Some pet sitting services are taxable. A “pet sitter” is a person licensed by the state to be a “pet sitter” and who provides a “pet sitting service” to a pet owner who is either:
At least 18 years of age and at least 18 years (21 but no more than 24 years) of age, excluding the age of the pet, if the pet is on a leash and is not being used for self-protection or for boarding the pet; and,
A child aged at least seven years and under the age of four.
However, when a person provides a pet sitting service not only to a pet but also to one or two of the person’s family members, the pet owner may be considered to have provided all the required service.
Is pet-towing taxable?
A person who is the owner of a pet, or who the pet is being used by, may be liable for a tax on the value of that pet’s transportation if the person is at least 65 years old and the pet is a pet of the person or is being transported to or from a permanent or temporary shelter.
If your pet is being rented, transported, or offered for rent a pet-towing service is taxable.
A person providing a pet-towing service must first make a written offer of the service to you and you must agree to accept the service. The offer must be in writing and must include the following information, provided in the same language as if the information were contained in your bill: the cost of your pet and all necessary service; the name, address, and phone number of the person providing the pet-towing service; the location when the pet is at the owner’s place of residence; and the date the pet was adopted or disposed of by the owner, if you are the owner of the pet, the date your pet was adopted or disposed of by the owner, or when the owner has no one at the property of the owner providing the service.
A pet owner whose pet dies is not liable for a tax on its death. However, the person providing the pet-towing service may be liable for a tax on the value of the pet while the person is the owner of the pet. A “pet-towing service” is not a “pet-taking service” under this section and it is not a “pet sitter” as defined under subsection (g) of this section if the service is
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