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Identibase Contact Number 0870 025 0414

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Identibase Contact Number 0870 025 0414

Need to call Identibase? Dial 0870 025 0414, please note all calls to this number will forward to the Identibase customer service team who will be more than happy to help with all enquiries.

Identibase is the original and still most modern national database, managing the details of over 5 million microchipped pets and their owners.

Identibase contains details of pets with many types of microchip and is the main database of choice for leading brands of microchips such as Identichip, Petcode, and Backhome with Locate.

Identifind is an enhanced reunification service for pets registered on identibase and offers invaluable assistance from our dedicated team 24/7, 365 days a year.

All dog owners in England, Wales and Scotland, must get their dogs microchipped to ensure they are compliant with the law.

The owner of an unchipped dog will be given 21 days to comply and failure to do so may result in a fine of up to £500.

It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that contact details for the dog/dogs are kept up to date to ensure a dog can be reunited with its owner in the event that it is lost or stolen.

For more info please contact Identibase on 0870 025 0414

 

DOG OWNERS: Identibase Contact Number 0870 025 0414

All dog owners in England, Wales and Scotland, must get their dogs microchipped to ensure they are compliant with the law.

The owner of an unchipped dog will be given 21 days to comply and failure to do so may result in a fine of up to £500.

It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that contact details for the dog/dogs are kept up to date to ensure a dog can be reunited with its owner in the event that it is lost or stolen.

  • It is compulsory for all dogs to be microchipped
  • Puppies must be microchipped by 8 weeks
  • Breeders will be responsible for microchipping and must be recorded as the first keeper
  • The recorded keepers (where the dog resides) MUST keep contact details up to date
What is a microchip?

A pet microchip is approximately the size of a grain of rice with a unique 15 digit number programmed into it. It is implanted quickly and easily into the scruff of your pets neck by a vet or trained professional. The microchip remains completely inactive until scanned when its unique number is transmitted to the scanner and displayed on the screen.

Identibase Contact Number: 0870 025 0414 for more help & advice regarding microchipping, change of ownership or even change of address.

Check and update your pet’s microchip details with Identibase

It’s vital that you keep your details up-to-date so that Petlog can contact you should the worst happen and your pet goes missing.

Microchipping notice: It is now a legal requirement for dogs to be microchipped and to be recorded in the current keeper’s contact details on a government-compliant database.

Contact Identibase on 0870 025 0414 for more details.

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Where can I get my pet microchipped?

You can have your pet microchipped at a Veterinary Practice, Welfare Organisation, Council or by a privately trained animal professional.

In order to receive all the benefits that Petlog offer you will need to ensure that your pet is microchipped with a Petlog microchip, so don’t forget to check this when booking your appointment to have your pet microchipped.

How does a microchip work?

Microchip scanners are routinely used by vets, charities, rescue centres and dog wardens all over the country when presented with a lost pet.

If a microchip is detected they will then contact the database the pet is registered on and, following security checks, your contact details will be released so that you can be contacted and reunited with your missing pet.

Is it Compulsory to have my Pet Microchipped?

UK and Ireland Timeline

England – The microchipping of dogs in England became compulsory on 6th April 2016.

Wales – The microchipping of dogs in Wales became compulsory on 6th April 2016.

Scotland – The microchipping of dogs in Scotland became compulsory on 6th April 2016.

Northern Ireland – Compulsory microchipping of dogs was introduced in April 2012 with all dogs held under an individual dog licence requiring a microchip.

The Republic of Ireland – Compulsory microchipping of dogs was introduced on a phased basis, beginning with puppies from September 2015 and to include dogs from March 2016.

 

Call 0870 025 0414 to:

  • To change your address with identibase
  • To update your details
  • To ask for advice

Whatever the reason you can speak to the identibase customer service team on 0870 025 0414. Please note all calls to this number will divert to the official phone number via our call forwarding service. The official number may be found in the public domain.

For a welfare organisation it is worth noting that it will be an offence to transfer keepership without the dog being microchipped and recorded on a database that is compliant with the new regulations, and fines of up to £500 could be issued. Unlike the other offences, no notice will be required.

For more info on microchipping please contact identibase on 0870 025 0414.

Breeders in England, Scotland and Wales must ensure puppies are microchipped and registered with an approved microchip database by the time the puppies are 8 weeks old (prior to going to the new owner).

  • The breeder must always be the first registered keeper on the database.
  • No breeder or dog owner may transfer a dog to a new owner until it has been microchipped, unless a certificate from a veterinary surgeon has been issued regarding the dog’s health. For more information on the veterinary certificate visit the FAQs page.
  • When a dog is transferred to a new owner, the new owner must, unless the breeder had already done so, record their contact details on an approved microchip database to ensure they comply with the law.
  • Breeders should make it as easy as possible for new owners to be able to access the microchip database to ensure their contact details are kept up to date.
  • All breeders must ensure that they can clearly identify that the microchipping paperwork matches the puppy being sold to the new owner.

Please call 0870 025 0414 for more info or write to the address below.

Identibase,
PO BOX 33,
YORK,
YO19 5YW
Email: admin@identibase.co.uk

 

Identibase Contact Number 0870 025 0374

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