People with assistance and working dogs will also need to register their dog in person at their local council.
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.
The tool works by searching the databases of participating companies.
It is difficult to reunite owners with their lost pets if they have moved, gone on holiday or changed phone numbers and forgotten to update their details on the pet register.
Please keep your details up to date, and inform your register if your pet passes away.
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.
Learn more Even though your pet has been Micro Chipped you might want to have additional identification in the form of an engraved collar tag from AVID.
In fact you might not realise this, but by law a dog must wear a collar tag or similar identification when out in a public place.
Different services provided by the PETtrac Database service have been listed below for your convenience.