If you find that the ‘Species’ is recorded wrongly on the National ChipChecker, contact the Passport Issuing Organisation and notify them. They will then guide you through the process to rectify this. Once sorted, they will update their records and also update the Central Equine Database. 

You may also want to check the National ChipChecker 24 hours after you have notified the PIO to check that the Central Equine Database has been updated. If it hasn’t contact your PIO again.

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