Hoboken Dog Ordinances

Recently, City employees were seen handing this handy info out in area parks where dogs and their owners congregate. It reminds owners of the laws in place that require that you should curb your dog (i.e., not in the middle of the sidewalk), pick up after him/her, and have a secure collar on the pup.

Is all this recent responsiveness by the City a result of them “taking action”, or is it because it’s close to the election?

Oh, in regards to “leasing” a dog, does anyone know where I can get a quality canine for under $49 a month with no money down?

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Hoboken dog ordinances

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40 Comments on "Hoboken Dog Ordinances"


kooky kat
Member
9 years 4 months ago

Well, to be honest, a don’t think a lot of people do. But, if you should ever lose her, or she ran away, it’s good to have a license so if someone finds her they can track you down.

I’ll be honest, mine is 8 now, and I have probably licensed him probably 6 of those 8 years. I am probably one of the more responsible dog owners so, imagine how many people aren’t doing it!

Alison
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Alison
9 years 4 months ago

Yeah she is a small pooper-but Im petrified by neighbors so I run around after her with the little plastic bags and clean it right up. I still get looks from people when she poops on the sidewalk, but Im not sure where else she’s supposed to go!! I’d train her for the toilet, but she is only 7 inches tall so she is having trouble with that.

She has all her shots and everything, just didnt know we had to tell the town about her. Thanks for your help! 😛

kooky kat
Member
9 years 4 months ago

Your dog sounds like she might poop the size of a peanut, but people on here will still complain that you’re letting your dog crap all over the place! :mrgreen:

If you need to get her registered, she needs to have all of her shots (ususally dogs are 6-8 months before that happens) then you send the paperwork into city hall. The information should be on the city’s website. (HAHA) Like I mentioned above, you can take her to the free vaccination on the 19th, but it sounds as if she’s too young for that. The people at the vets office would also probably be a good place to find out all the information you need to send in, it’s been so long for me I don’t remember.

Alison
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Alison
9 years 4 months ago

[quote comment=”24882″]What’s your address? We’ll put you on our route!! :twisted:[/quote]

Hehehehe….sorry, had to laugh!

So, I am a new dog owner, but let me get this straight, I have to have her registered in Hoboken AND I can never take her to a park? And I have to put a tag on her at all times? The little thing doesnt go outside except when I walk her around the block. Now that the weather is nice, I can’t take her anywhere? She is all of 4 lbs for godsake! 🙁

kooky kat
Member
9 years 4 months ago

What’s your address? We’ll put you on our route!! 😈

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