Australasian Animal Registry
The Australasian Animal Registry (AAR) was established in 1989 and is the largest not-for-profit and most comprehensive animal registration and recovery service in Australasia.
Australasian Animal Registry maintains records for over 1.5 million animals from across Australia and New Zealand, including dogs, cats, birds, horses, zoo animals and even ferrets.
Sometimes our pets wander into unfamiliar surroundings and become lost. If you become separated from your pet for any reason, when your pet is found it can easily be scanned by a vet or authorised practitioner.
In this way they can help you be reunited with your lost pet as soon as possible. A large percentage of vets, welfare agencies and even pounds search their database first to find the owner of a lost pet.
Just microchipping your pet isn’t enough - you need to register the microchip and your contact details on a national database so your pet’s home can be found. Wouldn’t you want your pet’s home details listed on the most reliable animal registry database in Australia? Register your pet with us today.
Lost Pet Finders strongly recommends you microchip your pet. If your pet is still missing let us help.
See here why you can't rely on a microchip.
You might also be interested in:
- Searching for a lost cat
- Searching for a lost dog
- Searching for a lost bird
- Searching for a lost pet
- Check out our lost pet pounds
- Some important ANIMAL LEGISLATION in your state.
- LPF’s Top 10 Pet Finding Tips
- Microchips and Lost Pets
- Local Government Pounds and Rangers