Mon – Fri: 8:30 – 4:00
Closed from 12–1pm

(609) 883-2900 
2 Jake Garzio Drive
Ewing, NJ 08628

Drive Through Rabies Clinic on Saturday, May 11th

The first 2024 Free Rabies Vaccine Clinic for cats and dogs will be held on Saturday, May 11, 2024.

Rabies Clinics 2024On Saturday, May 11th from 9 am – 11 am Ewing Township will be hosting a free Drive-Thru Rabies clinic for cats and dogs at the Veteran's Memorial Pavilion located in the rear parking lot of the Municipal Complex. 

All citizens and pets will be required to stay in their cars and follow the directions of workers who will guide vehicles through the process around the rear parking lot. Vehicles should enter on Graphics Drive by River Horse Brewery and exit by Jake Garzio Drive


All pets must be brought to the clinic site on a leash or in an appropriate carrier by someone capable of maintaining control of the animal, and pets should remain in the cars with their owners. To determine vaccine eligibility please bring your pet's vaccination records.

Dog License Renewal

For your convenience the Health Department will also be handing out dog license applications during the clinic and will begin accepting applications on June 1st which is the start of the license year.

This event will take place rain or shine. 

Dog License Application

Scoop the Poop Reminder

Finally, we offer this gentle reminder that  that picking up after your dog's waste is important for the overall health of our community: your health, the health of your pet, and our environment.

Scooping your dog's poop isn't just common courtesy; it's the healthy and environmentally sound thing to do, AND it's the law!  Township ordinance prohibits dog owners from allowing their pet’s waste to remain on private or public land. 

Healthy Scooping Tips
  • Always clean up after your pet on walks and remind your neighbors and friends to do the same.
  • Don't allow the need to scoop to accumulate in your own yard - keep an eye out and scoop immediately.
  • Take multiple bags on walks, just in case.
  • Throw out dog waste using a bio-degradable bag OR flush waste down the toilet (where it will eventually end up in a wastewater treatment plant).
  • Do NOT throw dog waste in a compost bin.
  • Start a campaign to get your community involved, installing pet disposal facilities, poop scoopers and other convenient items to encourage locals to clean up after their pets.