Thursday, July 10, 2014

Are dogs allowed on trains?

It is a fact of common sense that dogs are usually not accepted in trains, but there are some exceptions. In some countries, the legislation forbids people from bringing dogs on trains, but there are some special trains with dogs compartments, separated from humans, where those could stay.

If you plan to bring your dog on board of a train, it is important to ask the railroad company before doing that. Otherwise, you might end up leaving your dog at the station, and you will probably lose your ticket because of that.

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