New York Health Department Chasing Up Unlicensed Dog-Sitters

by Admin on July 26, 2017

According to The New York Post, dog-sitters who are found unlicensed in New York are being hit with fines by The Health Department.  If anyone in New York plans to be boarding or taking care of a man’s best friend, they will need to have a kennel license, by law.

Popular dog-sitting app, Rover, is significantly cheaper than traditional kennels starting at around$20 a night whereas a cage in a Manhattan kennel can charge $60 and up.

As New York is known for its high cost of living, most dog-sitters on Rover are unlicensed residents who use Rover as a second source of income to make ends meet.

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It is currently unclear what purpose the licensing requirement serves.

Read more here.

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