Frequently asked questions
Q) Can I take my dog to France in 2020?
A) Yes you can! You just need to be ensure that your pet is chipped, has a pet passport and is up to date with the Rabies vaccinations
Q) Do dogs need to be quarantined in France?
A) No, as long as you have followed the correct procedure of chips, vaccinations and Pet Passport, your dog does not need to be quarantined if coming over from the UK.
Q) Can I take my dog on the ferry to France?
A) Yes, all ferry companies accept dogs on the ferry. In most cases you will need to leave your pet in the car for the duration of the crossing.
Q) Can I take my dog on the Eurotunnel to France?
A) Yes, dogs are accepted on the Eurotunnel. They stay in the vehicle with you during the crossing.
Q) Are dogs allowed in restaurants in France?
A) Yes, most restaurants allow you to bring your dog inside the restaurants – always good to check first with the staff!
Q) Are some breeds of dogs banned in France?
A) Yes the following breeds are not allowed into France: Staffordshire Bull Terriers, American Pitbull Terriers, dogs of the Mastiff type, Tosa Inu.