The microchip number is recorded on a database registry with details about the animal and owner.
Should your pet stray or become lost, vets, animal shelters and local councils can scan your pet for a microchip and contact you via the database.
Please keep your details up to date, and inform your register if your pet passes away.
Pets can be registered for free on the National Pet Register.
By simply complying with the laws that require cats to have ID and dogs to wear a county-issued license, you can help your missing pet get home. microchip makers AVID and Home Again offer registration services, which is important if you relocate from Oahu.
Get your cat or dog microchipped at Hawaiian Humane for , which includes registration in Oahu’s microchip database. Walk-ins are welcome any day of week between Noon and 4 pm to the Adoptions or Admissions Center. AVID chips can be registered by calling 1-800-336-2843.
A collar, tag and microchip help Hawaiian Humane Society reunite thousands of animals with their owners every year.
Collars and tags can become lost, damaged or be removed.
A microchip is a permanent implant that will remain on the animal its entire life.
By simply scanning your pet, obtaining the microchip number and matching it on the AAR database, all your details will be displayed and you can be quickly contacted to recover your valuable pet. No, the chip is as small as a grain of rice and the animal might feel slight discomfort when inserted but nothing in the future.
How do I find someone to Microchip and register my pet? They will be able to organise your pet to be microchipped and registered at the same time. But a responsible animal owner must provide this for their pet and it is a one off cost for the life of your pet.