Hamilton Holds Free Rabies Clinic
for Residents’ Dogs and Cats on Wednesday, June 7th
Mayor Kelly Yaede is inviting residents to take advantage of
Hamilton’s upcoming free rabies immunization for their dogs and cats.
Hamilton Township will hold its next free rabies
immunization on Wednesday, June 7, 2017,
at the McManimon Township Building
located at 320 Scully Avenue,
between the hours of 5 PM and 7 PM.
Note for Directions: The McManimon Building at 320 Scully Avenue is located off
of Olden Avenue, between Liberty Street and Cedar Lane, opposite the Olden
As a courtesy, Hamilton’s rabies clinics are open to pets of
Township residents only (proof of
residency is required), and are free
“Our free rabies clinics
are a great way for our residents to protect their pets’ health, as well as
public health,” explains Mayor Kelly Yaede. “I hope
many of our residents will take full advantage of these free immunizations for
their dogs or cats.”
For residents utilizing this Township service, all dogs must
be leashed. As a safety precaution, dogs
should be muzzled, if necessary. All
cats must arrive in a carrier.
In response to the rabies epidemic in our wildlife, the New
Jersey Department of Health Policy requires the immunization of dogs every 2
years, even if the inoculation is good for a 3 year period.
Following the June 7th clinic, Hamilton Township
is scheduled to hold its final rabies
clinic of the year on September 13, 2017.
Residents can find out more about Hamilton Township’s free
rabies immunization clinics and other Health Division services online at: HamiltonNJ.com/Health