BEVA UK BEVA British Equine Veterinary Association
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  • Has a passport been issued for this horse? No. Yes. Owner Doesn't Know.
  • Where was the Passport Issued? UK. Outside of the EU. EU (Outside UK).
  • Is the Passport present? No. Yes.
  • Scan the Horse - Is there a readable microchip implanted. No. Yes.
  • Use the Chip Checker at https://www.equineregister.co.uk/home . Is the microchip registered on the CED? Yes. No.
  • Does the Implanted Chip match the chip number recorded in the passport? No. Yes. There is no microchip number recorded in the passport..
  • The horse is correctly registered. Remind the owner that the passport should remain with the horse and that any changes (e.g. ownership, castration, food chain status) must be registered by notifying a PIO (with verification as required).
  • Verify the horse's identity using the silhouette. Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisations (PIO) that issued the passport for resolution. You should certify the scanned microchip number on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIO.
  • Rescan the horse. Can you find any other readable microchips? No. Yes.
  • Verify the horse's identity using the silhouette. Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisations (PIO) that issued the passport for resolution. You should certify the scanned microchip number on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIO.
  • Do any of these other microchip numbers match the passport? No. Yes.
  • Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisations (PIOs) linked on the CED to the microchips (and the PIO that has issued the passport if different) for resolution. You should certify the various microchip numbers identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIOs.
  • Verify the horse's identity using the silhouette. Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisations (PIO) that issued the passport for resolution. You should certify the various microchip numbers identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIO.
  • Does the Implanted Chip match the chip number recorded in the passport? No. Yes. There is no number recorded in the passport.
  • You should certify the microchip number using a suitable form and advise the owner to send it, with the passport and notification of any other changes (ownership / food chain status / gelding), to their Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) for the passport to be amended..
  • Verify the identity of the horse using the silhouette. Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) that issued the passport for resolution. You should certify the microchip number identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIO.
  • Rescan the horse. Can you find any other readable microchips? Yes. No.
  • Verify the identity of the horse using the silhouette. Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) that issued the passport for resolution. You should certify the microchip number identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIO.
  • Does one of these new numbers match the chip number recorded in the passport? No. Yes.
  • Verify the identity of the horse using the silhouette. Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) that issued the passport for resolution. You should certify the various microchip numbers identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIO.
  • Use the Chip Checker at https://www.equineregister.co.uk/home . Is this new microchip registered on the CED? No. Yes.
  • Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisations (PIOs) linked on the CED to the microchip (and the passport if different) for resolution. You should certify the various microchip numbers identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIOs..
  • The horse is correctly registered. Remind the owner that the passport should remain with the horse and that any changes (e.g. ownership, castration, food chain status) must be registered by notifying a PIO (with verification as required).
  • Is there a microchip number recorded in the passport? No. Yes.
  • Check that your microchip reader is working. Verify the identity of the horse using the silhouette. Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) that issued the passport for resolution. You should certify that you were unable to identify a readable microchip on a form suitable for the owner to send to the PIO..
  • Verify the identity of the horse using the silhouette. Advise the owner that all horses are required to have a microchip. Implant microchip, complete a certification form and advise owner to return the passport and form to the Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) along with any unregistered changes e.g. ownership, castration, food chain status..
  • Scan the Horse - Is there a readable microchip implanted. Yes. No.
  • Remind the owner that they should keep the passport with the horse. Advise them that all horses must be microchipped and that the passport must be available in order for you to implant a microchip and certify that you have done so. Once a microchip has been implanted the passport and the veterinary certification must be sent to the passport issuing organisation (PIO)..
  • Use the Chip Checker at https://www.equineregister.co.uk/home . Is the microchip registered on the CED? No. Yes.
  • Remind the owner that the passport should be kept with the horse. Advise the owner that they should regsiter any changes (e.g. ownership, castration, food chain status) with the Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO).
  • Remind the owner that they should keep the passport with the horse. Advise them that they should register the microchip with the passport issuing organisation (PIO) along with veterinary certification of the implanted microchip. Advise them that the passport is required (to verify the identity opf the horse) before microchip certification can be completed..
  • Is the Passport present? No. Yes.
  • Scan the horse. Can you find a readable microchip? Yes. No.
  • Use the Chip Checker at https://www.equineregister.co.uk/home . Is the microchip registered on the CED? Yes. No.
  • Does the scanned microchip number match the microchip number in the passport? There is no microchip number recorded in the passport.. No. Yes.
  • The horse is correctly registered. Remind the owner that the passport should remain with the horse and that any changes (e.g. ownership, castration, food chain status) must be registered by notifying a PIO (with verification as required).
  • Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) linked on the CED to the microchip (and the PIO that has issued the passport if different) for resolution. You should certify the microchip number identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIO.
  • Rescan the horse. Can you find any other readable microchips? No. Yes.
  • Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) linked on the CED to the microchips (and the PIO that has issued the passport if different) for resolution. You should certify the various microchip numbers identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIOs.
  • Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) linked on the CED to the microchip (and the PIO that has issued the passport if different) for resolution. You should certify the microchip number identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIO.
  • Does the scanned microchip number match the microchip number in the passport? No. Yes. There is no microchip number recorded in the passport.
  • The horse's passport has probably not been registered with a UK PIO. Advise the owner that they must register the passport with a UK based PIO along with any changes in ownershiip, gelding , food chain status etc..
  • Advise the owner that the passport must be registered with a UK Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) . You should certify the microchip number identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIO..
  • Rescan the horse. Can you find any other readable microchips? Yes. No.
  • Advise the owner that the passport must be registered with a UK Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) . You should certify the microchip number identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIO..
  • Are any of these numbers registered on the CED? (https://www.equineregister.co.uk/home). No. Yes.
  • Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisations (PIOs) linked on the CED to the microchips (and the PIO that has issued the passport if different) for resolution. You should certify the various microchip numbers identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIOs.
  • Advise the owner that the passport must be registered with a UK Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) . You should certify the various microchip numbers identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIO..
  • Is there a microchip number recorded in the passport? Yes. No.
  • Advise the owner that the horse must have a microchip implanted and that the passport must be registered with a UK Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO). You will need to provide the owner with certification of the microchip implantation..
  • Use the Chip Checker at https://www.equineregister.co.uk/home . Is the chip number stated in the passport registered on the CED? Yes. No.
  • Verify the identity of the horse using the silhouette. Advise the owner to contact the UK PIO linked on CED to the microchip number in the passport for resolution / guidance on implanting a new microchip..
  • Advise the owner that the horse must have a microchip implanted and that the passport must be registered with a UK Passport Issunig Organisation (PIO). You will need to provide the owner with cerification of the microchip implantation..
  • Scan the horse. Can you find a readable microchip? Yes. No.
  • Advise the owner that the horse must have a microchip implanted and that the passport must be registered with a UK Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO). You will need to provide the owner with certification of the microchip implantation..
  • Use the Chip Checker at https://www.equineregister.co.uk/home . Is the microchip registered on the CED. No. Yes.
  • Remind the owner that the passport should be with the owner and that they should notify the UK PIO of any changes e.g. ownership, castration, food chain status etc..
  • Advise the owner that the horse's passport must be registered with a UK Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO). .
  • Scan the horse. Can you find a readable microchip? Yes. No.
  • Advise the owner that they must apply for a UK passport (along with veterinary verification of the implanted microchip number) at the earliest opportunity..
  • Advise the owner that they are not compliant with the legislation and they must apply for a UK passport and implant a microchip at the earliest opportunity..
  • How old is the Horse? Under 6 months. Over 6 months.
  • Scan the horse. Can you find a readable microchip? Yes. No.
  • Advise the owner that they are not compliant with the legislation and they must apply for a passport and implant a microchip at the earliest opportunity..
  • Use the Chip Checker at https://www.equineregister.co.uk/home . Is the microchip registered on the CED. Yes. No.
  • The horse has had a passport issued in the past. Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) linked on the CED to the microchip and arrange for a replacement passport..
  • Verify the identity of the horse using the silhouette. Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) that issued the passport for resolution. You should certify the microchip number identified on a suitable form for the owner to send to the PIO.
  • Scan the foal. Can you find a readable microchip? Yes. No.
  • Advise owner that foals must be microchipped and passports applied for before they are 6 months of age and at the latest by the 30 November in the year of their birth. There are derogations for semi-feral ponies living on Dartmoor, Exmoor, Wicken Fen and the New Forest and there are specific additional requirements for Thoroughbred foals intended for racing..
  • Use the Chip Checker at https://www.equineregister.co.uk/home . Is the microchip registered on the CED? No. Yes.
  • The horse has had a passport issued in the past. Advise the owner to contact the Passport Issuing Organisation (PIO) linked on the CED to the microchip and arrange for a replacement passport..
  • Advise the owner that they must apply for a passport (along with veterinary verification of the implanted microchip number) before the foal is 6 months of age and at the latest by the 30 November in the year of their birth. There are derogations for semi-feral ponies living on Dartmoor, Exmoor, Wicken Fen and the New Forest and there are specific additional requirements for Thoroughbred foals intended for racing..
  • How old is the Horse? Over 6 months. Under 6 months (and the date is before 30 Nov).
  • Advise the owner that they are not compliant with the legislation and they must apply for a passport and implant a microchip at the earliest opportunity..
  • Advise owner that foals must be microchipped and passports applied for before they are 6 months of age and at the latest by the 30 November in the year of their birth. There are derogations for semi-feral ponies living on Dartmoor, Exmoor, Wicken Fen and the New Forest and there are specific additional requirements for Thoroughbred foals intended for racing..

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