Claire's second tip: "If your dog is not great at travelling or has never been on a train before, start them off with just going to the station and sitting on the platform. When they are ready, go on the train for a short journey and build up from there. Travel at quieter times so your dog will have more space."Claire's second tip: "If your dog is not great at travelling or has never been on a train before, start them off with just going to the station and sitting on the platform. When they are ready, go on the train for a short journey and build up from there. Travel at quieter times so your dog will have more space."
Claire's second tip: "If your dog is not great at travelling or has never been on a train before, start them off with just going to the station and sitting on the platform. When they are ready, go on the train for a short journey and build up from there. Travel at quieter times so your dog will have more space."

Dogs On Trains: Here are 8 expert tips for taking your loving pet pup on a train trip ๐Ÿ•

More and more people are travelling around the country again, often with their pets โ€“ here are some tips if youโ€™re bringing your dog on the train.

For many, lockdown provided the opportunity to introduce a new four-legged companion into their home.

While some travel options can prove challenging for dog owners, thereโ€™s no need to always rely on the car โ€“ with dogs being welcome on trains.

To help first time canine rail travellers, South Western Railways have spoken to experts from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home and pet transport experts Pets2Places to get their top tips on travelling with a furry companion. Hereโ€™s what they had to say.

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