The following information has been extracted from DEFRA (Department for the Envornment, Food and Rural Affairs) - Protecting the Welfare Of Pet Dogs And Cats During Journeys and should only be used as a guide. Eurocamp recommends you read fully the information covering Pet Travel, on the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine website: http://www.agriculture.gov.ie/pets/
Whenever animals are transported, including journeys with dogs, the law says that: ‘No person shall transport any animal in a way which causes or is likely to cause injury or unnecessary suffering to that animal.’ You should plan for travelling with your dog well before the journey. Think carefully about the type of journey it is and the effect that it will have on your dog, taking into account how big the animal is, its nature, and how long the journey is.
If you cannot be 100% sure that you can fully protect your animal’s welfare on the journey, you should consider not taking your dog on a Eurocamp Holiday.
You should make sure that you know and understand the carrier’s conditions for transporting your dog, and that you have booked a place for it to travel if necessary. Eurocamp will advise you of the carrier's conditions and will confirm the booking of your dog on your chosen operator. Should you decide to book your own travel arrangements, you must travel on an authorised route with an approved carrier.
Tell Eurocamp beforehand if your dog is a guide dog or an assistance dog, so that they can make special arrangements if necessary.