The number of registered
animals is growing every day
Published: Mar 8, 2021
You have entrusted us with the opportunity to represent you and your four-legged friend on the WORLDPETNET website, allowing us to share with you its long-awaited functionalities. This means you can directly register any microchipped pet with a global animal database. Previously, to add the data about your pet to WORLDPETNET, it was necessary to register it with a national database of animals that had links to WPN, an often time-consuming and complicated process. Now this is no longer required! You can quickly, easily and intuitively fill out the registration form, where you can include all the required information about your pet, link it to your account and so create your pet’s identity..
After logging into your USER PANEL, go to the MY PETS folder and click the REGISTER YOUR PET button or use the direct link below:
After registering with WORLDPETNET, anyone who is looking for the owner, regardless of the language they speak, is be able to get the information quickly. Thanks to all the functionalities you can ensure the full safety of your pet, as well as giving yourself peace of mind and extra time to spend with your four-legged friend.
All information about the one-time fee for registering your pet can be found in the price list.
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