Georgia bill would impose tax on pet services, veterinary costs

03/2/2011 | WFXL-TV (Albany, Ga.)

A bill under consideration in Georgia aims to impose a tax on veterinary expenses and pet services as a means of generating revenue for the state. Veterinarians have expressed a concern that the measure could force them to raise fees charged to pet owners, which could in turn cause clients to forgo care for their animals.

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