Pet Licensing


Borough Code §69, Article IV and V require the owners of dogs over the age of seven (7) months, and cats over the age of six (6) months to obtain licenses for their pets by January 31st each year. The ordinance also provides for late fees to be charged to owners who fail to obtain licenses by January 31st.

All dogs and cats must be vaccinated against rabies.

Haddonfield annually hosts a free rabies clinic typically on the last Saturday of April from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.  All residents are encouraged to bring their pets for this free service.  Borough personnel are also on hand to license your pet at that time.

For additional information regarding rabies vaccinations from the NJ State Department of Health & Human Services, Camden County Office of the County Health Officer, please click here.

Please check out our Animal Control Officer's website - Independent Animal Care Services, LLC - for information on:

           - Wildlife Concerns 
           - Surrendering an Animal   
           - Shelters
           - FAQ's
           - and much, much more

If you would like to receive a yearly reminder to renew your pet's license via email, please sign up for E-notify link on the home page.

Print and Complete the application  (PDF) and either send or personally deliver the form, along with the appropriate payment, as well as a copy of your pets' proof of rabies vaccination to:

Pet Licensing, Room 101
Borough of Haddonfield
242 Kings Highway East
Haddonfield, New Jersey 08033.

The fees for licensing are:

Dates  Dogs  Cats 
On or Before January 31st:     
$21.00 for neutered/spayed
$24.00 for non-neutered/spayed       
$17.00 for neutered/spayed
$24.00 for non-neutered/spayed

February 1 to April 30th:
$26.00 for neutered/spayed
$29.00 for non-neutered/spayed   
$22.00 for neutered/spayed
$29.00 for non-neutered/spayed

After April 30th:

$31.00 for neutered/spayed
$34.00 for non-neutered/spayed

$27.00 for neutered/spayed
$34.00 for non-neutered/spayed

NOTE:  no late fees are charged when licencing new pets
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