A Peeva membership is a permanent listing of your pet's microchip and your contact information in our lost pet database. We will instantly notify you or call you as soon as your lost pet is found in another database that we register your pet with.
Microchips are designed to last your pet's entire lifetime. Once enrolled, they link to a permanent record of your information – which is essential to keep up-to-date so you can be reached when your lost pet is found. Your microchip comes with a personal listing in our Central Registry accessible by any veterinary professional or shelter in the peeva network that scans your pet.
Virtually all veterinary clinics and animal shelters across the country are equipped with scanners that can read a Peeva microchip.
Your pet's microchip ID code is unique. If your your pet is lost and taken to an animal shelter or veterinary clinic, they will scan your pet for a microchip to read its unique code. Not all microchips can be read by all microchip scanners, but if your pet is registered with Peeva, you will be instantly notified when that happens by text and email with the exact address, telephone number, and exact location of wherever your pet was scanned from on a map so you can get your pet back. If your pet’s Peeva microchip is scanned by a veterinary professional or shelter that is not in the Peeva network, your pets microchip will still be read and the shelter or vet will know to look in the AAHA microchip lookup tool and we will get a call from them and we will call you directly.
Your pet’s medical records updated and pushed out to you daily.
Say good bye to long wait times at the groomer or day care when they ask for update vaccinations. You can simply login right from you device whenever needed.
The ability to pull up a pets medical history has numerous benefits for veterinarians.
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After your pet's microchip ID is scanned, you'll be instantly notified. The only time you will receive a call from us is if we receive a call from another registry that was contacted as a backup to ours.
Keeping your pet's profile up to date - especially with your current contact information and a recent photo of your pet - is one of the best ways to protect your pet.