Can you take dogs into Europe?
Dogs and cats travel between UK and Europe all the time and as Europe has fewer cases of rabies now than 30 years ago, it is a welcome treat that pets can travel so easily.
In order to travel to Europe, pets need a pet passport.
Step 1 – Your dog or cat needs a microchip.
Step 2 – They then need a rabies vaccination.
Are dogs allowed in restaurants in Europe?
As with much of Europe, Austria is very relaxed about dogs in public spaces – including eateries. You’ll find most restaurants, bars, and cafes welcome well-behaved dogs. You’ll occasionally see a clearly marked no-dogs establishment, but if you don’t see a sign, chances are you and your pooch are welcome.1 Jul 2019
How can I bring my pet to Europe?
This certificate will allow your pet to travel to and enter the EU.
- Step 1: Microchip. Your pet should have an ISO-compliant 15-digit microchip.
- Step 2: Rabies Vaccination.
- Step 3: Waiting Period.
- Step 4: Get a EU Health Certificate.
- Step 5: Endorsement of EU Health Certificate.
4 Mar 2018
What countries can you take your dog to?
The 20 Most Dog-Friendly Countries In The World
- France. All around the world, France is known for its relaxed dog policies.
- Switzerland. The Swiss take pet ownership very seriously—before you can own a dog, the government recommends a training course for first-time owners (and it was once a legal requirement.)
- Great Britain.
- The Netherlands.
19 Jun 2018