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best way to travel with my frightened rescue dog

Posted by laneyloo - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by laneyloo - 3 years ago

Never thought of calm eze ?  I'm just a little protective over him I think if we go on a . Night ferry it's a long time for him to be on his own and we have a van and if he stayed in that he would find it cold ( he's very nesh lol

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Posted by sprossie - 3 years ago

Just a thought rescue remedy has never worked for my dog if your little pooch is the same have you tried calmeeze? You can buy them from Pets at home, some pharmacies and ebay. They did the trick for one of my dogs.

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Posted by laneyloo - 3 years ago

Oh bless ya rescue remedy I think that was us getting him out of jail so to speak lol

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Posted by Linda Steward - 3 years ago

No one has mentioned RESCUE REMEDY .... a herbal thing made by BACH Flowers ... Googel it, good stuff!!

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Posted by david walters - 3 years ago

We have travelled to Brittany 5 times a year for the last 7 years, and we always use Eurotunnel.

We do not like leaving the dog in the car on a ferry, and with eurotunnel, he stays in the car with you.

It is a longer drive but it is a cheaper crossing.

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Posted by CharlotteM-441068 - 3 years ago

The Brittany Ferries Portsmouth to Le Havre service, as well as having pet friendly cabins, also has a special dog exercise deck so you can walk your dog as well.  It means your dogs won't have to be separated from you for the whole journey.  It's the 'Economy' service that has this opportunity

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Posted by laneyloo - 3 years ago

thanks everyone will let you all  know what happens x cheers have a good evening 

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Posted by suziepops - 3 years ago

The BF economy crossing from Portsmouth to Le Havre is the only boat that has pet friendly cabins.

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Posted by one4all-436374 - 3 years ago

Animal travel by air within Europe is extremely difficult to find unless you use a specialist freight company as very few airports have the facility to verify pet credentials.

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Posted by laneyloo - 3 years ago

thanks love but I think he would flip barking in a cage like they look and on his own i might as well leave him in uk in kennels be same for him