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WOODBINE - The annual rabies clinic, free to Borough residents and sponsored by the Borough of Woodbine, will be held March 3, from 10 a.m. to noon, at the Woodbine Ambulance Corps Building/Public Safety facility on DeHirsch Avenue. 

For the convenience of borough residents, licenses may be obtained at Borough Hall the day of the clinic from 10 a.m. until noon. Proof of current rabies vaccination must be presented.

Residents are asked to have dogs on leashes with proper collars and cats in carriers.

Information on low-cost spay and neuter for Woodbine residents will be available at the clinic.

Licensing is required by borough ordinance; licenses can be obtained from the Municipal Clerk at Borough Hall, 501 Washington Avenue, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

“I am pleased that the borough is able to provide this service because of revenue generated from the required license registration fees,” stated Mayor William Pikolycky in a release.

  • All cats and dogs in the borough must be licensed or owners will be in violation of borough ordinance.
  • License fees for dogs are $8.20 if spayed or neutered; $11.20 if not. 
  • Cats $5, regardless.
  • If purchased after Mar. 31, a $5 late fee will be added.

Proof of spay and neuter must be brought in to receive the lower license fees.

Any questions about the clinic or licenses, call the Borough Clerk at 861-2153.     

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