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Traveling with Dogs

In most countries, small dogs travel free or at a minimal charge, and large dogs travel at half 2nd class fare (even if traveling with passenger in 1st class)

Often, dogs are required to be kept in a traveling container or must wear a muzzle and a leash.

In some countries (e.g. Spain and Great Britain) dogs are not allowed. For special regulations for the French - Spanish Hotel-trains pets are admitted if the compartment is reserved entirely.


Eurostar allow seeing eye dogs
on board its fast passenger services from London to Paris, Brussels and Lille.  Guide dogs will travel at no additional charge.  Please note: Eurostar continues its policy of not transporting other animals or pets.  Waterloo International will be the only UK reception point for the admittance of guide dogs.  Guide dog facilities are not available at Ashford International Terminal.  The number of guide dogs on each train will be limited due to the requirement to have an allocated staff member per blind/partially sighted person and guide dog.

 

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