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Information on the microchip registry can only be accessed by the authorised implanter, the owner of the animal, certain authorised government employees, and any other person providing the owner has given their consent, for the purpose of reuniting the owner with the animal.
State legislation changed so that all new pet registrations from must be microchipped.
According to the Detector Dog Program, all of their dogs are microchipped at 8 weeks. As of this office has added the microchipping information onto their paperwork.
If you do not have the necessary microchipping paperwork, you will need to contact the Detector Dog Program to get it.
It is illegal in NSW to sell or give away a dog or cat without a microchip being implanted in the animal.
If you are moving here from other Australian states then the details will probably not be on the Companion Animal Register.
Microchipping forms a permanent, but non-visible, form of identification only.
Registration tags must still be worn by your pets to allow an opportunity for any person, or Council, that may find your pet to re-unite the animal with its owner.
The scanned number can then be checked against a register, which provides details of the animal's ownership.There are a number of requirements in place to maximise the effectiveness of microchipping in returning identified lost pets to owners.