Quick Answer: How Can I Take My Dog To France?

What do you need to take your dog to France?

  • Pet microchip. If you want to enter France, then you need to have your dog microchipped with an ISO 15-digit pet microchip.
  • Rabies vaccination.
  • Rabies Titer Test.
  • Entering France by air.
  • Banned breeds.
  • Get your dog a passport.

Can you bring a 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. If you are travelling to France from England in your own car, there are two main options available that allow you to take your dog: either a cross channel ferry or the Eurotunnel.

Can you take dogs 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.

Do dogs need muzzles in France?

Petiquette in France

Nearly all restaurants and shops allow dogs. Category 2 dogs must wear muzzles in public. – Always keep your dog on leash in cities, though you can usually let them off in the country or on hiking trails.

Can I bring my dog to France from Ireland?

Pets that are not pre-booked in kennels will not be permitted to travel. If a return booking is made Ireland to France, a return booking must be made for the pet. If a pet is not returning it will be necessary to provide evidence of this or the pet and passenger may be refused travel.

What documents do I need to take my dog to France?

What do you need to take your dog to France?

  1. Pet microchip. If you want to enter France, then you need to have your dog microchipped with an ISO 15-digit pet microchip.
  2. Rabies vaccination.
  3. Rabies Titer Test.
  4. Entering France by air.
  5. Banned breeds.
  6. Get your dog a passport.

Can you take dogs to France on Eurotunnel?

Dogs should be booked onto the Eurotunnel ticket when you make your original Eurotunnel booking a maximum of four dogs per car are allowed.