Can I travel to France with my dog?
The first step to prepare your dog , cat or ferret to enter France is to have your pet microchipped with an ISO 11784/11785 compliant 15 digit pet microchip. If your pet currently has a microchip that is not ISO 11784/11785 compliant, then you have 3 choices: You can bring your own microchip scanner.
Can you take your dog to France from UK?
If your dog has a Pet Passport and is legally good to travel there are two main options to take your dog from the UK to France : Eurotunnel or ferry crossing. Both are approved routes under the PETS Travel Scheme.
Are dogs allowed on ferry to France?
Obviously, you can take a dog to France without booking a pet-friendly cabin- but you’ll be leaving them in the car. They won’t be allowed onboard the ferry with you.
What documents do I need to take my dog to France?
Your dog will require a pet passport, a microchip and a valid rabies vaccination, from at least 21 days before your date of travel.
Do dogs have to be muzzled in France?
Brittany Ferries have a Pets travel scheme and it is their rule that all dogs must be muzzled during check-in. I guess you need to spend some time acclimatizing your pet to this treatment, don’t leave it until the day you travel.
How much is a pet passport UK?
Generally, it will be compulsory to get a pet passport, which costs around £60 , a microchip for your pet, as well as a rabies vaccine or booster.
Which UK airlines allow dogs in cabin?
The main 3 airlines that allow pets in the cabin are: KLM , Lufthansa and TUI . This only applies for very small pets that weigh less than 8kg and would have to be booked direct through the airline, without the assistance of a pet export company like Fetchapet.
What dogs are banned in France?
Category 1: Banned breeds in France Staffordshire Terrier . American Staffordshire Terrier (Pitbull Terrier) Japanese Tosa Inu . Boerbull Mastiff .
Can I take my dog to France on Eurotunnel?
Only five pets per vehicle are permitted to travel to and from France .
Do dogs have to stay in the car on a ferry?
Most ferries allow you to leave your dog in your car . Dogs left in cars should have suitable access to fresh water, and windows should be left ajar to allow fresh air in. Most ferry companies recommend the use of on-board kennels if available.
Can I take my dog on holiday to Spain?
Entry requirements for dogs into Spain You must carry a valid EU pet passport. Your dog must have a microchip (or have a clearly legible tattoo from before 3rd July 2011). Your dog has to be at least 12 weeks old when it receives its first rabies vaccination, which must be administered by a licensed veterinarian.
Do dogs need passports to travel?
In order to travel , your dog will need a pet passport which you can obtain from certain registered vets. If your regular vet can ‘t issue a passport , they will be able to point you in the direction of one that does .
How do I apply for a European passport for my dog?
Pet Passports are issued by authorised EU vets only; you cannot get them in non- EU countries. To apply for a Pet Passport , you will need to identify an authorised vet first. Make an appointment and take your pet along. You will also need to take his or her vaccination records, medical records and proof of identity.
Can I travel to Europe with my dog?
Your pet will need an EU pet passport, a microchip, a rabies vaccination and a tapeworm treatment (for dogs). You must wait 21 days from the date of the rabies vaccination before travelling , and make sure your pet is microchipped first – otherwise the rabies jab won’t count.