Middlesex County Health Department
Paras Shingra, Health Investigator
(732) 356-7400 Ext. 252
GENERAL HEALTH INFORMATION
Flu Shot Information, click here.
For a pamphlet on "Rodents: Controlling and Eliminating Infestations," click here.
For a handout on "Mosquitoes...What Everyone Should Know, Q&A," by the Middlesex County Mosquito Extermination Commission, click here.
For information on COVID-19, please visit our homepage under Latest News.
REMINDERS ABOUT DOG AND CAT LICENSES
Click for: Dog and Cat License Application
Dog licensing occurs January 1-31.
Cat licensing occurs May 1-31.
Rabies Vaccinations (Proof is required.)
For Dogs: STATE LAW requires that in order to ISSUE A LICENSE, the rabies vaccination MUST NOT EXPIRE PRIOR TO NOVEMBER 1 of the licensing year. To qualify for a license in 2023, the dog rabies vaccination expiration date has to be valid until November 1, 2023 or license will NOT be issued as per the State of New Jersey.
For Cats: STATE LAW requires that order to ISSUE A LICENSE the rabies vaccination MUST NOT EXPIRE PRIOR TO MARCH 1, 2024 for the 2023 licensing year.
|Free Rabies Clinics|
|Green Brook - November 4, 9-10 am at Town Hall- 111 Green Brook Road|
|Bridgewater - November 18, 9-10:30 am at Finderne Firehouse - 672 E. Main Street|
|Watchung - December 2, 9-10 am at Watchung Firehouse - 57 Mountain Avenue|
|No Registration Needed - Pets Must Be At Least 6 Months of Age - Dogs Must Be Leashed- Cats Must Be in a Carrier|
|Held By: Middle-Brook Regional Health Commission - 111 Greenbrook Road - 732-968-2501|