RIDGEFIELD, N.J. -- The Ridgefield Board of Health is reminding pet owners that dog and cat licenses are required and current licenses expire June 30.
Pet owners have until July 31 to renew their dog/cat licenses without any penalty. The fee is $15 for not spayed/neutered and $12 for spayed/neutered. As of Aug. 1, a $20 late fee will be added.
Residents who have new dogs/cats, unregistered dogs/cats or who need renewal applications may obtain one at the Ridgefield Health Department or online (under Forms & Applications).
Pet owners should note that per state guidelines rabies shots that expire prior to April 1, 2017 are not valid for licensing purposes and a rabies booster shot is required.
License fees can be paid for by check (made out to: Ridgefield Health Department) or by cash at the health department. If you have any questions, please contact the department at 201-943-6062.
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