Dogs in Paris, restrictions and services
Here is some information to take into account before coming to Paris with your dog.
Restrictions for dogs in Paris
On public transportation – according to the regulations – only small dogs are allowed. On the RER, however, dogs of any size can circulate.
In most parks in Paris dogs are allowed to enter. In some cases, only in certain areas, they are allowed to stay only on the main avenue. For example, this happens at Parc Monceau. The best place where you can take your god in Paris is the Bous de Boulogne. It is an actual wood where your dog can circulate freely.
At the Palace of Versailles, dogs (with the exception, of course, of guide dogs) are not allowed inside the palace but they can walk in the park if kept on a leash.
Services for dogs in pairs
When coming to Paris with a dog we have on one side a bunch of rules to respect and on the other some extra services dedicated to pets.
If you would like to spend some hours without your dog or you have to go to a place where pets are not allowed, Taxi-Dox is the company for you. They offer dog-sitting, dog-walking, and car travel services (with or without owner). For further information, visit www.taxidog.fr
Felix Canis is the place where your pet can even look better! More than a usual salon for dogs, Felix Canis is a real wellness center, designed by Marie Chevaliers d’Or. Jacuzzi, balneotherapy, aromatherapy, shiatsu massage and based on mud and the Dead Sea salts. Felix Canis address is 20 rue de Longchamp, 16e. The closest metro station is Iéna/Trocadéro.
Last but not least, if you are looking for a veterinary clinic, go for the ones open 24/7. I suggest going to the clinics at 57 rue Boissière, arrondissement 16.