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VILLAS - Jan. 21, Lower Township council voted unanimously to renew the township's contract with Shore Animal Control.
Residents can call animal control for assistance at 1-800-351-1822.
Local officials and Shore Animal Control would also like to remind
residents to pay close attention to weather reports for forecasts of
storms and extreme temperatures and please bring pets indoors during
these hazardous weather conditions.
In recent weeks animal control officers have received numerous

Dennis Township Residents Encouraged to License Dogs

SEAVILLE - Shore Animal Control Services, the company which
provides animal control services for the Township of Dennis would like
to inform residents about the importance of licensing for dogs and cats.
The township recently held its annual rabies clinic and began the
process of licensing and registering dogs in the township. A late fee of
five dollars ($5.) will be charge for each dog license not secured by
Feb. 1, 2014, so the residents are encouraged to visit the township hall
to license before the increase of fees.

Lower Township to Change Animal Control for 2014

Lower Township to Change Animal Control for 2014VILLAS - Lower Township Council approved a $50,000 annual contract
with Shore Animal Control Services Jan. 6 that will produce a cost
savings and better efficiency for taxpayers.
Lower Township Manager Mike Voll said the township and
police department conducted an analysis of the costs of outsourcing
animal control.
“We’re not cutting jobs, the three people that do part-time
animal control are not losing their jobs,” said Voll. “They have
full-time jobs with the public works department.”

Animal Control Receives Reports of Animals Left Outside

Animal Control Receives Reports of Animals Left OutsidePets and Animals | Mon, 01/06/2014 - 1:47 am | Updated 10 hours 2 min ago | Read 400 | Commented 1 | Emailed 0By Press Release SEAVILLE - Shore Animal Control Services would like to thank the public for responding to their request for help in reporting animals left outside during the extreme cold temperatures.


NJ Residents Can Sign Up Now to Spay or Neuter Pets for Only $10
County Government | Sat, 11/23/2013 - 1:37 am | Updated 3 days 15 hours ago | Read 1352 | Commented 1 | Emailed 2


By Press Release

Burak Souzer of Cape May Court House pictured with his rescue
dog Lucky, took advantage of the state program last month.


 Seaville, New Jersey:  Upper Township held their 2012 Free Rabies
Vaccination Clinic last Saturday at Shore Veterinarians in Seaville. Mayor
Palombo and new Committeeman Ed Barr were there to greet residents and  introduce Barr to his new duties overseeing
animal control issues for the township. Mayor Palmobo and  Barr were pleased with the turnout which
included over 95 dogs and 12 cats for the February clinic. An even larger turn

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