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DO YOU MICROCHIP PETS? Find the best microchipping program for you! LEARN MORE


One in Three Pets Will Go Missing In Its Lifetime.

Lifetime enrollment is ONLY $17.50 online. If your pet’s microchip was purchased with prepaid enrollment, enrollment is FREE. We charge no annual fees.

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DO YOU MICROCHIP PETS? Find the best microchipping program for you!


  • Enroll any brand of microchip
  • Lifetime enrollment
  • Only $17.50 with no annual fees or renewal fees or hidden fees
  • 24/7/365 protection and you can always speak to a live agent
  • Free account updates for as long as you own your pet
  • Annual reminders to make sure your pet’s information is up to date for speedy reunions
  • Private online records account portal to upload your pet’s picture, medical information and more!


A microchip is about the size of a grain of rice and is encoded with a unique ID number that will be assigned to your pet. No two microchips have the same ID number.

The microchip is placed between your dog’s or cat’s shoulder blades under a veterinarian’s supervision.

Implantation is quick, easy and virtually painless – similar to a vaccine injection – and can be performed during a regular veterinary check-up visit. Once implanted, the microchip does not have any personal information associated with it. The microchip must be enrolled to link to your pet’s profile and your contact information.

If you are a veterinarian and need microchips, you can see our products by clicking here.


A microchip is not a tracking device, just a unique ID number. To read the microchip, it is “turned on” for a few seconds at a time by a handheld microchip scanner that is passed over the area the microchip is implanted. Only the microchip ID number appears when the microchip is scanned, and then AKC Reunite is contacted to get your enrollment information linked to the ID number.

Veterinarians and shelters have these scanners and use them to help lost pets all of the time.

Veterinarians also check pet’s microchips during annual wellness exams to make sure all is working properly and secondly to start a conversation about whether or not your information is up to date on your pet’s microchip enrollment record.

If you are traveling outside of the United States with your pet, a microchip is required. Learn More


As a member of AAHA Pet Microchip Lookup, we enroll any brand of microchip! When you enroll your pet’s microchip, your pet’s ID is linked to your name, phone numbers, emergency contacts and other vital information in AKC Reunite’s database. When your lost pet is found, we can then immediately send you text messages, emails and begin contacting all the phone numbers on your pet’s record to reunite you as quickly as possible.

Also, if you ever need to update your pet’s information because of a move or new job, you can make updates to your pet’s enrollment online or by emailing us for no additional charge!



Make sure your pets stay safe in the event of an emergency with our “Pets Inside” Window Cling that will alert firefighters, police or neighbors to rescue your pets in a time of distress. Don’t leave your pets home without having impactful static clings affixed inside your window or glass door.


No enrollment required to purchase!

Traditional Microchip Companies
For Cats and Dogs - Actually All Pets!
XNo Annual Fees or Renewal Fees (Some)
XFree Account Updates (Limited)
X24/7 Online Account Access (Limited)
X24/7 Pet Emergency Team Phone Support (Limited)
XPremium Collar Tag with Pet Name
XAKC Reuniters! Network Membership
XLost Pet Alert Network(Some)
XGiving Back to the Pet Community
XTrusted Service Provider for Over 20 Years (Some)
XPet Poison Helpline™*


Call us at 800-252-7894 or click here to submit your inquiry.


AAHA provides an internet-based application that enables veterinarians, humane organizations, pet owners or other persons to search various Pet Recovery Service registries and identify those registries on which a particular microchip is registered. AAHA is not affiliated or involved with any specific microchip registry and has no relationship, financial or otherwise, with this Participating Pet Recovery Service Registry (“Registry”). This Registry has given AAHA permission to search the Registry’s database in order to assist pet owners in being reunited with their pets. AAHA does not maintain a database of microchips of its own. It only links to registries such as this one. The AAHA Universal Microchip Lookup Tool only searches the databases of companies that elect to participate in the program.