Read our tips for travelling with your four-legged friends
Buy a ticket for your pet and remember to take their muzzle and leash. Book a specially equipped cabin to make sure everyone is comfortable.
Remember to bring food bowls an enough food for the trip, along with their leash, muzzle and litter box.
Avoid losing them during the trip by making sure they wear a collar or harness marked with your phone number. We suggest you carry a recent photograph of them with you to make it easier to find them if they decide to take a walk on their own!
They need to have a veterinary check before you travel. Ask your vet if there are any special requirements for your chosen destination. The following are useful/essential to ensure your pet travels safely: basic vaccinations (distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parvovirus), worm treatment for intestinal parasites, tick and flea treatment.
When travelling to another European member state the local authorities may ask to see your pet's European passport, veterinary certificate and vaccination record (your pet must be vaccinated against rabies at least 30 days before departure).