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Click here to access a list of emergency veterinary hospitals in New Jersey.
Visit the AVMA's American Board of Veterinary Specialties to learn more about veterinary specialists and find one near you.
Visit our Budgeting for a Pet page for tips for budgeting for veterinary care.
Visit https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/pet-travel/interstate-pet-travel for information on intrastate travel with pets.
Visit https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/pet-travel for information on traveling abroad with pets.
Dogs seven months of age or older must be licensed annually through the municipality where the owner lives. Many municipalities also require cat licensing. Click here for more information.
New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife advises against disturbing young wildlife. Injured wildlife is best cared for by a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. For a list of rehabilitators please click here. The NJ Department of Health warns that a wild or stray animal who is acting aggressive or appears to be sick may be carrying Rabies. Click here for more information on Rabies in New Jersey.