Although Animal Control Officers (ACO) are not members of the department, they are supervised by the Patrol Division. ACO's respond to reports of injured domestic animals, animals running at large and other animal related problems. Anyone needing the services of the Animal Control Officers should contact the dispatcher at 609.723.8300. At this time, we can only provide animal control services Sunday through Thursday, 7 A.M. to 3:30 P.M..

Animal Control advises that cats be kept indoors and make sure your pets are up-to-date on shots. Puppies and kittens over twelve weeks old can be vaccinated for rabies so they can have protection if they do go out in the yard. Animal Control also reminds residents that no animals are allowed to roam at large to include cats. They also advise to spay and neuter your pets to help with the over population of animals. It also helps curb the roaming urges that animals get. For low cost spay and neutering information call (856) 663-1836. Don't forget dog licenses are due by January 31st.

Pemberton Township Code Referencing Animal Ownership   (search for animals)

Animal Control Officer:

  • Sharon Warren

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