Animal Tracker
Unit 3, Thorley Hall Stables
Church Lane, Bishops Stortford.
Herts. CM23 4BE.
Tel: 01279 219777
Email: info@animaltracker.co.uk

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Animal Tracker is a trading name of
PeddyMark Limited.

Animal Tracker registration for dogs.Animal Tracker registration for dogs

Found a Pet

If the pet has a collar tag with owner information, please contact them directly. 

If there is no collar tag, but you have access to a scanner and locate a microchip, please enter the number in the lookup tool below find out which database it is registered to.

Lookup a Microchip Number

If you have a microchip number and would like to lookup a record, please enter the microchip number below.

How do I find the microchip number?

For dogs:

If you do not know if the dog is microchipped you can visit your nearest Pets at Home (8-8pm, 7/7), vets or welfare organisation.  They will scan the dog and, if they locate a microchip, they can check which database it is registered to initiate the process of reuniting the animal with its owner. 

Alternatively you should contact the dog warden for your local authority. 

The Environment Protection Act 1990 states that the finder of a stray dog should either return the dog to its owner, or inform the officer of the local authority (dog warden service) and have it collected.  Environment Protection Act 1990.

Click here to find a contact number for your local authority

For cats:

Unlike dogs, there is currently no legislation obliging local authorities to deal with stray cats.  You can ask your neighbours if their cat is missing and contact vets and welfare organisations to report the animal.

If the animal is injured please take it to your local vets.