Microchip registry services
The information from a cat or dog's microchip is kept by a registry service. Registry service providers must hold an approved licence.
Obtaining a registry licence
To apply for a registry licence, you need to:
- complete the registry licence application (PDF, 94KB)
- send the form with the annual fee of $1017.85 to:
- Licensing and Transaction Unit
GPO Box 46
BRISBANE QLD 4001
The application will be assessed and applicants will be advised of the outcome. More information about registry licences can be found in parts 6 to 8 of the Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Regulation 2009.
Renewing a registry licence
Registry licences are issued for a 12 month period. You must renew the licence at least 28 days before the current licence expires.
Current registry licence holders in Queensland
- Check the microchip registry service a cat or dog is registered with at Pet Address.