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    We live on a boat with our dog a 3 year old lab/ret X. She is an ex Guide Dog so extremely well behaved and good with everybody. We are cruising in Spain and have found it to be a very dog unfriendly country unlike France. There seems to be no dogs allowed on public transport; buses trams, trains etc. Yet if I had a euro for every time somebody came up in the street and stroked her I'd be a millionaire!. I want to take her on a train back to France, is this allowed?

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    Almost all trains in Europe except the EuroStar allow well behaved pets. Depending on the train they will at least want him on a leash. Some require that the pet be muzzled and some even require that the pet travel in a pet crate. You will need to inquire of the railline you are using.
    Jerry

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      buses trams allow well behaved pets

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        Ian..you can take it on train. Before that check the formalities.
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          Re: Dogs in Spain

          I happen to notice that a LOT of hotels or B&Bs accept pets, as do the trains. Spain seems to be very pet friendly.

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