Pet Microchip Registration & Ownership in Australia: Everything You Need to Know - Paws and More Vet (2023)

Getting your pet microchipped is one of the most important responsibilities you have as a pet owner. Knowing your responsibilities as a pet owner when it comes to microchipping is an important part of responsible pet care.

When your pet is microchipped, you still need to have your pet registered on a pet registry, which is separate from registering with your local council. Most of the time, your vet clinic will register your pet’s microchip when it’s implanted and provide you with the registration certificate.

If you own a pet or are looking to get one, you need to know your responsibilities when it comes to microchipping your dog or cat. If you’re ready to learn about microchip registration and transfers, continue reading below.

Do I Have to Register a Microchip for Pets?

Once your pet is microchipped, the microchip number will need to be registered on an animal registry. In Australia, your veterinary clinic will typically register your pet’s microchip when the procedure is performed.

If this is your first time owning a pet, this is an important step not to forget. Once you pay for your pet to be microchipped, you still need to ensure that the microchip number is registered.

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Once your cat or dog’s microchip is registered with a database, your pet’s microchip number will be connected with your personal details in that registry. Now any time your pet is lost and the microchip is scanned, vets and animal shelters can check the microchip number and contact you to reunite you with your pet.

Is Microchip Registration the Same as Council Registration?

No, microchip registration puts your pet’s information into the microchip database, while council registration only registers your pet at your local Council.

Microchip registrations are an essential part of microchipping your pet, since it connects the microchip number to your contact details. On the other hand, council registration will usually be required for residents who own pets to ensure that it is kept safe in the community. Since councils only have a local database, you will have to re-register your pets whenever you move to a different location.

How Do You Register a Pet Microchip in Australia?

Your veterinary clinic will usually register your pet’s microchip when it’s implanted. Always confirm with your vet that your cat or dog’s microchip is fully registered. There are various registries in Australia where you can register your pet’s microchip — such as the Central Animal Records (CAR) and Petsafe.

Below are some of the primary registries and instructions on registering a microchip:

  • Central Animal Records (CAR) – Owners can register new microchips conveniently through the VetDB mobile app. The collaboration has removed the need for filling forms or manual data entry. After a few taps in the app, owners can receive confirmation of the pet microchip registration almost instantaneously. The app also allows owners to scan the microchip of lost pets and identify where it is registered.
  • Australasian Animal Registry (AAR) – As of 08 July 2022, current regulations in Victoria prohibit new registrations completed online. Residents of VIC will have to download and accomplish the New Registration Form and submit it to the AAR for processing. For those living in states and territories outside of VIC, you can register online through this link. You can seek assistance by contacting the AAR directly at 02 9704 1450.
  • Petsafe – Owners can head on to the Petsafe website and select ‘Register Your Pet’ at the top row. This will bring them to the webpage with the option of registering a pet for the first time, amending current registration and print certificates, and changing ownership. When registering a pet microchip for the first time, the owner will be redirected to the ‘New Member Entry’ web page, where you can input the details.
  • Global Micro Registry – New owners should go to the Global Micro Registry’s website and select the ‘Register Now’ button. They will be redirected to the pet microchip number entry page. The number will be run through their database, and if it’s not yet registered, the owner will be allowed to create an account and register their pet.
  • Home Safe ID – New pet owners can head to the website and select ‘Forms’ at the top row. For owners whose pets’ microchips do not exist on any registry, they can select the ‘New Registration Application’ where they can fill in their details. On the other hand, those still in contact with the registered breeder or owner can add their mobile number to the existing record or have the breeder or previous owner send the new owner a security code to access the website and update the owner details.

How Do I Get My Pet’s Microchip Registration Certificate?

Typically, you’ll receive a free microchip registration certificate when your pet is microchipped and their microchip is registered. If you’ve misplaced or lost your pet’s microchip certificate, you can download a new copy on the registry website.

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You may need your pet’s microchip certificate for local council registration, when taking your dog or cat to a new vet, or when applying for a rental property.

Here is a step-by-step guide to get a copy of your pet’s microchip registration certificate:

  1. Identify your pet’s microchip number. This unique number can be found on your copy of the microchip paperwork. Contact the microchip provider for assistance if you do not have the paperwork.
  2. Input the microchip number at to know which registry your pet is registered with.
  3. Head to the registry’s website and log in with your owner credentials. Depending on the registry, an option to download a copy of the registration certificate will be found somewhere on the website.

How Can I Check My Pet’s Microchip Details Are Up To Date?

To review or check the recency of your pet’s microchip details, head to the registry website where your pet’s microchip is registered and log in.

If you’re unsure which registry your pet belongs to, your veterinarian can have your pet’s microchip scanned by your veterinarian or check it through its microchip paperwork and look it up at The owner and pet details are usually found within the user dashboard after logging in. Registries generally allow owners to update their profiles within the website.

How to Change Your Pet’s Microchip Details

Below are the RSPCA’s steps on changing pet microchip contact details:

  1. Identify your pet’s microchip number. You can find this in the microchip paperwork or have a veterinarian scan it. If you need further assistance, you can contact your local council, animal welfare shelter, or veterinarian.
  2. Head to to find which registry your pet is registered with.
  3. Log in on the registry website to check current details
  4. Follow the registry instructions to update the details

Learn how to update your pet’s microchip details on each animal registry below.

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How to Update Pet Microchip Information on Central Animal Records

There are three ways to update information on CAR:

  1. Online
    1. Using credentials on CAR, log in through the website or the My Pet App on your mobile.
    2. After logging in, head to the ‘Profile’ to edit your information
  2. Phone
    1. Call CAR through 03 9706 3187
    2. The CAR representative will verify your identity by asking for your full name and address. During the call, your pet’s microchip number should be ready. This method allows you to update every detail except your name (unless it was a clerical error).
  3. Email
    1. Send an email to CAR via
    2. You will need to confirm your identity by providing your full name and address that is listed in their system. Your pet’s microchip number should be included in the subject or body of the email. This method allows you to update every detail except your name (unless it was a clerical error).

How to Update Pet Microchip Information on AAR

  1. Head to the Australasian Animal Registry’s website
  2. Scroll down and select ‘Update your pets registration details’
  3. You will be redirected to a landing page where pet owners’ guidance is shown, including an alternative option for those unable to update records online. You can find a link in the body of the text that reads ‘update registration details’.
  4. Once clicked, it will send you to a web page where you will ask for the microchip number, the owner’s surname, and password.
  5. Filling these details will redirect the owner to the web page where the details can be updated.

How to Update Pet Microchip Information on Petsafe

  1. Head to the Petsafe website, and click ‘Register A Pet’ at the top row
  2. You will then be redirected to a web page where you can amend your registration and print certificates. Select ‘Amend Registration & Print Certificates. Click Here’.
  3. It will send you to the login page where you must input your Member ID and Password.
  4. After logging in, you can update your details on Petsafe.

How to Change Pet Microchip Ownership

It is important to change the pet microchip ownership after a sale or adoption has taken place, this ensures that the pet can be traced to its new owner if it’s lost.

To change the ownership of your pet’s microchip information, follow these steps:

  1. Identify your pet’s microchip number. You can find this in the microchip paperwork or have a veterinarian scan it. If you need further assistance, you can contact your local council, animal welfare shelter, or veterinarian.
  2. Head to to find which registry your pet is registered with.
  3. Log in on the registry website and follow the registry instructions to update the details.

How to Update Pet Microchip Ownership on Central Animal Records

  1. Head to the CAR website, and select ‘Transfer a Pet’.
  2. On the next webpage, you will be given two options: create an account and transfer ownership, or sign in with your account and transfer ownership. Choose whichever fits your situation.
    1. An option to download the Change of Ownership Form is also shown on the same webpage. Through this option, signatures of both previous and new owners should be affixed after accomplishing the form and sent to the CAR for processing.
  3. After selecting an option, you will be redirected to a webpage where you can fill in your login credentials.
  4. After logging in, you will be sent to your user profile to commence the change of ownership.

How to Update Pet Microchip Ownership on AAR

You can update your pet microchip ownership information through AAR either digitally or using physical form submission.

  1. Online
    1. Head to the Australasian Animal Registry’s website
    2. Scroll down and select ‘Change of ownership’
    3. You will be sent to a webpage with a link to commence an online change of ownership, click the link to continue.
    4. You will be sent to a new webpage with five different selections; individual owners, rescue agencies, vets, councils, and breeders.
    5. After clicking any of these buttons, you will be sent to a webpage asking you to input your pet’s microchip number.
    6. After you input the number, select ‘Add Request’.
  2. Paper-Based
    1. Head to the Australasian Animal Registry’s website
    2. Scroll down and select ‘Change of ownership’
    3. You will be sent to a webpage with instructions on changing ownership through a paper document. Download the Change of Ownership Form.
    4. After accomplishing the form, send it to the AAR for processing.

How to Update Pet Microchip Ownership on Petsafe

  1. Head to the Petsafe website, and click ‘Register A Pet’ at the top row
  2. You will then be redirected to a web page where you can see guidance on the change of ownership.
  3. To change ownership, you must notify Petsafe in writing with the signature of both the previous and new owner of the pet. The postal address where the letter should be sent is shown on the website.

What Determines Legal Pet Ownership in Australia?

The Family Law Act determines legal pet ownership in Australia. Since pets are not (yet) distinguished differently from property, they are legally treated the same way a family property would be – like a house or car.

This is one reason why pet microchipping is so important. As the microchip details should be kept as up-to-date as possible, the information associated with your pet’s microchip is often a huge component of determining legal ownership.

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This is important to know for couples who live with a pet together. When these couples decide to part ways, pets are treated as property instead of being treated like human children. As a responsible pet owner, it’s important to know how legal ownership is determined when it comes to pets to give you the greatest chance of keeping custody of your pet.

There are several ways to reduce friction when deciding who gets to keep the pet; among these are ensuring that the pet is legally registered in a person’s name, ensuring that the person has reasonably contributed to the purchase price of the pet, or having the person own the insurance policy under their name.

A legal alternative is called the “pup-nup” — an informal co-parenting agreement or a binding financial agreement between persons for the pet. Some couples choose to pre-determine their financial position at separation through a Binding Financial Agreement (BFA), which outlines exactly what happens to assets during separation (including the pet).

Does a Microchip Prove Pet Ownership?

Yes, if your pet has been stolen and recovered, one key, consistent way to prove ownership is through the microchip since it isn’t uncommon for people to falsely claim that a pet is theirs.

Related Questions

What Should I Do if My Pet Is Stolen?

If you think your pet has been stolen, your initial response should be to report the theft to the police. In addition, it is also advisable to notify your pet’s microchip registry to allow them to immediately flag your pet as stolen.

Doing so will alert authorities whenever your pet’s microchip is scanned. You could take further action by notifying your local veterinarians and shelters too, since there is a chance that your pet may be taken to any one of them.

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Do Vets Automatically Check Pets for Microchips?

Yes, vets will typically check for microchips when seeing a pet to ensure that they are microchipped, as it’s a legal requirement across most states in Australia. Checking for microchips is standard practice for any new animal introduced as a veterinary client.


This article is published in good faith, for general informational and educational purposes only. Paws and More Vet Centre does not make any warranties about the ongoing completeness and reliability of this information. This article should not be used as a substitute for veterinary advice, including for diagnosis or treatment of a pet’s medical condition. Always consult a veterinary professional before making decisions on your pet’s health.


How do I register my dogs microchip in Australia? ›

Registry requirements
  1. 24 hour access must be provided so individual animals can be reunited with their owners.
  2. Details of microchip and prescribed identifying information must be placed on the registry within 4 days of receipt — provided all information is received from the authorised implanter and required fee is paid.
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How do I check my dog's microchip details Australia? ›

How do you check your pet's microchip details? Check to make sure your pet's chip is registered on one of the microchip registration databases in Australia. Then follow the link on PetAddress to the microchip registry to view your contact details.

Where is the best place to register my pets microchip? ›

Four Places to Register Your Pet's Microchip for Free
  • Pethealth. Pethealth purchased Michelson Found Animals' microchip registry and launched a new registration portal called 24PetWatch.
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  • SmartTag.
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What pet microchips are used in Australia? ›

In Australia implanters are required to implant only ISO FDX-B microchips. This ensures lost animals can easily be identified when scanned. As the name suggests ISO FDX-B microchips are manufactured to the specifications set by ISO 11784 and ISO 11785.

Which microchip registry is best in Australia? ›

Since its inception, Central Animal Records has worked closely with Local and State Governments and their affiliates, animal welfare organisations, the pet industry, practising veterinarians and the Australian Veterinary Association, to become and continue to be, one of the leading microchip pet microchip registries in ...

How much does a microchip cost Australia? ›

How much does it cost to have your pet permanently identified with a microchip? The average cost of pet microchipping in Australia is between $60 and $80.

How do I check a microchip number Australia? ›

Where do I find my pet's microchip number? Unless you have your pet's microchip number on file, it can only be obtained by having your pet scanned at a veterinary clinic with a microchip scanner.

Can my phone read pet microchip? ›

Unfortunately, no. A smart phone can not and will not ever be able to read a pet's microchip.

Can you GPS track a dog with a microchip? ›

Although pet microchips can reunite you with your lost pet, they can't actually be used to track your pet when they are lost. You cannot GPS track your pet with a microchip. Pet microchips are used to identify your pets when scanned at a pet shelter or vet so they can be reunited with their owners.

Do pet microchips expire? ›

No. Once inserted, microchips never expire. Every chip comes in packaging with an expiration date, but that only tells the shelter or clinic how long the package will remain sterile. If the chip is planted before that date, it will stay safe and sterile.

Which microchip company is best? ›

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Is there a national database for pet microchip? ›

AAHA's Universal Pet Microchip Lookup Tool is linked to the registries of the majority of microchip manufacturers and allows a quick database search of any microchip made by these manufacturers.

What are the new microchip laws in Australia? ›

In NSW, all cats and dogs, other than exempt cats and dogs, must be microchipped by 12 weeks of age or before being sold or given away, whichever happens first. If you buy a cat or dog in NSW that is not microchipped, you should report this to a local council for investigation and further action, if appropriate.

Is microchipping mandatory in Australia? ›

Compulsory microchipping

All cats and dogs being registered with a Victorian local council for the first time must be microchipped before registration. You can be fined if you do not comply. Councils also have the power to require compulsory microchipping of all cats and dogs housed in their municipality.

Do pet microchips work internationally? ›

Most commonly within the US microchips are AVID and contain either 9 or 10 numbers. However, these chips are not ISO compatible due to their encryption. Therefore, before a pet can travel internationally, they must be equipped with a 15-digit ISO compatible microchip, which is the world standard.

What country makes the most advanced microchips? ›

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  • United States. ...
  • China.

Who makes the most advanced microchips in the world? ›

All of the chips that go into the world's most advanced computers are made by a single company - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. And TSMC cannot produce these advanced chips without a stunningly complex machine that only one other company, ASML of the Netherlands, can make.

How do I transfer ownership of a microchip in Australia? ›

How to transfer
  1. Select the 'Transfer online' button.
  2. Log in to your NSW Pet Registry account.
  3. Select 'My Pets' to see a list of the pets you own, then select the 'Transfer' text for the relevant pet.
  4. Enter the details of the new owner, then select 'Transfer' again.
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How many years does a microchip last? ›

How long do microchips last? Microchips are designed to work for 25 years.

How much is a pet microchip in USA? ›

Microchipping is relatively affordable, with an average cost of $25 to $60. This includes the cost of the chip, the implantation procedure and online registration to list your contact information in a pet recovery database.

What is the lifespan of a microchip? ›

Microchips should last for the lifespan of your pet, but you'll need to keep the registration updated, if you change your phone number or address.

What if my dog has a microchip but not registered? ›

If the microchip is not registered, ask who implanted the chip. They will give you the name of the vet or shelter who microchipped the pet and you can call them and try to contact the owner. (Here is a useful and comprehensive list of microchip formats.)

Can a vet change microchip details? ›

They will also be able to change or update your pet's microchip details – just tell them your pet's 15-digit microchip number and your Petlog ID number (you can find both of these on your printed certificate which is given to you after we give your pet their microchip).

Who has access to microchip details? ›

A microchip is a simple and safe way of permanently identifying a dog. This type of identification is not visible on the outside and can usually only be accessed by professionals who work with animals.

How can you tell if a pet is microchipped? ›

To find out whether your dog is microchipped, or to find out the microchip number, take them along to your local vet and have them scanned. Once you have the microchip number, you can use a chip checker online to find out who they're registered with.

Can you feel a microchip in a dog? ›

Microchips are tiny and approximately the same size of a grain of rice. This makes them hard to see and feel in most dogs. Sometimes you can feel a microchip in toy-sized dogs due to their size. If you do, it will feel like a tiny lump under the skin.

Are dog chips RFID or NFC? ›

Pet microchips are a simple and safe technology

Microchips are biocompatible, cause little to no reaction in the body, and contain basic radio frequency identification technology (RFID). The microchip is a passive device, activated only by a microchip scanner operating on the same frequency.

What is the smallest GPS tracker? ›

Answer: The smallest GPS tracker on the market is the Mirco Hornet. The tiny GPS tracker developed by Origin GPS weighs only 2.5 gm.

How does Airtag work for dogs? ›

How do AirTags work? AirTags work by relying on the massive number of iPhones out there. That's because, unlike purpose-made dog location trackers like PitPat GPS, AirTags do not have their own GPS receiver. They don't even have their own connection to a mobile phone network.

How far can a dog tracking device be tracked? ›

A pet GPS tracker's communication range can be limited to a couple of miles or it may only be limited by the availability of networks it relies on for data transfer. Coverage is the geographical area within which a pet GPS tracker can work.

What happens to microchip when pet dies? ›

When your pet passes away and you choose cremation for processing their remains, the microchip will remain in their bodies throughout the process and be incinerated during the cremation.

Can a dog have 2 microchips? ›

If you know your pet has more than one microchip implanted, make sure you keep the database information updated for each microchip. People don't routinely assume there's more than one microchip (because it is very uncommon), so they will try to find the owner based on the registry number of the microchip they detect.

Can a magnet erase a pet microchip? ›

No it cannot. There is nothing in the chip related to what a magnet would affect.

How does pet chip registry work? ›

How microchipping works. A tiny microchip is quickly and simply inserted under your pet's skin, or in the neck for horses. This gives your pet their own unique code. The microchip can be scanned and matched to the owner's contact details, which are kept on a national database, such as PetLog.

What is the 900 microchip number? ›

Microchips that start with 900 share a “code” with overseas or unreachable manufacturers. Many of these microchips are sold by vet supply stores and on Amazon and will have no information on who bought the microchip. Get your pet scanned at your vet.

Is Free pet chip Registry legitimate? ›

Anyone can obtain the microchip ID of another person's pet and register it with a free registry as a way to claim potential ownership over another person's pet. Fortunately, seasoned pet care professionals know to skip over them. Free Registries do not retain the enrollment data definitively.

What frequency are pet microchips Australia? ›

The ISO standard microchip has a 15-digit identification number and a radio frequency of 134.2 kHz. Most countries in the EU and several non-EU countries require pets to have an ISO compatible microchip.

When did microchipping pets start in Australia? ›

From 1 November 2013, dogs must be microchipped when they are registered for the first time or when a change of ownership occurs. By 30 November 2013 all dangerous dogs, which includes restricted breeds, and commercial security dogs, must be microchipped. By 1 November 2015, all dogs must be microchipped.

What is a chip in Australia? ›

Definition. In Australia, chips can refer to 'hot' chips; fried strips of potato. Chips also refer to what are known in other countries as crisps.

Why can't you bring pets to Australia? ›

You can only bring your cat or dog into Australia under strict import conditions. These safeguard our agriculture, environment, native and domestic animals, and our people. They are based on rigorous scientific analyses to manage biosecurity risks.

Is microchipping mandatory in USA? ›

Laws passed in California, Maryland, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Wisconsin and Utah prohibit the required implantation of a microchip in any person, not just employees.

Can the US make microchips? ›

In 1990, the U.S. made 37 percent of the world's chips. Thirty years later, that number has cratered to 12 percent. While the country might design some of the most advanced chips in the world, almost all the manufacturing takes place in foreign countries.

Where does the US import microchips from? ›

Taiwan today manufactures most of the world's microchips, which are in practically everything: cars, coffee makers, combine harvesters.

How do I know if my pet microchip is ISO compliant? ›

Look to length – if the microchip number is less than 15 digits, the microchip is not ISO standard, so go ahead and re-chip away.

How do I register my dog in Australia? ›

To register your dog or cat through the NSW Pet Registry, you need:
  1. a NSW Pet Registry account/owner profile.
  2. your email address.
  3. your personal details.
  4. one proof of identity document: Australian driver licence. Australian passport. Medicare card.
  5. the pet's microchip number.
  6. your payment.
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How do I import my pet into Australia? ›

Import conditions

You must import your cat or dog directly from an approved country. The conditions your cat or dog must meet can vary depending on the approved country. Your cat or dog must also undergo veterinary preparations and certification in the approved country before you import them to Australia.

How much is pet permit in Australia? ›

Import permit fees – costs around $480 (AUD) for one dog and $240 (AUD) for additional dogs. Quarantine fees – costs around $2,200 per dog (AUD) Government endorsements – varies depending on home country.

How can I bring my dog from Australia to USA? ›

For pets travelling to USA from Australia, you will need a health certificate. Annual vaccinations and valid rabies vaccinations are recommended.

Do you need a dog license in Australia? ›

It's a legal requirement under the Domestic Animals Act 1994 for every dog and cat over three months of age to be registered. This should be done as soon as they reach 3 months of age or you get a new pet.

Does microchipping show ownership? ›

A: When an animal is found and taken to a shelter or veterinary clinic, one of the first things they do is scan the animal for a microchip. If they find a microchip, and if the microchip registry has accurate information, they can quickly find the animal's owner.

What happens if microchip is not registered? ›

A microchip does NOT store any of your information.

For the microchip to work, it needs to be registered in an online registry. Without registration, the microchip is useless, just as your social security number would be meaningless unless it correlated back to your name in a database.

What happens to microchip when dog dies? ›

When your pet passes away and you choose cremation for processing their remains, the microchip will remain in their bodies throughout the process and be incinerated during the cremation.

Can an American move to Australia? ›

If you move to Australia from the USA or another country and want to stay long-term or permanently, there are ways to apply for permanent residency. With a permanent residency visa, you can live, work, and study in Australia without any restrictions. You are still a citizen of your country of origin.

Are pets allowed in international flights to Australia? ›

Things to consider. Pets originating from Australia must be booked through a pet travel specialist. Pets arriving in Australia must travel on a direct flight into MEL (unless originating from NZ or Norfolk Island), please contact us for further advice.

Can I fly with my pet Australia? ›

Travelling in Australia with your dog or cat is simple; if you are flying with your pet, you can check your pet in as excess baggage. Customers in Australia will need to enlist a pet relocation agent for domestic travel only if they are not travelling on the same flight as their pet dog or cat.


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