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ISO standardized

  • 134.2 kHz ISO standardized microchips can be read by any other brand of scanner and at a slightly longer range.

  • They are slightly smaller than other microchips which means our syringes are smaller and the process of implanting them is not any more invasive than a routine vaccination and less invasive than other microchips

  • ISO 11784/11785 compliant, recommended by AAHA and AVMA.


ICAR certified.

  • Each of our microchips has its own unique ID

  • Thoroughly tested by the International Committee of Animal Reporting before individually packaged.

Read/write capability and unique data security.

  • Coupled with our Universal Scanner and Central Registry / Pet portal, Peeva’s end to end microchip solution is critical for animal identification, health and wellness.

  • ISO compliant microchips are certified by ICAR for fully conforming to the ISO 11784 requirements for coding the microchip. 

  • Signed Code of Conduct per ISO 24631-3, that states no duplicate ID codes are produced

Each Peeva microchip is encapsulated in 100% bioglass

Our microchips materials consist of laser sealed bioglass to ensure the lifetime integrity of the microchip. They will last your pets entire lifetime.

There are no processes in which they are manufactured such as heating during the sealing process to have a negative effect on the efficacy of their transponder or detectability. 


Slightly smaller than conventional microchips and detected at a slightly farther range.

Being slightly smaller means which means the process in which they are implanted is no more invasive than a routine vaccination. Our microchips are not, however, “mini” chips that can-not be read from as far of a range as our microchips. 


Each Microchip is thoroughly tested before individually packaged.

Each pouch contains a disposable syringe (all in one medical-grade, extra-sharp, double bevel needle syringe for easy insertion) a parylene coating microchip, 6 one-dimensional bar code labels.

Microchipping best practices are to scan the pet for presence of a microchip prior to implanting, then to scan the microchip in it’s packaging to verify the number, and finally to scan the pet again after implantation to ensure the microchip’s proper placement and to make sure it did not back out with the needle.


We fully back all of our microchips.

  • All microchips are thoroughly tested before packaged and we encourage all microchips to be scanned before implanted to follow best microchip implanting processes and should there ever be an issue with any of our microchips, we honor exchanges

  • We track all of our microchips by PIMS at each veterinary partner location. 

  • Peeva is the only service that has instant notification. 

  • For implant instructions please see syringe and implant instructions.

  • For more questions about microchips see FAQ