Renfe traveling with dogs | Dogs may travel with Renfe: These are the breeds and sizes allowed

Traveling with your furry companion is sometimes difficult, due to the restrictions of some establishments and companies. something in which Renfe is working and what is going to be possible.

the railway company will allow users to travel with their dogs. Until now, travel with dogs weighing up to 10 kilograms was allowed; a condition that It will be extended to dogs with a maximum weight of 40 kilos.

Therefore, Renfe has announced that this September 13 A series of pilot tests will begin so that these furry companions can travel without weighing less than 10kg. A test to be done in the Madrid-Barcelona line and will last for three months.

However, it can only be carriedr a maximum of two dogs per train, in a single car and in a fixed space with two specific seats. And they will also be excluded from this pilot test dogs under 10 kg, for which there is already a regulation that you can consult on the official website of the Renfe company.

Which dogs will be able to get on the train?

The dogs that can travel both by AVE and Long Distance are: Beagle, Bichon, Boxer, Bull Terrier, Bulldog, Poodle, Pug, Chow Chow, Cocker, Dalmatian Collie, Greyhound, Golden Retriever, Siberian Husky, Labrador German Shepherd, Pekingese, Pointer, Pomeranian, Rottweiler, Schnauzer, Setter, Shar pei, Terrier and Yorkshire.

The normative therefore excludes two breeds of dogs: the giant races (more than 40 kilos) and those of less than 10 kilos. These are: Dogue de Bordeaux, Great Dane, Spanish Mastiff, Saint Bernard, Tosa Inu, Newfoundland or Bullmastiff, which usually weigh more than 60 kilos


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