Are dogs allowed on Ferries to France?
Dogs, cats or ferrets are allowed on our ships, as long as they meet all the EU entry requirements and have a valid AHC or EU Pet Passport.
Do Brittany Ferries take dogs?
Our pet-friendly cabins are available on 5 of our ships – Connemara, Galicia, Salamanca, Pont-Aven and Normandie, and are designed to comfortably accommodate a single pet. If you wish to take more than one pet, please contact us. Pets are not allowed in any of the public areas of the ship.
Do dogs have to be muzzled on Brittany Ferries?
Yes, your dog must be muzzled and on a lead whenever they are outside their owner’s vehicle, during check-in and during any transfers on board e.g. between the car decks and your pet-friendly cabin or kennels and between the pet-friendly cabin/kennel and the pet exercise area.
Can dogs go on Ferries?
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 take dogs from UK to France?
Taking pets from the UK to France is pretty straightforward. You will need to obtain an animal health certificate. This involves getting your dog, cat or ferret microchipped and vaccinated against rabies at an official veterinarian (OV).
How do I get my dog from UK to France?
At least 1 month in advance of travelling
- Ensure your dog has a current Rabies vaccination. Your dog needs a current rabies vaccination to travel to the EU or Northern Ireland.
- Check that your dog’s microchip is working and registered.
- Check for special requirements for your specific trip.
- Plan your dog’s food.
Can I take dog food to France after Brexit?
Dog Food And Treats You aren’t allowed to take meat based or milk based dog food including treats into the EU unless you have written confirmation from your vet that your pet requires a certain dog food for medical reasons. You can’t take packs that weigh more than 2kg.
How much does it cost to take a dog from UK to France?
Yes, the Eurotunnel allows dogs, cats and ferrets to travel with their owners from the UK to France. You will need to organise travel beforehand, and pay a £19 fee.
Can I take dog biscuits into France?
Do dogs need seatbelts in France?
Many dogs travel unrestrained on their owners knees (passenger and/or driver) in France but it isn’t advised for Foreign visitors to do this unless you speak extremely good French. We travel with our dog in an Ancol harness that clips into the rear seat belt.
Can I take a dog from UK to France?
Can I still take my dog to France after Brexit?
Great News About Taking Your Dog On Holiday To France Instead of a UK pet passport, you’ll need to get an Animal Health Certificate (AHC). The AHC is issued by your vet and proves that your pet is micro-chipped and vaccinated against rabies.
What do I need to take my dog to France from UK?
What are the requirements for a Pet Passport UK to France?
- Rabies vaccination.
- Animal health certificate.
- Tapeworm treatment.
- Rabies titer test / rabies blood test.
- CITES permit.
Can a dog sit on a passengers lap?
It’s also illegal according Law 57 of the Highway Code, which says your dog should be suitably restrained so they cannot distract the driver or injure you, or themselves if you have to stop quickly.
Can I put my dog in the boot?
Dogs either need to be secured in the boot and a guard in place to block access to the passenger interior or in a secured crate or cage within the boot. If you use a harness, ensure it is the right size and fitted correctly.
What happens to dog passports after Brexit?
Is my animal’s pet passport still valid? Since the Brexit deadline of 1 January 2021, you can no longer use a pet passport issued in England, Wales or Scotland to take your pet to a country in the EU or Northern Ireland. Instead, you’ll need an animal health certificate for your dog, cat or ferret.
How much is the ferry from Plymouth to Roscoff?
Plymouth to Roscoff ferries. Prices from £69 The Plymouth to Roscoff ferry connects England to France and is operated by Brittany Ferries. Book a Plymouth to Roscoff ferry today with AFerry.
How long is the ferry ride from Plymouth to Brittany?
Brittany Ferries’ offers a direct sailing into Brittany with our Plymouth to Roscoff ferry route. Daytime sailings take 5 hrs 30 mins and an overnight crossing takes up to 11 hrs and 15 mins.
Why choose Roscoff and Plymouth?
Plymouth and Roscoff have excellent access to fast road networks so driving to and from the ports is easy. Plymouth is a historic city in Devon with plenty to offer, the picturesque Barbican area has shops, restaurants and attractions and is set on the site of the old fishing port.
Why choose an overnight cruise to Roscoff?
Overnight sailings from Plymouth are available most days to give you an early arrival in Roscoff and more time in France. Or choose a day cruise and enjoy the onboard experience with a restaurant meal, shopping and entertainment.