Dogs on Ferries

Jan 10, 2013
4,941
4,380
Near Uttoxeter and Crete
Funster No
24,227
MH
Frankia i740 Plus
Exp
Still trucking and learning
I've signed, but, if it's a cross channel hop, then boycott the ferry companies and use Eurotunnel. We always travel this way for the very reason that we are not prepared to leave our dogs in the van/car during the crossing.
 
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Kim H

Kim H

LIFE MEMBER
Aug 24, 2011
506
1,038
Lancashire
Funster No
17,884
MH
Hymer S800
Exp
Since 2011
We always travel this way for the very reason that we are not prepared to leave our dogs in the van/car during the crossing.[/QUOTE said:
 

Puddleduck

LIFE MEMBER
Jan 15, 2014
9,328
19,528
Scottish Borders
Funster No
29,703
MH
SunLiving Lido M45SP
Exp
On and off for many years.
Calmac let you take your dog with you but you have to stay out on deck.
 

kcy

Nov 7, 2013
772
882
east yorkshire
Funster No
28,920
MH
chausson flash
Exp
since 2012
Whenever crossing think of the time of day, be aware of these things. Its important!
 
Apr 27, 2008
7,983
5,314
Eastbourne East Sussex
Funster No
2,327
MH
A Class
Exp
Since 1972
Always the tunnel with Meg. We only use the ferries for a day trip without dog. The car decks are unventilated and incredibly noisy, especially if its a bit rough with alarms going off. We have returned to our car and seen dogs going absolutely mad left in vehicles. We wouldn't ever consider it.
 
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