What it’s like to take your dog on a ferry from France to the UK

Traveling across the world may be paused now for the most part due to the coronavirus. France is currently in a lockdown and has imposed a travel ban.  However, the foreseeable future will once again see the borders open up, making travel between the UK and France possible again.

Currently the UK is in a transition period with the EU until the end of 2020. So as of now it is unknown what kind of arrangement the UK will have with the EU.

However, one thing that is certain is that dog parents will be traveling again between France and the UK once the outbreak crisis is over.

If you have wondered what it was like to take the ferry between France and the UK then Rocky and I will show you what it’s like from the point of waiting to enter the ferry in Calais, France until arrival at Dover, UK.

Preparing to enter the ferry

Overall, it’s quite straightforward and the ride goes by in the blink of an eye!

We hopped on the DFDS Ferry in Calais back in January to cross the channel to the UK!

In the future, if you ever decide to take this route with your pet, make sure you get all the necessary paperwork and treatments done before you enter the UK!

Now, buckle up as we take you on a ferry ride across the cold waters of the English Channel! No toilet paper needed!

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