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MANAGEMENT OF DOMESTIC ANIMAL RABIES EXPOSURES
New Jersey law requires that whenever a dog, cat, or other animal has been known or suspected to have been bitten by an animal known or suspected to be affected by rabies, the owner of the animal or any person with knowledge of the incident shall notify the local health department with jurisdiction where the animal is located (N.J.S.A 26:4-78).

DISASTER RELIEF
For those feeling the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, view a list of resources for veterinarians and pet owners.

TRANSPORTING UNRESTRAINED ANIMALS
View the NJVMA and NJSPCA joint statment on transporting unrestrained animals recognized as animal cruelty under the New Jersey animal cruelty statute.

NJVMA PRACTICE BENCHMARK SURVEY
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ANIMAL ABUSE GUIDELINES
The NJVMA Animal Welfare Committee's report on how veterinarians can recognize, document, and report animal abuse and testify in animal abuse cases.

Found a pet? The microchip lookup tool checks participating pet recovery service databases in an effort to identify lost animals.

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