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The Paramus Board of Health will conduct its free rabies immunization clinic for
dogs and cats according to Judith Migliaccio, Borough Health Officer, on Thursday,
May 2nd from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. The clinic will be held at the Life Safety Building on Carlough Drive.
Rabies vaccination with three year duration of immunity will be used. If you are
nearing the end of your pets rabies expiration and need to be re-vaccinated, please attend
our clinic. All pets must be accompanied by an adult. Dogs must be on a leash and cats
must be in a carrying container. Vaccination is free of charge, and residents may
purchase dog and cat licenses at the clinic.
This program is basically for all dogs and cats who are due for a new rabies shot this year.
State law makes rabies vaccination of dogs and cats mandatory prior to the issuance of a license.
Board of Health President, Dr. Eric Nazziola, urges all residents to take advantage of this free clinic
for the sake of the health of our families and our pets.