NUTLEY, NJ - Dozens of cats and dogs came out to Nutley's annual rabies clinic Monday April 8 at Nutley Public Safety Headquarters. The free rabies clinic continues Tuesday April 9 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. for all of the furever friends who could not make it on Monday.
In order to reside in Nutley, every dog and cat must be registered with the township. Vaccinations against rabies are a part of the registration process. After receiving their free vaccines, a separate station was set up for registering the four legged residents. Every dog and cat was accompanied by their human to fill out the required paperwork.
The licenses, a brass collar tag, not only proves registration, but helps reunite dogs and cats with their humans should they wander off.
Dogs and cats that are not registered during the rabies clinics, can register during regular office hours at the Nutley Municipal Clerk's Office in Nutley Town Hall, One Kennedy Drive, Nutley.
- Spayed/Neutered Dog and Cat Licenses: $15.00
- Non-Spayed/Neutered Dog and Cat Licenses: $18.00
License Fees for Senior Citizens 65 years of age and over:
- Spayed/Neutered Dogand Cat Licenses: $12.00
- Non-Spayed/Neutered Dog and Cat Licenses: $15.00
- By check or cash. If paying in person please bring the exact amount.
There will be late night dog and cat registration at Town Hall later this month. Dog and cats do not need to be present for registration at the clerk's office. However, high ranking officials have disclosed to TAPinto Nutley that township employees enjoy visits from dogs and cats during registration days.
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