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PostPosted: Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:34 pm 
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I work on the railways and we never asked such thing... especially if the dog is peacefull. However take a muzzle with you, keep it in sight so that everyone knows that you prepared to muzzle the dog if needed! DOG PASSPORT? most dogs here aren't even registered!

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:53 pm 
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That sounds more relaxed and sensible . . . Which region do you work?

Thanks again for all the info . . .


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Marian Silvester wrote:
That sounds more relaxed and sensible . . . Which region do you work?

Thanks again for all the info . . .


Lisbon Suburbs

(i'm not saying that you do not take the dog documentation with you but certainly no one will ask for it without a good damned reason)

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Perhaps you could enlighten us as to the peculiarities of the seat numbering system.


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LOL... suburban trains do not have such thing!

But i do wish i know more about that!

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The rules ARE that the dog should have a passport showing up to date rabies vaccinations, & should be muzzled at all times

However, I travel in the Algarve region which is touristy & the trains are often very crowded, plus my dog is large & scary looking, so maybe they are strict with me because of that. Perhaps a small dog on a train in less populated areas would be treated differently?

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i never said that those weren't the rules... if they are enforced as a rule? i very much doubt!

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 Post subject: Re: Dogs on Trains
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Anyone know if dogs are allowed on the Linha de Aveiro?


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