THIS IS A PLEA FOR COMPASSION – Did you rehome Rex, he was registered on the fraudulent database allowed to trade in the UK


Rex, (Reksas) went missing from his home on the 6th July 2023. In the eleven days since he went missing he was picked up by the dog warden and served his seven days in kennels.

As soon as the seven days were up Rex, was rehomed even though his owners were constantly looking for him. They updated his chip detail to a fraudulent chip database thinking they were doing the right thing but sadly this database were only after their money and did nothing else to update the chip.

This family have been left heartbroken and a little boy is missing his friend. We are hoping the new owners of Rex, will see this message and show some compassion and return him to his rightful owner. If you know who the new owners are please pass on this message and make this families lives compleat again lets help get Rex, back home to his family. All costs will be covered so you will not loose any money please do the right thing ❤️❤️❤️

Please contact me here or original owner Agne Cern, with any information 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

I Agne want to thank every single one of you for all your help, kindness and efforts. All shares, comments and information is appreciated. Biggest thank you to Graham Burton for creating and sharing this post with a huge audience on Drone SAR For Lost Dogs UK and having a huge heart full of compassion. ♥️

Please make sure your dog or cat’s microchip registration is on a Government listed database. This is what can happen if you end up on the fraudulent database! The list of of approved databases,:

Don’t forget the one FREE database if you want to update your details and not pay extortionate prices. Check your pet’s microchip on their #ChipChecker

The Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) has issued a warning about the website, called UK Pet Chip Registry or All Paws, which is advertised under Google search results for ‘pet microchipping’. The fraudulent database is highlighted on the Trading Standards website:

If the veterinary profession were more proactive supporting the microchip system, pet owners using this fraudulent database would be advised and helped to protect their pets should they go missing. This fraudulent database has been trading in the UK for about five years!

Rex is registered on the DogLost website:

REKSAS is Male Cross Breed Black With Golden Brown On Face, Legs And White Patch On Chest (Age: Adult)
Missing from The range shop in west Bromwich 235 Holyhead Rd, Birmingham B21 0AP, B21 area, Central on Thursday, 6th July 2023

Contact DogLost on

K9 UPDATE 17.07.23 – We have located Rex, he was picked up as a stray on 06.07.23 and taken to kennels. The fact that his microchip was unregistered, wardens/kennels couldnt contact an owner. Rex has served the required waiting days and has since been rehomed by kennels. Owner has been notified.

Rex / Reksas was registered on the fraudulent microchip database allowed to trade in the UK

The Kennels will know where Rex is but because of GDPR rules can’t give the name to Agne.