The number of registered
animals is growing every day
Published: Oct 25, 2019
- Fill in the database registration form.
- It is necessary to provide all data for the platform to function correctly and enable fast and reliable animal identification. Providing accurate information not only makes it easier to find an animal's owner and speed up its return home, but also demonstrates professionalism on your part and helps promote your database. Please provide accurate data by filling in all the required fields, as well as those which are not obligatory.
- Attach a file containing a sample of your database's registry. This will enable us to verify if integrating your database with WORLDPETNET is technically feasible; use the NEXT button.
You can resend the file if you need to make changes to it.
If the data you provided is correct, complete the application process and wait until we contact you upon successful application verification.
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