2017 Rabies Clinic and License Renewal
Free Rabies Clinic Locations
Saturday, March 4 – Newtonville Fire Hall – 10AM to 12PM
Saturday, March 4 – Richland Fire Hall – 1PM to 3PM
Saturday, March 18 – E. Vineland Fire Hall – 10AM to 12PM
Saturday, March 18 – Collings Lake Fire Hall – 1PM to 3PM
Licenses may be obtained in person or by mail. Enclose a self-addresses, stamped enveloped; valid rabies certificate; spayed/neutered certificate if applicable and a check or money order made payable to “Buena Vista Township”. DO NOT SEND ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS.
Mail to: Buena Vista Township, Attn: Township Clerk
PO Box 605
Buena, NJ 08310
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS WILL RESULT IN A SUMMONS REQUIRING A COURT APPEARANCE AND/OR FINE.
If you have any questions regarding the above requirements, please contact Buena Vista Township’s Dog Licensing Official: (856) 697-2100, extension 1.
Dog & Cat Licenses
APPLICATIONS / LICENSES / PERMITS
Dog licenses are required each year and can be purchased at the Township Clerk’s Office. When purchasing a dog license a valid rabies certificate is required. If your dog is spayed or neutered proof must be provided. After March 31st of each year an additional $7.00 late fee will be charged unless the Township notes otherwise.
Spayed Not Spayed
Neutered or Neutered
Cost (with State fees) $ 12.00 $15.00
Late Fee – after 3/31 $ 7.00
RABIES AND LICENSING CLINICS
Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 4:19-15.2a, animal rabies vaccination immunization must extend thru, at least, the first ten months of the twelve month licensing period. Four rabies and licensing clinics for dogs and cats are held each March at various fire hall locations. See calendar for details. The Atlantic County Animal Shelter (609) 485-2345 also holds clinics. You may also call the Township Clerk’s Office for more details.
Township law requires cats to be registered with the Township Clerk’s Office. The fee is $7.00 per cat spayed and neutered, or $9.00 if not there is a $7.00 late fee after 3/31. A Rabies Certificate is required.
Pickup up after your pets! Animal waste contains a high concentration of nutrients as well as bacteria and disease causing microorganisms that can cause health concerns. Buena Vista Township has adopted Ordinance #2-2005 a State-Mandated law that requires pet owners to immediately and property dispose of their pets solid waste from any public or private property other than their own. Many public areas now have bag dispensers for pet waste collection.
Atlantic County SPCA
(A registered non-profit organization)
The Atlantic County Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in now offering
LOW-COST spay/neuter services
in their brand-new surgery van.
Look for the van in a community near you!
For an application to have your pet spayed or neutered, please call
609-927-9059, or Click Here.