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In an emergency, an Animal Control Officer can be reached by calling the Police Department at (973) 263-4300.
The responsibilities of the Animal Control Division include: the control of disease,
particularly rabies, among wild and domestic animals; maintenance of the Animal
Shelter where adequate housing, food and water are provided; overseeing pet adoptions
at the Shelter; and removal and/or control of stray animals that may be found on
the streets of Parsippany.
Serving as a referral source for all citizens with sick, injured or aged animals,
Animal Control provides information to the public on how best to care for their
pets. They also educate the public with regard to humane treatment, licensing and
restraining laws within the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills.
All local ordinances and animal welfare laws are strictly enforced. Please note
that all dogs must be licensed. There is a leash law in Parsippany that requires
all dogs, when off property, to be contained by a leash.
Neutering programs, including inoculations, are promoted in conjunction with the
Humane Society and New Jersey State Health Department guidelines.
The Animal Control Officers work with all law enforcement officials in conducting
investigations concerning cruelty to animals. The Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills
now has official Cruelty Investigators that are available to respond immediately.
The Animal Control Division issues permits for the Cameron Dog Park.
Tel: (973) 263-7083
1069 Parsippany Boulevard
Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ 07054
Assistant Animal Control Officers: