mobile video chat no registration
Again, the importance of regularly checking and updating your pet's microchip registry information cannot be overstated.A great many microchipped pets wind up in shelters and never make it back home to be reunited with their people after getting lost solely because nobody can track down and get in touch with the owners due to unregistered or out-of-date contact information!You can call your vet’s office or the shelter/rescue where you adopted your pet, they may well have it in their records.But it's even easier and faster to look up your pet’s microchip number on the AAHA Universal Pet Microchip Lookup site — you plug in the number, and the site will tell you if and with which registry the chip is registered (example below), when it was last updated, and provide the necessary information about how to get in touch to check and update your contact information.It's equally as important that you (1) your contact information in one (or multiple) of the pet microchip registries listed below, and (2) check regularly to ensure that your contact information is always up-to-date in case the worst happens.So, if you never registered your pet's microchip or if you're unsure if you did or whether or not your contact information is up-to-date, please read on.
Note that some registries are "universal" (can register any brand of microchip), while others are imited only to their brand of microchip.your pet's microchip isn't just important, it's also quick and easy.All you need is their microchip number and an internet-connected phone or computer(or a pen)! See "Step 1" in the "Checking & Updating Microchip Info" section above.Regardless of your chip’s frequency or where you got it, you can register with us.Many registries claim to be free, and often end up charging for updates and transfers. Create an Account About the size of a grain of rice, a microchip is implanted beneath your pet’s skin between the shoulder blades.