Traveling with your pets in France is very simple, because you only need to have a couple of documents of your pet in order. The holidays with dog in France are an ideal plan to enjoy as a family.
To enter France you must carry an Official Sanitary Certificate issued by a registered veterinarian, signed and sealed. This certificate must clearly state that the animal has correctly complied with the vaccination program and that the required blood analysis has been carried out.
Some breeds of dogs considered as potentially dangerous are forbidden to enter France, such as Boerbulls, Pitbulls, etc. Others have to present a birth certificate and genealogy such as the Rottweiler or the American Staffordshire Terrier.
Le Domaine du Fayet
Le Domaine du Fayet is located in Sanilhac in the mountainous area of southern France
All accommodation units feature a seating area, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, an equipped kitchen with a dining area and a private bathroom. There is a dishwasher, oven, coffee maker and kettle.