Upcoming Events

2015 Free Rabies Clinics


*UPDATE: No projected rabies vaccine is available to rabies clinics scheduled during the months of March and April 2015.  Please check with Your Township for Clinic availability.

All County residents are allowed to participate in all Free Rabies Clinics. However residents will not be able to purchase township dog / cat licenses outside of your Township.

All dogs over 30lbs in weight must be muzzled.

Township Date Time Location
Clayton 7 February 9am - 11am Borough Garage / Bernard St
Deptford 18 April 9 am - 10:30 am Rt. 41 Garage
East Greenwich 24 January 10 am - 12 pm Peaslee Annex / 21 E. Cohawkin Rd
Elk 7 February 10 am - 12 pm  Municipal Garage/ Whig Lane Rd
Franklin 7 February Cats 9 am - 10 am
Dogs 10:15 am - 2 pm
Public Works Garage / Broad Street
Glassboro 31 January 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm Boro Garage / 125 Grove St.
Greenwich 28 February 9 am - 11 am Boro Garage / 1200 Memorial Ave.
Harrison 7 March Dogs 9 am - 10:15 am
Cats 10:15 am - 11 am
Public Works Garage / 161 Colson Ln
Logan 7 March 1 pm - 3 pm Public Works Garage / 125 Main St
Mantua 21 March 9 am - 10:30 am Public Works Garage / Main St
Monroe 24 January 11 am - 1 pm Public Works Garage / 1040 Glassboro Rd.
National Park November 1pm - 2pm Public Works Garage
Newfield 14 March 10 am - 12 noon Municipal Complex/ 18 Catawba Ave
Paulsboro 14 March 1 pm - 3 pm Boro Garage / Baird ave
Pitman 28 March 9 am - 10:30am Public Works Garage / 599 Elwood ave
South Harrison 21 March 10 am - 12 pm Municipal Bldg / 664 Harrisonville Rd
Swedesboro 21 March 1 pm - 3 pm Woolwich Firehouse / 1517 Kings Highway
Washington 14 February 9 am - 11 am Boro Garage / McClure Dr.
Wenonah 10 January 11am - 12:30 pm Firehouse / 14 S. West Ave
West Deptford 7 March 9 am - 12 pm Boro Garage / Grove Rd
Westville 28 March  11:30 am - 1pm Boro Garage / 114 Crown Point Rd
Woodbury 24 January 9 am - 10:30 am Friendship Fire Hall / 29 Delaware St.
Woodbury Heights 10 January 10 am - 11:30 am Community Center / Helen ave
Woolwich 21 March 1 pm - 3 pm Woolwich Firehouse / 1517 Kings Highway


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Spring ... season of tulips, lilies, daffodils - and cat adoptions!
Each spring during “kitten season,” thousands of newborn kittens join the millions of cats already in shelters across the country. That means your local shelter has tons of cute, cuddly newborns, in addition to all the mellow, older cats and everything in between. And the shelter staff are ready to help you adopt your very first cat — or to bring home a friend for another beloved cat!
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Adopt-A-Dog Month®
October is American Humane Association's Adopt-A-Dog Month
What Can An Adopted Dog Bring To Your Life? There are as many responses to that question as there are dogs in this world! That’s why -- during American Humane Association’s Adopt-A-Dog Month celebration in October -- we’re encouraging people to adopt a shelter dog and experience the joy of finding their own answers.

November is National ‘Adopt a Senior Pet’ Month!

Did you know that senior animals are the hardest to find homes for? There are many benefits to adopting a senior pet. Older pets are typically calmer than puppies and kittens, with a low-key, mellow disposition, making them an idealcandidate for families with children. Plus, with senior pets, what you see is what you get. Their personalities are already developed, so you can tell right away if they will be a good fit for your family. Stop by your local Shelter to see what senior animals are waiting for new homes. Or become a volunteer and spend a little extra time with a senior animal!

December 2, 2015: National Mutt Day
Let’s celebrate the mutts in our lives that have become devoted family members! Research shows that mixed breed animals tend to be healthier than pedigrees, better behaved and live longer. Stop by your local Shelter today to see what mixed breed pets are waiting for you! Or become a volunteer and spend some time with a mixed breed animal!

December 4, 2015: World Wildlife Conservation Day
World Wildlife Conservation Day was created to raise awareness of the crime being committed to wildlife, every day, across the continents and oceans. Elephants, rhino’s and tigers are at the frontline of poaching and wildlife trafficking. Will you take the pledge to stop wildlife crime? To learn more about what you can do to help, visit the World Wildlife Foundation website: