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Pregnancy in itself does not preclude a dog or cat from receiving a rabies immunization; however, it is up to the Veterinarian administering the shot to decide if the pregnant dog or cat should receive the shot.
Please note that the New Jersey Department of Health, in response to the rabies epidemic in our wildlife, is requiring that you immunize your dog every two years even if the inoculation is good for three years.
It is important to note that 2032 Dog Licenses will not be issued if rabies immunization expires before November 1, 2023.
A dog is required to have a dog license by 7 months of age and the dog must receive a rabies vaccine before getting the dog license.
A cat can get a rabies vaccine at 6 months old.
Free rabies immunizations are offered for your dog or cat. All clinics will be held at the McManimon Building:320 Scully AvenueHamilton, NJ (Scully Avenue is off of Olden Avenue, between Liberty Street and Cedar Lane, opposite the Olden Pharmacy).
Cats must be in carriers and dogs must be leashed; dogs should be muzzled if necessary. For more information, call 609-586-0311.
For pets of Hamilton Township residents only: