Thursday, September 30, 2010

Pets in Paris 2.

When you are in Paris, it is probably a correct statement to say that you are not going to have your own car, so you want to make sure that any transportation that you have allows your dog. Taxis and cabs are normally the ones that do not want any animals in their cars, so make sure that you call and ask in advance – that way, you can be sure that you are not breaking any rules.

You also want to make sure that if you are going on the Metro or Bus that your dog, if small enough is in a lap carrier. Larger dogs need to have a ticket with them, generally a children’s ticket.

You also want to make sure that you know where you can take your dogs. Open air markets are places that pets are not allows and neither are restaurants or museums.

18 comments:

  1. its nice to take your dogs on holiday with you.

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  2. One day....ill go there...one day...nice to see the city is pet friendly

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  3. would like to see the louvre sometime soon... been all over europe but not France. :[

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  4. I understand the logic but buying a seat for a dog... seriously.

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  5. very informative! thank you and followed (:

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  6. that is sooo gorgeous my dogss would love it!

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  7. Paris looks like such a calm place; I hope to visit there some day

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  8. Never knew dogs need their own ticket O_o

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  9. my dog's too hyper to take anywhere xD

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