Our protection is all part of the program

Pet microchipping requires care, expertise, and professionalism to avoid something going wrong.

We know animals can be unpredictable at times, especially in situations that may potentially be a little stressful – that’s why our pet microchipping insurance includes cover for any accidental pet damage or injury while in your care.

You’ll also be protected against third-party claims for damage or injury due to something you did during the course of your work, for which you are held responsible.

We also offer a range of options for businesses involved in pet microchipping that have specific needs. For example, if you employ anyone, you’re legally obliged to be insured against employee claims due to injuries caused by their work that you are liable for.

For a complete breakdown of our microchipper insurance, or to obtain a quote, get in touch with Pet Business Insurance today. Call +61 8 6255 5899, or complete our enquiry form.

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Microchipping insurance FAQs

Who can microchip a dog?

While it’s most common for veterinarians to microchip a dog, any trained professional can fit a microchip. Since it’s mandatory to microchip all dogs by the age of 8 weeks, this is a common service that often falls to dog breeders to complete.

What animals are microchippers covered to chip?

Trained professionals can microchip dogs, cats, ferrets, and rabbits.

Money Back Guarantee

Just starting up? Change or even cancel your policy anytime without any administration fees. Even better – Pet Business International will refund your money, pro-rata, for any unused period of cover (as long as you haven’t made a claim of course!).

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