Peeva is becoming the standard by creating the standard.

You can register any brand of microchip and it only takes about 1 minute.

A lack of standardization exists in the world of pet microchips due to a variety of microchip types, operating frequencies, scanners, cataloging systems, and registration databases. Peeva is committed to establishing a universal standard for microchip scanning in veterinary practices and shelters, streamlining the process of reuniting lost pets with their families as quickly as possible.

The absence of a true universal scanner capable of reading the wide array of microchips has often resulted in challenges for veterinarians and shelters in recovering lost pets, leading to a decline in microchip scanning practices overall. In some cases, it is easier for veterinarians to assume that the person who brings in the animal is the rightful owner.

Moreover, it’s important to note that the Animal Welfare Act does not grant the USDA-APHIS authority to regulate private pet ownership or mandate a national standard for pet microchips or scanners. Over the past 13 years, there have been various efforts from different factions to petition or introduce new laws in attempts to address this issue, but it remains a complex and evolving challenge.

Why isn’t there a global standard?

There are standards in Canada and the EU. However, pet ownership is not regulated in the United States. This is why the potential of RFID and microchip technology is limited.

You can register any brand of microchip and it only takes about 1 minute.

Peeva’s microchips are universal and can be read by all scanners.

Peeva has developed numerous scanners and our system works with any scanner that can connect to a desktop.

Peeva is the only scanner that connects to the cloud. Please see Crtical Mass