Toms River Shelter Hosting Free Rabies Clinic

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TOMS RIVER-The Toms River Animal Facility will be holding a free rabies clinic on Saturday, January 14, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. until noon.

Ocean County residents are reminded to bring proof of prior immunization, if applicable, and proof the animal is spayed or neutered. That day, Toms River residents can also get their pet’s license renewed. Payment for licenses accepted in
cash or check. All dogs and cats must be leashed or in a carrier.

The Toms River Animal Facility is located at 235 Oak Avenue, adjacent to Police Headquarters.

Toms River dog owners are reminded that all dogs over seven months of age must be licensed each year, per State law. In Toms River, dog licenses must be renewed each year in January. In  order to purchase a dog license, the owner must present a current rabies shot certificate with an expiration date after November 1, 2017. If the shot expires before November 1st, the dog cannot be licensed.

The cost is $15 for a spayed/neutered dog and $20 if not spayed or neutered, with proof from a veterinarian, if not on file.

All pet licenses can be renewed in person at the Toms River Health Department, 33 Washington Street, or by mail.

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