Can you take dogs on Greek ferries?

Can I take my dog on a ferry as a foot passenger?

Not all ferries offer both services, and there is typically a charge for either option. Foot passengers can struggle, as many ferry operators will expect you to contain your dog in a suitable (RSPCA-approved) pet carrier during the journey. For owners of large-breed dogs this may be a considerable inconvenience.

Can you stay in car with dog on ferry?

Most crossings require your dog to remain in your vehicle or one of the ferry’s kennels and we have teamed up with the RSPCA to help make sure that wherever your dog spends his time, his experience is a positive and enjoyable one.

Can I bring my dog to Santorini?

Santorini is pet friendly! If you need help deciding where to stay, play, or eat with Fido, you’ve come to the right place.

How do I fly my dog to Greece?

If you would like to travel to Greece with your pet, your pet will need a microchip, proof of anti-rabies vaccination, and a health certificate (pdf below) endorsed by a USDA state veterinarian. For more information on approved ports of entry or if your pet is under 3 months old, see the website for more details.

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Is Corfu dog friendly?

Corfu is pet friendly! If you need help deciding where to stay, play, or eat with Fido, you’ve come to the right place.

Where do dogs go to the toilet on a ferry?

In general, there are dedicated places on the boats for the pets to do their business. If it’s not the case, it’s on the outside deck. In any case, you will need to pick up his poops and if possible spill a little water on the pee.

Can you take a dog on a ferry to Spain?

Coping with the trip

When taking the ferry to Spain, pets cannot be left in vehicles given the duration of the crossing. As such, it’s necessary to book a cabin that can accommodate you and your pet. Alternatively, there’s also the option of using the on-board kennel services available on many crossings to Spain.

Can I take my dog to Dublin from UK?

To travel from Great Britain to Ireland with your pet, your pet will require a microchip, rabies vaccine at least 21 days before travel, worming treatment (for dogs) and animal health certificate, or a pet passport issued outside of Great Britain. For more information, see the UK government website.

Can dogs go on the Eurotunnel?

Customers must contact Eurotunnel and register their travel in advance with our Customer Support team who will provide the Customer with all the necessary documentation to be completed. Without exception, travel with more than 20 animals (cats, dogs or ferrets) per vehicle is not permitted.

Can you take your dog on the Eurostar?

Guide and assistance dogs are the only animals allowed on Eurostar. If you’re travelling with a registered guide or assistance dog, we’ll be happy to welcome them on board with you. Your dog just needs to have been trained by an organisation that’s affiliated to or a member of one of the following: Assistance Dogs (UK)

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Is Grease bad for dogs?

Threat to pets:

Fatty foods such as butter, oils, meat drippings/grease, chocolate and meat scraps may cause pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas) when ingested, especially by dogs. Certain breeds, miniature Schnauzers in particular, are more likely to develop pancreatitis than other breeds.

How do I get my dog an EU passport?

You can get a European pet passport for your dog, cat or ferret from any authorised vet (permitted by the relevant authorities to issue pet passports). A pet passport is valid for life as long as your pets rabies vaccination is in date.

Are pitbulls allowed in Greece?

Banned breeds in Greece

Not all dog breeds are allowed in this country. You may not be able to bring your pet if they are one of the following breeds (or a mix of one): Pit Bull Terrier. American Staffordshire Terrier.