Fill out a license transfer form. You can pick up a transfer form at animal shelters, or from many veterinarians. You may also be able to download a copy of the form online. The form requires information about you and the new owner, as well as basic information about the pet.
Licenses do not transfer from one owner to another. In order to update the national registry for a microchip, contact the microchip company for instructions on updating the transfer of ownership. If you do not know what microchip company, click here and enter the microchip number to discover the microchip company.
How do I transfer my dog? To transfer your dog, you must have the original pedigree certificate supplied by the breeder and the breeders signature must be present on the reverse side. Fill in your own details sign and post in with required fee for transfer to Dogs Victoria.
On the back of the dog's certificate, you will need to write the date of transfer, the name and address of the new owner, and the signatures of both. Mail it to the AKC with a $30 transfer fee.
To transfer a pet to someone else, you'll need to sign a transfer of pet ownership agreement and transfer your pet license and microchip registration. You can find templates for transfer of pet ownership agreements online.
The new owner will need to register their new pet and can do so by:
Transfer of Registration & Service Form
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How to transfer
Updating Your Pet's MicroChip Details
When a dog is sold, pet businesses are required to transfer the ownership of the dog to the new owner. This can be done via AVA's online licensing platform — Pet Animal Licensing System (PALS) at https://pals.ava.gov.sg.
Both new and old owners must appear at the Animal Services Pet Adoption and Protection Center with an appointment and:
Submit the following:
The fee for transfer of ownership is Rs. 118/-, and if you to have the certificate sent to you by registered post, you are requested to add a further sum of Rs. 30/-. The demand draft must be taken in favour of the 'Kennel Club of India', payable at Chennai.
You are legally obliged to ask the person you are transferring ownership to for a recognised form of photo ID and a utility bill showing their address that has been issued within the last 3 months.
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