The number of registered
animals is growing every day
Published: Oct 25, 2019
WORLDPETNET is a global registry of marked animals for those owners of dogs, cats and other animals who want to ensure maximum safety for their pets.
As originators of this global registry, we promote electronic animal identification and work to raise awareness of the fact that a microchip alone is not enough to identify an animal. Being able to accurately identify a pet is important when it goes missing and helps combat animal homelessness, which has now become a global problem. This is only possible by registering all electronically marked animals in local or national databases, without which it is virtually impossible to identify a pet.
The overarching purpose of our proprietary solution is to integrate all national registries of electronically marked animals across the world. WORLDPETNET combines the registries of all partnered databases, allowing for quick searching and identification of pets and owners, regardless of where they live or went missing.
We will gladly work with any database maintaining a registry of microchipped animals, no matter the country! We impose no restrictions on accepted microchip number formats, manufacturers, animal species, breeds or pedigree – our goal is to integrate all information on electronically marked animals in one place. Our main goal is to collect data on electronically marked pets and combine them into uniform registries spanning the globe. This solution is our response to the needs of the modern world, where people and their pets migrate, move around and travel. Unity results in higher quality, power and effectiveness when it comes to guaranteeing safety, which is why every national database should join us today to improve their quality of service!
The registration process has been made very simple, short and intuitive. Creating a WORLDPETNET User Account takes only several minutes, after which you receive access to functionalities helpful when looking for a lost pet.
In addition, our platform offers information on animal breeding centres, veterinary clinics and local animal shelters, as well as enables users to post the contact information of such establishments in the WORLDPETNET catalogues.
We are steadfast in our conviction and believe that our platform holds great potential. We want you to know that you have made the right choice by choosing WORLDPETNET, which is why we diligently analyse and assess the needs and expectations of users regarding the functionalities offered by our platform. We welcome all feedback and suggestions as they help us improve the quality of our website.
All personal data are collected and stored in accordance with applicable law, and are never shared with unauthorised persons or entities. The communication between your PC and our server is encrypted using the SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protocol. The procedures we use ensure the highest levels of data security.
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