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When planning your next trip within the U.S., you may not want to leave your 4-legged friend at home. Thankfully, with many train services now allowing small pets to be carried on board, there are alternative options to flying or driving.
Train travel can be much less stressful than flying for both pet and owner, with shorter check-in times and the comfort of having your pet on your lap for the entire journey, rather than under your seat or in the hold compartment.
There’s also the cost to consider, with the likes of Delta Air Lines and United charging from $125 to transport your pet as carry-on, versus Amtrak, where pets can be carried for just $26.
This helpful guide will help you plan for your trip and rounds-up the pet policies for each train operator listed by individual state.
This information relates to pets-only, not officially trained service dogs that are governed under the Americans with Disabilities Act and are permitted to go “where the public is normally allowed to go”.
Her my video guide travelling with pets on train within the US

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That is very expensive.
Here in the Netherlands small pets in carriers and service /guide dogs go free for other larger dogs a flat fee of €3.20 for a day ticket applies.

Generally speaking its a dog friendly country and dogs are allowed into many places as long as they are on a leash.
 
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