Quick Answer: Can You Take A Dog On The Ferry?

Ferries typically offer two options for taking dogs abroad.

All dogs, cats and ferrets are expected to be covered by the PETs scheme.

You should do your own research to ensure that your pet will be approved for travel, as any pets not meeting the necessary requirements generally aren’t allowed to board.12 Sep 2016

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 a ferry to France?

When visiting the exercise areas or in transit to or from kennels or cabins, pets must be leashed and muzzled at all times. Brittany ferries charges for each pet traveling onboard with the exception of registered guide and hearing dogs, which are carried free of charge.

Can you take dogs on ferries to Spain?

Unfortunately, this is not an option for people travelling to Spain with a dog but without their car. Foot passengers are not allowed to take dogs on any of the Brittany Ferry routes.14 Apr 2018