Dog tax Determination Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

The dog tax is a local expense tax. It can be levied by the municipalities according to municipal statute law for the keeping of dogs. The owner of a dog is someone who has taken in a dog in his household or business. The keeping of e.B guide dogs, service dogs, dogs of forestry officials and hunting supervisors may be exempt or reduced depending on the municipal statutes.

When moving to another municipality, the dog owner is obliged to re-register. With a re-registration in another municipality, differentiated dog tax amounts can be incurred. If you have deregistered the dog, you will receive a new tax assessment. You will then no longer have to pay taxes for the dog. If you have already paid taxes at the time of deregistration, you will receive money back accordingly.
After the registration of the dog, dog tax stamps are issued, which must be returned when the dog is deregistered. The dog tax stamp must be carried and presented on request.

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