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Rules for bringing dogs on the network

Find here the rules for bringing dogs on the network.

01. Cases when dogs are accepted

The following regulations apply to dogs:

Situations Network Fare price for the dog
Situations
Chiens de petite taille, convenablement enfermés dans des sacs ou paniers (max. 45 cm), à condition qu’ils ne puissent ni salir ni incommoder les voyageurs
Network
Bus, funiculaire, métro, RER et tramway
Fare price for the dog
Gratuit
Situations
Chiens guides d’aveugles ou d'assistance (voir les règles spécifiques ci-dessous)
Network
Bus, funiculaire, métro, RER et tramway
Fare price for the dog
Gratuit
Situations
Chiens tenus en laisse et muselés
Network
RER et métro
Fare price for the dog
Billet tarif réduit
Situations
Chiens tenus en laisse et muselés de la Brigade des sapeurs-pompiers de Paris
Network
RER et métro
Fare price for the dog
Gratuit

02. Special regulations for assistance dogs

The blind are not the only people needing assistance dogs. Numerous other disabilities (motor, sensory and mental) also require the presence of an assistance dog.

Philippe Rocher - ©ANMGA
Philippe Rocher - ©ANMGA

Assistance dogs are accepted in the following cases

  1. The dog has a harness
    The harness is comprised of a leather or fabric belt that is worn around the dog's upper body and attached to a metal rod held by the owner. The person being guided or assisted by the dog must carry at least one of the following documents: one of 7 orange-couloured disability cards (see below) and/or the dog's ID card (see below).
     
  2. Assistance dogs in training, wearing a training jacket
    The training jacket is blue with a yellow border. The person training the dog may be an able-bodied individual, such as a trainer, or the person with the disability. Dog trainers must carry at least one of the following documents:
    - one of 7 orange-coloured disability cards (see below);
    - the dog's ID card (see below) ;
    - the assistance dog trainer's card (see below).
     
  3. Assistance dogs without a harness or assistance jacket
    For assistance dogs without a harness or assistance jacket, the assisted person must be able to justify the dog's presence with one of the following documents:
    - one of 7 orange-coloured disability cars (see below);
    - the dog's ID card (see below).

Acceptable supporting documents

References