1. The Laws of New York
  2. Unconsolidated Laws
  3. Lost and Strayed Animals 115/1894


Section 13 No title

Lost and Strayed Animals 115/1894 (LSA)

(1) An exemption from the dog licensing requirements of this act shall be provided for the following persons, organizations, and businesses:

  (a) individuals who are non-residents of such city, or who are temporarily residing in such city for a period not to exceed thirty days;

  (b) individuals for the first thirty days after becoming a resident of such city; and

  (c) for dogs in their temporary custody for the purposes of redemption by an owner, placement for adoption, boarding, grooming, training, veterinary treatment or provision of other services: animal shelters, duly incorporated humane societies, duly incorporated societies for the prevention of cruelty to animals, duly incorporated animal protective associations, boarding kennels, grooming parlors, salons, pet shops, training establishments or similar businesses or establishments.

  (2) An exemption from the dog license fees of section two of this act shall be provided for guide dogs, hearing dogs, service dogs or police work dogs, as such terms are defined in section 108 of the agriculture and markets law.