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Everything a pet parent needs in the air and on the ground

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Why pet parents should use PadsPass in the air and on the ground

Introducing a Microchip Database for Bermuda accessible 24/7

According to IPATA, over 4 million pets and live animals are transported by air per year with 2 million from the US. Many governments have time-sensitive requirements for entry with animals that apply to both pets and service dogs.  Some of these requirements are quite extensive, and difficult to understand for many pet parents and animal handlers. The threat of quarantine or return to origin often deters pet parents from traveling, resulting in a huge loss of potential tourist economy. 

Reducing the risk of human error, PadsPass allows pet parents to travel stress free. Many government requirements for arriving with a four legged loved one can be complex depending on their animal's personal medical history. PadsPass will streamline government requirements in an easy to understand, step by step format. By having an animal's health records accessible within the platform, it would eliminate destinations that are not available to certain animals or within a pet parent's specific travel schedules. It would also prepare pets and animals for travel well in advance, and in accordance with government guidelines. 

PadsPass will do wonders in the air, but it will also have some pretty pawesome features for GROUNDED animals. Having your dog's medical information in a secure and sharable app means you can easily prove your dog's in good health to any dog walker, groomer, or doggie daycare.



We're also launching a first initiative as we develop the technology that will power PadsPass in the future - a microchip database. This will eventually be included in the GROUNDED free version of the app, it's free now and always will be because we could never put a price on reunification of a pet and it's hooman. 

Permission to access the database will only be granted to known entities who request it, including but not limited to licensed veterinarians and animal charities such as the SPCA. Access will have a review process before being granted, can be revoked at any time, and will only be able to view the animal's information. The emails will only be visible to PadsPass and not shared with any third party.


Anyone who finds an animal and is able to scan the microchip and does not have access can always reach out directly to PadsPass to see if the animal is in the database, it's also the only way visiting pets can ensure their animals can be traced if they're separated. 

How you can get started with PadsPass 

Interested in adopting PadsPass, advertising with us, and/or contributing important animal health information to the platform creation? 

Reach out to us here for more information on what opportunities are available for you or company. We'd love to hear from you. 

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