Goals and Objectives
Veterinary services aim to prevent and ease the suffering of animals. They protect humans from the dangers and hazards of diseases that originate in animals and also carefully monitor food supplies that are derived from animal sources.
At the same time, we aspire to create a harmonious existence between animals and humans.
If you are in possession of a dangerous dog, click here to view Netanya City regulations for possesion of a dangerous dog.
Mondays also 15:00-17:00
Veterinary Services, 12 Haracav St., Kiryat Eliezer Industrial Area, Netanya
Get your Dog Licensed and Vaccinated for 2009
The City of Netanya reminds everyone to get a dog license for 2008 and to vaccinate dogs for rabies. In an effort to prevent rabies the municipality treats the subject with gravity
If you own a dog, you must get an annual license to keep it. The auxiliary law dealing with dog supervision and rabies states that everyone must vaccinate their dog for rabies once they have reached the age of three months. After that, the dog must be vaccinated annually.
To be licensed, your dog must carry an electronic chip. Any veterinarian can give you one of those.
You can get your dog license and vaccination all year long at the Veterinary Services, 12 Harakav Street at the old Industrial Area (near the Ort School).
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 10:00-12:00
And Mondays: 15:30-16:30
Please remember that according to the law, you must not take a dog to a public place unless it is leashed and wears a muzzle. The owner must carry a bag for poop collection.
Dogs wondering around in freely in public places may be captured without warning.
Dogs and cats that have bitten a human must be brought to the Municipal Quarantine Station within 24 hours.
Please be notified that as part of the effort to prevent rabies, the municipality is very strict about enforcing the law and will persecute those who break the law and the rabies order by all means.