Proposed discount on municipal taxes to those who adopt … – Journal Black River

Adopt a pet from the street can have his or her benefit with the discount of up to 20% in the rate of the city for paid services, if thrives the draft ordinance of the council member of Pro, Daniel Gonzalez.

The initiative promotes an incentive program for adoptions of pets street by which it will be offered the discounted purchase of food for pets for those who take into custody an animal without landlord having the Address of the Veterinary and Zoonotic diseases.

The problems of the urban fauna is staffed currently with campaigns of sterilization and dewormed the animals and in addition there is a municipal kennel, but his ability is collapsed.

Gonzalez raised that in order to encourage the adopters of pets must be given a ticket discount on pet food, and after a year of adoption, if it is found that the animal has been well cared for, the taxpayer would receive a 10% discount on the fee for services paid. The reduction in the rate would reach 20% within two years of the adoption.

To implement the changes, the alderman supports the creation of a registry of adoptive parents, to which Veterinary medicine and Zoonoses deliver an animal without an owner –or care for an Animal protection organization – wormed and sterilized.

The idea of the discount was taken from the town of Alta Gracia, Cordoba, where the prospective adopter obtains food monthly to the animal you adopt and a 50% discount on the municipal taxes.

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