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Free Rabies Clinic

The Bridgewater Division of Health strongly urges all Township residents to have their dogs and cats immunized against rabies.  Rabies in wildlife, especially raccoons, continues to be a public health concern in New Jersey as well as Bridgewater Township.  The best defense against rabies is prompt vaccination of domestic animals.  Township residents may bring their pets to be immunized against rabies at the clinics. 

Tuesday May 23rd          

Dogs only 6 PM to 7 PM

 Cats only 7PM to 8 PM

It is extremely important that all dogs brought to the clinic be securely leashed and accompanied by an adult.  All cats must be leashed or contained in a secure box or carrier.  Current license information will speed processing but is not necessary for a vaccination.  All rabies vaccinations will be provided to pets free of charge.   

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