DUG Category: Pet Travel
Dogs are allowed to travel with you in your vehicle via the Eurotunnel however there is a charge of £16 per dog each way (as at Jan 2014). The journey time to France is approx 35 mins. An official registration certificate is required at check in, together with the dog’s travel documentation. You will also need to add your dog to your pre-booking.
East Yorkshire Motor Services runs buses in and around Hull. In North Yorkshire, they are known as Scarborough & District.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome on the bus, as long as they are on a short lead and kept under control. Your dog will not be allowed on the bus if the driver believes it is dangerous, or if it is a ‘banned’ breed of dog. Only one dog is allowed per deck at any one time. You should also keep your dog off the bus seats.
Guide dogs or assistance dogs that are accompanying registered disabled people, and small dogs
First Bus is one of Britain’s largest bus operators. It operates in a number of areas from Aberdeen down to Cornwall.
To view the conditions for your specific area click on this page.
DOGS AND OTHER ANIMALS
8.1 We will carry Assistance Dogs (or other legitimate assistance animals) of any size free of charge at any time on our vehicles, both when accompanying a registered disabled person and when being trained by a trainer bearing the appropriate valid identification.
8.2 Except in the case of a registered disabled person, or trainer, accompanied by an Assistance Dog or other assistance
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Go Wild Campervans is a small, family-run campervan rental business, situated between Edinburgh and Glasgow in West Lothian: a perfect starting point for exploring Scotland. We love camping, campervans and getting out in the great outdoors. Our campervans are child and dog-friendly, with no additional charge to bring your dog.