I posted my comment as a warning the dogs trust registered the dog initially but after nearly 10 years we discovered he hadn't been registered or to put it another way he wasn't registered at this point in time. I know nowadays you get your dog chipped by someone and then you register him or in some cases the vet registers him. Some companies went bust over the years and were supposed to pass your details on so as I have said it would be wise to check your dog is registered yourself. I know all about the different companies but as I have said my dog wasn't registered with any.
Nope unfortunately not. Even my vet wouldn't put one in me. For that you have two options; The first is to find a tattoo studio that does piercings, see if they do subdermal implants. It's quite common now for them to added between the finger and thumb, or some even add small magnets to their finger tip(s). Alternatively, you can buy the dog id chipping kits off ebay for a few quid and do your wife yourself lol. You'll have to register yourself as the person who chipped her and become the first owner at the same time.
There are several different places that track chipping and you're free to decide who you want to register your dog's chip id number with (all of them if you really wanted). Some provide additional services if someone calls/checks their database with your found pet, such as automatic return to your local vet for example. https://www.identibase.co.uk/ 01904 487600 https://www.petidentityuk.info/ 0800 9751960 https://www.petlog.org.uk/ 01296 336579 https://www.pettrac.co.uk/ 0800 652 8 977 https://smarttrace.org.uk/ 01208 420999 https://nvds.co.uk/ 0330 123 9924 https://www.protectedpet.com/ 0844 414 2262 https://www.animaltracker.co.uk/ 01279 219777
Will they do the wife for free?
Just a word of warning my kids had our jack russell chipped nearly 10 years ago by the dogs trust they had to make a donation of £15 at the time, and ive only just found out he wasn't registered so if we had lost him we wouldnt have gotten him back. So every so often you should check online that he has been registered