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Brand markings, Freeze marking, Microchips, Passports, Sales/Auction catalogues and Useful websites
18 January 2018
Please do NOT post adverts in this section. This section is for information only.
Google - http://www.google.co.uk
(sometimes putting the number into a search engine may bring up previous postings)
Datatag - 01932 358100, fax 01932 358139 or http://www.datatag.co.uk
Equetrack - 01254 814242
Europetnet - http://www.europetnet.com
Identichip - http://www.identichip.co.uk, telephone - 01904 487600
PETtrac - http://www.pettrac.co.uk, telephone - 0800 652 9977
link updated 17-feb-15
Petlog - http://www.petlog.org.uk, telephone - 0870 6066751
Manufacturer’s ISO Codes
ISO transponders contain 15 numbers. The first three digits identify the manufacturer. These codes are issued by
ICAR (International Committee for Animal Recording) and a complete list with descriptions and pictures can be
found on the following website - http://www.service-icar.com/manufacturer_complete.php
The following list was adapted from this website and represents all the manufacturers that provide implantable
ISO transponders (FDX-B) as of March 19, 2003.
(*List not added*)
Microchip Country Codes
If an ISO Transponder’s code starts with a number other than 9, the manufacturer has placed the ISO assigned
Country Code as the first three digits.
Following is a list of some of the countries that have been assigned a code by the International Standards
203 Czech Republic
214 Dominican Republic
554 New Zealand
630 Puerto Rico
643 Russian Federation
710 South Africa
826 United Kingdom
840 United States
900 – 999 Private Use
Chips starting with 985 - 985 is a manufacturers code, not a country code. It is not the same standard chip.
https://www.anibase.com/ - Anibase is the original and still most modern national database, managing the details of over 5 million microchipped pets and their owners.
http://www.ndg.nl/ - The Dutch Foundation Database Companion (NDG) aims to identify and reunite with animal owner.
(use google translate)
Grassroots Equine Chip Checker
180,526 Equine Records Searched
Microchip / UELN search facility for equines registered with
participating PIO's using the Grassroots Systems software
Another excellent link to use - http://www.grassroots.co.uk/cgi-bin/sta ... start.html
Website - http://www.horsepassportagency.co.uk
NEW MICROCHIP CHECK (26/09/2012) :- On Friday 27th the National Equine Database will close, removing the facility for Passport Issuing Organisations (PIOs) and the public to search the database for information collected from all 75 PIOs.
In light of this the Horse Passport Agency has now made a microchip search publicly available to allow users to check numbers against the Horse Passport Agency and Pleasure Horse Society databases. If a microchip is not found it may still be registered on one of the other 74 PIO databases.
We hope that DEFRA and the PIOs can work together to allow all this microchip data to be held on one free, publicly accessible, database in the future.
How this works
Type the microchip number in the box and click the binocular symbol
If you do not get a match, you get this message - (your microchip number) has not been found
If you do get a match, you get this message - A match was found on our Horse Passport Agency database for microchip (x)
What do I do next ?
If you get a match, contact the Horse Passport Agency with the chip number you were checking and ask for their help with whatever information you were looking for
The following PIOs have made their microchip data available to be searched on this database:
(list correct as of 28 june 2016)
Anglo European Studbook
Caspian Horse Society
Coloured Horse and Pony Society UK
Horse Passport Agency (IRE)
Horse Passport Agency Ltd
Pet ID Equine
Pleasure Horse Society
The Sports Pony Studbook Society
The United Saddlebred Association UK
Trakehner Breeders Fraternity
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