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Bringing Animals

We know that some family members have four legs. Here’s what you need to know about bringing your pets to the island.

If you are moving from the UK you will be able to bring your pets over without a pet passport.

If you are moving here from outside the UK, your pet must have a pet passport and there are additional rules that must be followed to ensure your pets can legally land in Guernsey. Please view the following page for more information, or get in touch with the Locate Guernsey team. 

Pet Movements

Transport options

Condor Ferries

Pets can travel onboard Condor Ferries whether you travel by foot or by car. These ferries operate between Guernsey, Jersey, UK and France*.

*Pet travel from France is only permitted when travelling by car. 

Condor, Travelling with Pets


Dogs can travel in the aircraft hold on the Southampton to Guernsey, (both directions) only and must be carried by you to/from the aircraft and always remain in its crate.

Aurigny, Travelling with Pets

The Pet Bus 

The Pet Bus offers pet transport from the UK to Guernsey using their specially fitted pet vehicles. They offer transport for dogs, cats and other small animals. 

The Pet Bus 

Private Charter Flights

There are 2 companies locally which you can charter a flight into Guernsey with:

Aiglle Flight Support  ASG

Dog Tax

Owners of dogs in Guernsey are required to buy a licence from their parish authority for each dog they own. Dog tax is payable annually at a rate of £10.00 per dog and is renewable each January by 31st of the month.

Tax is due for all dogs over the age of 6 months – the only exceptions being dogs kept solely by a deaf or disabled person for their hearing or guidance.

For further information you should contact your parish, details of which can be found in the Parish Contacts of the States of Guernsey website.

Parish Contacts

Dogs on beaches

Most of Guernsey’s beaches are dog friendly during the summer months, but between 1st May and 30th September there are some where dogs are not allowed. These are:

Fermain, Petit Bot, L’Eree, Vazon (Northern end), Cobo, Port Soif, L’Ancresse, and Pembroke.

While enjoying a gentle stroll on the beach with your furry friend, be sure that they don’t disturb the wildlife, particularly birds, that can be especially vulnerable during mating season (February to July). And of course, like anywhere else, please pick up after your dog!

Dogs on Beaches


  • Vets4Pets – 01481 239101

  • Isabelle Vets (Route Isabelle) – 01481 723863

  • Isabelle Vets (L’Islet) – 01481 241056

  • Northside Veterinary Centre – 01481 248464

  • Les Eturs Veterinary Clinic – 01481 257708