Hi all, I am planning to bring by dog from CDG Paris ai

Dog travel
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) March 04, 2019 18:32
    Hi Claire,

    Generally, dogs are allowed on trains. When traveling with a dog, you would just have to expect the following:

    1.) The requirement that your dog be leashed, and in some cases, even muzzled.

    2.) The possibility that the conductor would move you to another part of the train if any neighboring passengers object to the presence of your dog.

    3.) The need of a separate ticket for your dog. You would purchase the ticket for your dog at the station before you board. Generally, a dog ticket would be 25-50% off the local price of a 2nd class ticket (even if you’ll be traveling in 1st class).

    4.) The requirement of appropriate documentation, such as a dog registration certificate and health card.

    There aren’t really any countries that restrict dogs from being taken on their trains, although the rail network of Spain does state certain restrictions. In Spain, a dog's weight must not exceed 10 kg and would have to be able to fit within an enclosed carrier with a maximum size of 60x35x35 cm. Aside from that, there is only one train type I can think of that does not allow dogs on board, and that is the Eurostar (the Eurostar is the train that connects London with either Paris or Brussels).
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