By Sarah Bleau, FOX 31
Pet owners could see an almost eight percent increase in their medical bills if particular house bills pass a tax on pet services and veterinarian expenses.
“I think they should find another way to get their money. I shouldn’t be charged extra if I have a pet,” says pet owner Virginia Swift.
If pet expenses are taxed, it would provide the state with nearly $20,000 in revenue, which veterinarians say isn’t worth it when it comes to the total estimated tax revenue for the state, which comes out to $246,738.
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