Petlog – Managed by the Kennel Club

When your pet is microchipped with Pet-ID Microchips, it is registered onto Petlog, the UK’s largest microchip reunification database.

We’ve been working together to protect pets since 1999. We choose Petlog as our pet registration partner because it is, in our opinion, the most trustworthy and reliable database of microchipped pets in the UK and the only UK database to have achieved ISO27001 for Information Security Management.  Petlog is owned and run by The Kennel Club as a not-for-profit organisation and holds the details of nearly 8 million microchipped pets and their owners. Petlog is the database that the majority of organisations involved in animal welfare rely on and the only UK database to link to the European Pet Network.

Your best friend when a microchipped pet goes missing

As well as registering microchipped pets, Petlog also plays a part in reuniting missing pets with their owners. Petlog assists vets, the police and animal wardens with over 285,000 missing pet calls every year and operates its services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

When your missing Pet-ID microchipped pet is found, a quick scan and a call to Petlog will enable authorised users to obtain your contact details in minutes. Petlog gives you the best chance of being reunited with your pet.

Keep Your Petlog Details Updated

Always inform Petlog of changes to your contact details, so you can be contacted when your pet is found. To check your Petlog details are up to date or to update them, call 01296 336579 or visit

Petlog Premium

Our microchips come with basic Petlog registration. An enhanced service called Petlog Premium is a one-off payment for the life of your pet and offers several additional benefits:

  • Make unlimited amendments to your details at no additional cost
  • Add contact details of a friend or relative
  • Add temporary address and contact details when travelling abroad
  • Free Petlog Premium document wallet to keep your details safe
  • Downloadable lost pet poster template