AAR Recovery enquiry
AAR Recovery enquiry
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The Australasian Animal Registry (AAR) was established in 1989. It is the largest not-for-profit and most comprehensive animal registration and recovery service in Australasia.
The Australasian Animal Registry (AAR) was established in 1989. It is the largest not-for-profit and most comprehensive animal registration and recovery service in Australasia. AAR is a division of the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS), which has been in existence since 1822. AAR follows the guiding principles and policies of the RAS which includes placing a high priority on the care of all animals. AAR maintains records for over 2.5 million animals across Australia and New Zealand, including dogs, cats, birds, horses, zoo animals, and even ferrets.
Registered owners of animals on the AAR database can update most details online. The exceptions are the registered owner's name and breed of animal. If you are unable to update your details online, email us with the microchip number and details you wish to change. Follow this link to update registration details online . By updating my registration details online I hereby certify and agree that I am duly authorised to make changes to this Registration and the information I have provided is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. I accept all liability for any loss or damage suffered as a result of any changes made by me and acknowledge that any changes I make may supersede, modify or eliminate previous information entered.
Currently AAR maintains records for over 1.5 million animals and is growing daily. We register all animals: dogs; cats; birds; horses; reptiles; even ferrets. AAR provides an accurate and independent service designed to assist in the speedy recovery of registered animals.
AAR is accredited by Queensland Government, Australian Veterinary Association (AVA), Victorian Government, Department of Primary Industry (DPI), and the Bureau of Animal Welfare.
Only authorised users, including councils and veterinary clinics, are able to access the animal records for recovery purposes. A secure system of ID numbers and AAR staff training ensure the integrity of this process.