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- For pet and exotic pet owners
- Suggestions for breeders, club and kennel managers
- Offers for zoos
- Offer for livestock breeders
- Suggestions for veterinarians
- Transponder Implant Guide
- About registration
- Ways of payment
Appeal to pet owners!
All pets have special veterinary passport, which entered all the information regarding immunizations and other preventive measures. However, not everyone knows that there is a modern analogue of the usual passport, namely - the electronic identification of animals. Chipping animals is widespread throughout the world. The idea of equipping pet electronic chips has a twenty-year history. In all European countries chipping of animals is routine procedure, such as vaccination against rabies. Clubs and breeders of pedigreed dogs and cats use microchips to ensure the thoroughbred breeding.
What exactly is this technique?
Chipping of dogs, cats and other pets, including the exotic is follows: pet is getting syringe injection, which resulted in his body ingested a microchip with identification number and remains with the animal throughout its life. Microchip itself contains only digital information. The microchip has a 15 digit code, where the first 3 digits - digit code of the country, the following 4 numbers - the manufacturer's code, and the next 8 - an individual animal code. Chips that you buy from us, in accordance with ISO 11784 and ISO 11785, the first three digits of the chip 398 - digit code of the Republic of Kazakhstan, so that crossing the border, just to be clear of animal origin.
To provide the chip all the data about you and your pet (breed, name, special signs of animal, name and address of owner, etc.) you must register the microchip in the first National database of electronic identification of animals of Kazakhstan.
Subsequently, if necessary, the data will be available to you on the site AnimalID.kz online access around the clock.
Identification of animals by chipping has several advantages:
- The procedure is almost painless for the animal. (Unlike branding, chipping pet feel like a normal injection).
- No need to repeat the procedure. (Thanks to a coating of biocompatible glass microchip is not rejected by the body the animal, it does not cause discomfort and do not migrate).
- Providing a lifetime of electronic identification, reducing the risk of loss or substitution of an animal (this is especially true for owners of show dogs and cats with a rich pedigree).
- Simplification of customs control while traveling in EU countries (in 2004, all pet owners who plan to attend the EU must equip pet by microchip) and other foreign countries – USA, UAE, Australia, Canada, Japan and more others.
Chipping of animals helps the owner to insure against loss of a true friend. There is nothing worse than unsuccessful search for the lost cat or dog, but due to chipping the animal back to you as soon as possible, because each veterinarian and animal control stations have special scanners that allow finding all the information about the animal. So there is no doubt - take care of your pet in advance.
Over the past few years, along with chipping pets, electronic identification was massively used in animal husbandry. Livestock microchipping provides an individual approach and strict control of livestock and disease control.
Today's progressive zoos use microchips for identification and registration of their animals as well as chipping of wild animals for the control of migration and population in the wild.
Spend a painless procedure and register microchip in our database, and your pet will always be with you!
Pet and exotic pet owners!
The microchip is the "electronic passport" confirming the uniqueness of your pet and allows you to accurately identify it. Chipping of dogs and cats is very simple and necessary procedure. Along with common domestic animals, many people now keep exotic animals as pets - ferrets, skunks, rabbits, parrots, exotic birds, snakes, fish and other representatives of domesticated animals. These animals need to be chipping in order to avoid loss, theft or substitution of a beautiful and no doubt expensive representative of the animal world. Also chipping Exotic animals are regulated by the rules of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, Endangered CITES, according to which the number of chips needed for the registration permit for the maintenance, removal or importation of exotic animals.
We are doing everything we can to process electronic identification of animals was a simple, available and effective.
Deciding chipping your pet, you should take the following steps:
- Consult your local veterinarian involved in microchipping animals. To find it you can use our service search veterinarian.
- Register the microchip in our database, using service registration of microchip.
If you cannot find a vet that works with you, buy a microchip in our online store and chipping animals by yourself! All the instructions you receive by reading the relevant sections of our site. On the remaining issues we will respond individually.
In insurance, crossing the border, visiting the vet, Lost and Found animals, and in all situations that require the identification of your animal, use the service search the owner of the microchip. The information contained in the first national database electronic identification of animals of Georgia, available around the clock online access, and allows you to confirm your ownership rights, thus protecting your pets from the substitution.
We supply microchips imported from Europe and the USA, suitable for both dogs and cats, and all exotic animals, including birds, fish and reptiles, and guaranteed universal scanners read all over the world.
If you have lost your pet, please contact us or fill in the data of the lost animal in the animal section of lost animals. Our system will immediately transmit the information to the veterinary clinic, equipped with scanners and to animals control station. Once an animal is found, you will be contacted immediately.
Microchips can also be useful if you live in a private home and your animals walk on their own. There are devices that use microchips for identification of animals. For example, a door with built-in scanner, leaking into the house only to their cats or dogs!
Give your pets the electronic passport!
Offer for breeders, club and nursery managers.
Electronic animal identification is a prerequisite for serious work on the breeding of purebred animals. Without it is impossible to provide a thoroughbred breeding and prove the correctness of records on pedigree. Availability of registration in a national database of electronic identification can submit the registration record as proof of identity animal. It is a guarantee against substitution, used at border crossings, insurance, vet visits and record keeping of animal health.
For mass chipping animals we go to clubs, collected from 50 animals in one day. If you already have a club chipping animals, and you have a database of their owners, we will put your information into our database for a reduced price. Of course, the members of your club may register individually.
We supply the owners of clubs and nurseries microchips and scanners at discount prices. To get the discount you must be registered in our database of veterinarians. In this case, your information will be available to visitors of our site who are interested in chipping in your area. The presence of the scanner is useful for holding exhibitions and breeding in order to exact identification of the animal and preventing its replacement.
For chipping a large number of animals can instead buy syringes with disposable needles Implanter. This is a professional tool, easy to use microchips in a large number of animals.
Chipping is a simple procedure and will improve the image of your kennel, and, consequently, increase your competitiveness.
You can use this link to our site and get our free online support. All microchips purchased from us registered in our database for free.
Suggestions for zoos!
Chipping - is coming in time easy to use, painless and safe method of identification of animals that exist in the world for over twenty years. Chipping of wild and zoo animals is relatively not long ago, but most progressive and modern zoos are actively chipping their animals and make information about them in the database of electronic animal identification.
Microchipping, today, meets all the requirements of identification of animals - the impossibility of falsification, a guarantee preservation of numbers throughout the life of the animal, the impossibility of loss and fraud numbers, almost complete absence of pain and speed when performing the procedure.
Chipping allows zoos to obtain savings, which is:
• The lack of need for re-identification (for example, in the case of an ear tag);
• The exclusion of errors in the individual approach - care, feeding, etc.;
• The impossibility of substitution and theft of animals;
• keep a record for breeding and inbreeding control;
• To facilitate trade and exchange with other zoos;
• The formation of the collection and accessibility of information on developments in other zoos for breeding
The method of subcutaneous implantation of microchips used in all kinds of animals: from fish and reptiles to birds, large carnivores and ungulates.
Chipping allows zoos get the overall control of animals, especially in the case of pedigree animals, and clearly monitor the health of animals. Electronic tagging of animals provides an individual approach to each animal at the zoo. Recognizing animals, identified by microchip, we can effectively and quickly to select patients in need of treatment, consider the weight and productivity enable individualized diet and treatment, to ensure thoroughbred breeding.
Scanners chip specifically designed to work with wild animals and zoos are equipped with extension rod antenna, and easy to work in the cages. Collected their data quickly and easily transferred from the scanner into the computer.Connecting the scanner to the computer automates the management of animal health records in electronic form, facilitates and organizes records in veterinary medicine.
In order to apply in your zoo advanced identification technology, to develop and create a local database for individual control and accounting, as well as register your animals in our database of electronic identification, you need to contact us and get all the information about the equipment that you need to work. In the case of purchase of microchips in our store details about your animal will be placed in our database for free.
To work with us and receive discounts in our store, you will need to register in our database of veterinarians.
Zoos are invited to actively use microchips in practice!
Offer for livestock breeders! Chipping of farm animals.
Microchipping (electronic tagging) of farm animals is a modern technology for electronic identification. Various methods of animal labeling, which have been used in practice for many years, have proven that animal identification is necessary. However, only chipping meets all the requirements - the impossibility of falsification, the guarantee of maintaining the number throughout the life of the animal, the impossibility of losing and falsifying the number, almost complete painlessness, and efficiency during the procedure.
Microchipping allows livestock breeders to generate savings that include:
• in the absence of the need for re-identification,
• elimination of mistakes in an individual approach - treatment, feeding, etc.,
• impossibility of substitution and theft of animals.
Microchipping can be applied to all types of farm animals, different sex and age groups, both newborns and adults, regardless of their body weight, and can be carried out at any time of the year. It is a simple and painless procedure that does not require anesthesia, no more complicated than the procedure for vaccinating animals.
The electronic tagging system consists of three parts:
- Microchip or ear tag with microchip
- Scanning device (scanner)
Chipping allows farms to keep a 100% livestock record, especially in the case of breeding animals, as well as closely monitor the health of the herd. Electronic tagging of animals in agriculture provides an individual approach to each animal in the herd. By recognizing animals identified using microchips, it is possible to select effectively and quickly sick and in need of treatment of animals, consider weight and productivity, apply an individual diet and treatment, and ensure purebred breeding.
There are several possibilities for chipping for farm animals:
- The method of subcutaneous implantation of microchips is used on all types of animals, on cattle, sheep, pigs, deer, fish, and any others. A microchip in a biocompatible glass capsule, which differs from a smaller microchip only in the size of the inductor, which makes practical sense (increasing the reading distance). Let us compare: if for a microchip for small pets, the reading distance is, depending on the type of scanner, 12-20 cm, then for a microchip for farm animals - up to 45 cm. The principle of introducing a microchip into the body of farm animals is like the principle for pets. This identification method is used for cattle and small ruminants (sheep, goats) and pigs: a microchip is inserted either into the base of the ear (pigs, sheep, goats), or under the shield-like cartilage inside the ear (cattle), or implanted according to the scheme:
Scheme of microchip injection in different animals
Subcutaneously. The lower third of the neck is on the right.
The upper part of the neck is behind the ear.
In the middle of the neck, under the mane, perpendicular to the lateral plane of the animal.
The microchip has a 15-digit digital code. Where the first 3 digits are the digital country code, the next 4 digits are the manufacturer's code, and the next 8 are the individual code of the animal. The chips that you purchase from us comply with the ISO 11784 and ISO 11785 standards, the first three digits of the 398 chips are the digital code of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The code entered the microchip's memory is, in fact, the animal's "life-long passport", since the information is not erased, and it is impossible to reprogram such a code.
The chipping procedure is extremely simple. It is a standard subcutaneous injection that does not require anesthesia as it does not cause any pain to the animal. Before the procedure, the veterinarian examines the animal and confirms the integrity of the chip. Then the implantation site is treated with a disinfectant. Then, using a special syringe, the microchip is injected into the animal's body (subcutaneously or intramuscularly, depending on which animal is undergoing the procedure).
After that, information about the animal and its owner is entered into the database.
- For tagging livestock, ear tags containing a microchip are often used. These tags carry a number used for quick visual identification. This method is the most simple and intuitive. Chipping tags are programmable, each tag has read-write chips that can be encoded at the client's request with a 15-digit identification number in accordance with ISO 11784/85, and electronic, each tag has an individual identification number (15-digit) in accordance with ISO 11784/85. All tags are equipped with a tamper switch. The tag attachment rod is resistant to stretching, tearing, and cutting. The streamlined and small size of the tag helps to avoid clinging to ropes, power wires, fences. The tagging method is suitable for all types of farm animals and is extremely easy to use.
After the animal has been injected with the chip, either by subcutaneous injection, or by using ear tags with a microchip, that is, identification has been made, a scanner is used to further read the information.
The chip scanners, specially designed for work with farm animals, are equipped with an extension antenna-rod and are easy to use, both in the stall and on the pasture. The data collected by them is easily and quickly transferred from the scanner to the computer.
The principle of information transmission is as follows: a scanning device (scanner) placed at a sufficient distance activates the induction coil using an electromagnetic signal, and the coil, in turn, transmits a digital code to the scanner. Reading distance from 12 to 45 cm, depending on the power of the scanner and the size of the microchip. The code is displayed on the display of the scanner and, depending on the type of scanner, is either entered the memory of the scanner and then can be transmitted to the server, or entered the database from the display of the scanner manually.
When driving livestock through gates equipped with stationary scanners, it is possible to transfer microchip numbers to the farm's computer database to keep track of the number of animals, places of their keeping, weight, and other information. Computer-controlled electric gates automatically guide the right animals along special, individual routes, forming groups for treatment, vaccination, and slaughter.
Connecting the scanner to a computer automates electronic animal health records, facilitates, and systematizes veterinary records.
State-of-the-art slaughterhouses equipped with scanners use microchips to individually control each carcass as it is processed, which ensures individual housekeeping and veterinary quality control of products before they are sent to stores. It becomes possible to trace the entire path of goods from the chop to the farm and ensure complete sanitary control.
Chipping technology has been successfully used in Russia for several years. In the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Rules for the identification of farm animals have been developed in accordance with the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 10, 2002 "On Veterinary Medicine" and determine the procedure for identifying farm animals. According to the Rules, all farm animals must be identified by assigning an individual number by tagging, chipping, branding with the inclusion of information about the animal in the database.
To apply advanced identification technology in your farm, you need to contact us and get all the information about the equipment you need to work. If you purchase microchips in our store, the data on your animals will be placed in our database for free. We can design and create for you a personal livestock accounting database.
We invite livestock breeders to actively use microchipping in their practical work!
Offer for veterinarians!
We are looking for veterinarians or veterinary clinics across the country, which are engaged or may engage microchipping animals. These vets are registered on our website and compiled in our vet database that allows owners of animals to find the nearest veterinary clinic, where they could chip their pet. So vets get our free online support.
Veterinarians should organizing microchipping animals and informing owners about the necessity of registration the animals at the site AnimalID.kz. Payment for chipping will be an additional source of revenue for the clinic.
Registered veterinarians can buy in our online store microchips and scanners at discount prices. This saves discounts depending on the amount of purchased goods. All microchips purchased from our store registered in our database for free.
The presence of the scanner in the clinic is very important and allows you to find the address of the owner of a lost animal, which can be installed using our search service.
Connecting the scanner to your computer, you can automate the record keeping of animal health.
Write to us, we are always happy to answer any questions regarding the electronic identification of domestic and farm animals.
Ttransponder implantation guide
Preparation of the transponder implantation site
The implantation site of the transponder must be prepared in a manner like preparing the site for any other conventional aseptic injection. The needle and transponder are inert and supplied in sterilized packaging. For horses, complete surgical preparation is required to prevent infection with Clostridium bacteria.
1. Scan a sterilized needle in a sealed package to verify the digital transponder code. Open the packaging.
2. Place the needle into the implanter and lock the implanter. Immediately before implantation, unlock and remove the cap from the needle. In the case of an individual transponder, open the package and remove the cap from the needle.
Note: Be careful, the needle is extremely sharp and has a long bevel of 60 degrees, which is equivalent to the tip of a scalpel. Please, be careful.
Note: Never press down on the plunger of the implanter while the needle is in the animal. Transponder ejection may occur.
3. Transponder implantation is like other subcutaneous injections and has similar implantation sites for most pets.
4. The movement of the implanter should be straight during insertion and withdrawal. Every effort should be made to eliminate rotational hand movements to avoid any "swinging" of the needle tip.
5. After inserting the needle, pull the skin along the length of the needle while moving the needle forward. Gentle (not abrupt) needle insertion is preferred in this procedure.
6. Insert the needle to the depth of the line marked on the needle and push the plunger using a steady motion. Remove the needle and allow the fold of the skin to straighten out. Check the implantation site to ensure that the transponder has been fully inserted.
7. Scan the animal to check the location and transponder code and scanning technique.
Transponder location and scanning technique
As a result of many years of research and practical experience, uniform rules have been developed regarding the places of implantation of microchips in various animal species.
Due to the nature of RF technology, there is a directional component through which the scanner reads the transponder. The recommended methodology below is to ensure 100% data collection.
Make four passes, longitudinally from mid-neck to shoulders, two on each side of the neck. Make four passes across the same area, spanning the 90-degree dorsal arch. Care should be taken to maintain the pulse of the scanner, keep the scanner near the animal, sliding on the skin and fur. The start button must be held down for each set.
It is recommended that the practitioner performing this procedure does not combine implantation with any other procedure (gender determination) until a certain level of proficiency is reached. The specialist should be prepared to deal with complications and observe the bird for a period after the implantation procedure.
When working with small birds, the needle should only be inserted to the depth of the chamfer to achieve intramuscular implantation.
Scans in birds should include the thoracic regions, base of the neck and wings. The latter should be included, as in private zoos, implants are often made in these places.
1. Dogs, cats, small mammals, and primates should be implanted at the base of the neck, in the midline of the back, between the shoulder blades. Care should be taken to implant the transponder to the full depth of the needle and completely subcutaneously.
2. Horses should be implanted to the full depth of the needle in the occipital ligament, halfway down the neck and on the left side. The insertion site should be 3-5 cm from the midline of the back, so the chip can be scanned from either side.
3. Domestic animals, agricultural and exotic animals (sheep, goats, llamas, and the like) - fold above the tail on the left, as close as possible to the midline of the back. This allows you to scan from either side.
4. Birds are implanted intramuscularly into the pectoralis muscle. Be aware that the chip is not easy to detect (or remove) during physical examination. Today, almost all manipulations performed with birds are performed in this place without any complications; however, there is the potential for serious intramuscular hematoma.
5. Terrestrial and aquatic turtles are implanted under the shell at the back, along the midline where the skin contacts the shell. For larger species, the needle can be inserted all the way. For smaller species and babies, the chip can be inserted by placing the needle only about ¾ of the bevel deep. Care should be taken not to damage the soft shell of young animals and cause injury. The chip can be scanned through the carapace or by passing the scanner around the back bottom of the case.
6. Snakes are implanted superficially intramuscularly into the neck 3-5 cm below the head. Care should be taken to ensure that the direction of the needle is parallel to the surface of the body.
7. Iguanas, monitor lizards and so on are implanted into the thick muscle at the base of the tail. The needle should be pointed between the scales.
Common transponder locations
All transponders must be implanted on the left side of the animal(L)where applicable.
Larger (> 30 cm) left fin base.
Smaller (<30 cm) uterine cavity
AMPHIBIA: cover the lymphatic cavity with tissue glue
Hind limb turtles (L)
Crocodiles subcutaneously, opposite the occipital group (L)
Larger (> 12.5 cm) groin (L)
Smaller (<12.5 cm) uterine cavity
Snakes subcutaneously to the left side of the neck / or in the chest muscles from the tip of the nose, measure two head lengths
According to the measurement of the mass of an adult bird
Large (> 1.5 kg and / or long-legged) dorsally at the junction of the neck and body (L)
Medium and small (<1.5 kg) pectoral muscle (L)
Parrots pectoralis muscle (L)
Vultures of the old /
new world subcutaneously at the base of the neck (L)
Other Falconiformes pectoralis muscle (L)
Storks pectoralis muscle (L)
Ratites to the muscle at the apex of the bend of the neck (L)
Penguins subcutaneously at the base of the neck (L)
Explanation: intramuscularly into the widest point of the left pectoral muscle, in the lower direction.
Size according to the distance between the pelvic bone and the shoulder blade of an adult mammal
Dogs / cats subcutaneously between the shoulder blades (in the midline at the withers.) Between the shoulder blades to the left of center.
Horses on the left side in the nuchal ligament. Intramuscularly in the middle of the neck under the mane perpendicular to the lateral plane of the animal.
Cattle subcutaneously, lower third of the neck on the right.
small ruminants subcutaneously, upper part of the neck behind the ear on the right.
Small to medium (<17 cm) subcutaneously at the base of the left ear. Thick skin on the neck makes implantation more difficult.
Large-medium (> 17 cm) subcutaneously from the spine to the shoulder blades. Between the shoulder blades to the left of the center.
Procaviidae subcutaneously in between the lumbar region (L).
Elephant subcutaneously to the left side of the tail into the thickness of the caudal fold (L). The skin shield complicates implantation.
In the first national single database electronic identification of animals of Kazakhstan AnimalID.kz can be registered, animals identified by microchip.
Registration in the First National single database of electronic identification of animals of Kazakhstan - AnimalID.kz provide round the clock online access to information about your animal. This will help you to return the animal if it is lost, use the registration information at border crossings, insurance, exhibitions, a veterinarian, etc.
All information about a registered animal falls into a similar international databases.
To register or make changes to registration data should:
- Fill out the registration form;
Registration cost and payment methods:
Microchips purchased from us are registered free of charge. In case of re-registration, the cost is 1500 KZT.
The cost of registering third-party chips is 18000 KZT.
The cost of registration and re-registration of farm animals is 1000 KZT.
Ways of payment:
- Cash in our office;
- On the generated account by transferring to our current account;
- On line payment by payment cards in our online store;
- Payment by phone number +7 777 111 11 98
In the case of a non-cash form of payment, goods and services are provided after the funds are credited to the seller's account.
Frequently asked Questions.
Question: What is a microchip?
Answer: A microchip is a small, electronic chip with an individually programmed number enclosed in a biologically inert glass capsule that is about the same size as a grain of rice. The microchip itself does not have a battery—it is activated by a scanner that is passed over the area, and the radiowaves put out by the scanner activate the chip. The chip transmits the unique 15 digital identification number to the scanner, which displays the number on the screen. The chip provides a lifetime electronic identification and protects your pet against loss or stolen.
Q: Why I should chipping animals?
A: An animal may be lost or stolen. The presence of an "electronic passport" will be irrefutable proof of animal’s origin and will help to return your pet home. In addition, insurance companies prefer to insure microchipped animals. In EU countries import animals without microchip is prohibited. Electronic identification is recommended by law for pedigreed animals bred for sale. It allows you to automate the management of veterinary records of animal health.
Q: How is a microchip implanted into an animal? Is it painful? Does it require surgery or anesthesia?
A: It is injected under the skin using a hypodermic needle. It is no more painful than a typical injection, although the needle is slightly larger than those used for injection. No surgery or anesthesia is required—a microchip can be implanted during a routine veterinary office visit.
Q: Can a microchip move in the animal body?
A: As a general rule - no. After implantation, the chip is overgrown with a thin layer of connective tissue, and remains at the injection site. However, some restless animals with mild subcutaneous tissue, the chip can move in the early days under the skin. To prevent this, we recommend a higher (closer to the neck), implantation of the chip, so that the animal does not gnaw it. It is also helpful to wear a wide collar of the first two or three days after the procedure.
Q: What kind of information is contained in the microchip? Will it store my pet's medical information?
A: The microchips presently used in pets only contain identification numbers. Although the present technology microchip itself does not contain your pet's medical information, our microchip registration database will allow you to store that information for quick reference.
Q: What animals can be microchipping?
A: You can microchip any pets, livestock, rodents, birds, fish, snakes, lizards and others.
Q: At what age can animals be microchipped?
A: Animals can be microchipped at any age. Puppies and kittens should be microchipped immediately before the first vaccination that is five to six weeks.
Q: Can I microchipped wild animals?
A: Yes you can. Microchipping of wild animals used for scientific purposes to control their population, migration, and other things.
Q: Where are commonly implanted chip?
A: The practice developed a standard implant chip space. Dogs and cats chip implanted under the skin of the back between the shoulder blades. Pigs and cows chips often into the neck behind the ear or in the sacral area. Goats chip implanted at the base of the tail. Horses and other hoofed animals in the neck in the middle of the nuchal ligament in the 3-5 cm below the mane on the left. Birds chip injected into muscles of the chest.
Q: What technology of microchipping?
A: Treat the place of injection with alcohol. Lift the skin fold and fully enter the needle under the skin at an angle about 30 degrees. Until it stops, press the plunger of the syringe or pen implanters. Remove the needle.
Q: How does the scanner work?
A: Bring the scanner to the place of implantation of the chip at a distance of 3-5 cm and click on the button. The scanner sends a safe radio signal through the skin and reads the code chip. After receiving the code scanner and publishes a peep show on the display chip number, such as 958,000,000,012,345.
The scanner can be connected by cable to a computer to automate the entry number of the chip in various computer programs used by veterinarians to automate its operations.
Q: Who can implant the microchip?
A: Licensing microchipping canceled. Veterinarian can do it, as well as any person who is able to produce subcutaneous injection. Experience shows that chipping successfully can do breeders and pet owners. The main thing to observe the principles of asepsis and antisepsis, perform the procedure is technically correct, paste in veterinary documents stickers with the microchip number and register the animals in the database.
However, we recommend carrying out chipping by veterinarian to avoid the introduction of wrong chip. Veterinarians know how and where the microchip should be placed. And also can immediately check and activate the chip using a scanner.
Q: What is the procedure for microchipping?
A: The vet scans the animal to determine if there was any animal microchipped earlier. Then scans the chip to prove its efficiency. By subcutaneous injection vet chip enters the animal and re-scan it to make sure that the procedure was successful. In animal passport is attached a special sticker with the number of chips sold with the chip, chipping and date entered. Next you need to register the animal in the database by writing to the application form information about animal and his owner.
Q: What documents are needed to the owner of microchipped animal?
A: No additional documents are required. In your existing veterinary documents (pedigree vet passport, etc.) fits the microchip number and the date of microchipping. For convenience and to eliminate errors each syringe or needle with a microchip accompanied by several labels with the number of chip and bar code.
Q: How do I know where my animal can be microchipping or scan it?
A: Find the nearest veterinarian participating in the microchipping program; you can use our express service Find a veterinarian
Q: Why should I register microchip on the site AnimalID.kz
A: Registering on our website - gives you the ability to access information about your pet 24 ours online access. This information will be needed if your animal is lost, you can immediately put the information about his disappearance. This information will be transmitted to all veterinary clinics and animal control station. Even if pet was lost abroad.
Q: How do I register my pet? What is the cost of registration an animal in national database of electronic identification?
A: This information can be found on the Registration page of our website.
Q: I made a mistake in the registration data, how to fix it?
A: You should re-fill the registration form. The system is designed so that any changes you perceive as a new registration, so you have to pay the registration fee again.
Q: When my information will appear in an international basis?
A: Immediately after registering on the site AnimalID.kz. We make the registration is usually the next business day after your registration form or get our money (with paid registration). Although the rules, is given three working days for registration. Free registration takes place instantaneously.
Q: How to find a lost pet?
A: You should immediately contact us or post information about lost pets section: Lost animals. Once the animal is found, you will be contacted.
Q: How do I find the owner of the lost animal?
A: The finder of an animal person applies to any nearest veterinary facility is equipped with a scanner, which scans the chip and determines its number. Then, this number should be entered in our search service Find the animal owner, who reported the address and telephone number of the owner. It remains only to call and report the find.
Q: I bought microchipped animal, How I can register it in a national database of electronic identification?
A: You should register the animal on the Registration page. Upon receipt of registration fees will be made to new information in a national database of electronic identification. Never microchipping animals again!
Q: I am a veterinarian and I want to do microchipping. Where to start?
A: First, register with the Registration service for veterinarians in the upper right corner of the homepage of our website. This will give you the opportunity to buy equipment at a discount provided for veterinarians. Visitors to the site, searching for the nearest vet, you can find through the Find a veterinarian. After receiving confirmation from us, go to a special section of the site through the Sign in for veterinarians, go to the online store and select the desired equipment. We recommend starting to buy some syringes containing microchips.
When you've selected the product go to the shopping cart and check out one of the methods of payment. Generate a payment document that contains our and your details. Print it and pay. Soon you will be able to send and get started!
If you cannot find an answer to your question, please contact us