All dogs and cats must be licensed by January 31, please add a $5.00 late fee if you have not yet mailed in your pet license. In order to license your dog or cat, the rabies vaccination must be valid for 10 months out of the licensing year (through October 31st). Please send in a self-addressed, stamped envelope with your license renewal.
2018 Animal License Renewals
RANDOLPH TOWNSHIP ANIMAL CONTROL 973-989-7050
| Animal Control & Licensing
All dogs and cats shall be licensed in accordance with State law. Licenses should be obtained from the Health Department prior to January 31st of each year.
For a copy of the pet licensing application click here.
A Free Rabies clinic is offered annually in Mendham Township at the Brookside Emergency Services Building sometime in December or January. Sign up for our e-notification system on the home page to receive important News and Announcements including the date and time for this annual clinic.
Mendham Township Animal Control Services are provided by Randolph Township. Township residents should call Randolph Township directly at 973 989-7050 or click here for their website. For after hours, holidays and weekends please call Mendham Township Police dispatch at 973 543-2581.
Are you contemplating the addition of a four-legged furry friend to your family? Visit the Randolph Animal Pound. The adoption procedure is simple and the adoption fee is a nominal $50.00. Pets available for adoption may be seen at the shelter or previewed online at www.pound.petfinder.orgInformation regarding volunteering and donations may also be found at this external web site.
Monday through Friday: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Saturday: 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Closed on Sundays and holidays
Located on Sussex Turnpike, adjacent to the Randolph Township Department of Public Works and Recycling Center.
| Support The Randolph Animal Pound
The Friends of the Randolph Animal Pound
The Friends of the Randolph Animal Pound is a group of individuals who advocate for homeless animals by providing support services for the pound. Membership is open to residents of all communities. The Friends serve the cause by raising funds for veterinary services and by contributing and soliciting dog and cat food, bedding, toys and other items needed by pound “residents.” Some of the members help out at adoption days, serve as dog walkers or act as foster parents for kittens who need to be socialized before they are ready to be adopted into their forever homes.
The Friends is a registered non-profit organization that needs your help. If you are interested in joining, please contact Claudine at 973.886.1485 or via e-mail.