Question: Can I Take My Dog On The Ferry To Holland?

Don’t leave one of your family members at home!

You and the whole family, including your pet can travel with Stena Line to Holland and the continent.

You can choose for your pet to travel in your car or in kennels that are available onboard the ship.

Please note that all pets must be pre-booked prior to travelling.

Can I take my dog on the ferry to Amsterdam?

As part of the DEFRA Pet Travel Scheme (PETS), we provide safe transportation for your pets onboard our ferries. You will have the opportunity to visit your pets on longer crossings, as arranged by the onboard staff. Our Newcastle-Amsterdam crossing even boasts pet-friendly cabins.

Can I take my dog on Stena Line?

Pets are not permitted in cabins or any other passenger areas onboard. You must pre-book a dog lodge which are available on the Promenade Deck and allow access to your pet throughout the crossing. Not only can you visit your dog but you can also exercise them under controlled conditions and free dog food is available.

Can you take a dog on the ferry?

Dogs, cats and ferrets are all accepted, and can be transported for free. Vehicle owners may leave their pets in their car, or use the on-board kennel facility. Foot passengers may still transport pets if they are in a suitable pet carrier.12 Sep 2016

Can I take my dog to Northern Ireland from UK Stena Line?

Can I take my pet to Ireland or Britain with me? Car Passengers: Cats and dogs may travel in your car free of charge on the Irish Sea. Kennels are available to pre-book on all of our Irish Sea routes at no extra charge (excluding Belfast-Liverpool) on the “Stena Plus & Onboard Extras” step of the booking process.

Can I take my dog on the Eurotunnel?

Once on the Eurotunnel train, dogs must stay in the car at all times but, unlike on the ferry (see below), you can also stay with your dog in the car. The fact that the Eurotunnel is a fast service and our dogs are not left on their own at any time makes this our preferred option for leaving the UK with our gang.7 Apr 2016

Do dogs need passports to go to Ireland?

If you want to import a cat, dog or ferret into Ireland from any EU member state including the UK, the pet animal must have an EU Pet Passport, (this document is the same throughout the EU). The Passport certifies that: The pet has been vaccinated against rabies subsequently at least 21 days before travel.4 Sep 2019

Can dogs travel on P & O Ferries?

Foot and coach passengers are unable to carry pets, with the exception of registered guide and hearing dogs. P & O makes a charge of $15 each way for each pet traveling onboard, with the exception of registered guide and hearing dogs, which are carried free of charge.

How long does it take to get a pet passport?

Pet passports can be issued within 24 hours Monday to Friday. However, after your pet has received their rabies vaccination, you must wait 21 days to travel. Most people allow ample time to get their pets a passport, but it can be obtained in around 3 weeks to a month if needed.

Do you stay in car on Ferry?

Can you stay in car on ferry? If you are wondering can you stay in your vehicle on a ferry the answer in most cases is no. Once the vessel starts with crossing, you will not be allowed onto the car parking deck as most of the large car ferries for safety reasons, do not allow passengers to stay in their cars.

Do dogs need a passport to travel?

To secure the pet passport, the dog must receive a rabies shot and/or a certificate denoting an up-to-date rabies vaccination. The vet will also fit the animal with an electronic microchip or tattoo that properly identifies the dog. The PETS policy and requirements typically apply to cats as well.29 Nov 2017

How do you get a pet passport?

There are four main steps to get a pet passport:

  • Step 1: Research and confirm the requirements, based on your destination and method of travel.
  • Step 2: Visit your vet to get your pet up-to-date on all the necessary vaccines and procedures.
  • Step 3: Get your pet’s travel certificate certified by the USDA, if necessary.

14 Jul 2016