How to avoid dog travel restrictions in Greece

Dog travel restrictions are in effect in Greece and you may have to avoid some of the most popular destinations in the country.

This article will help you to avoid the dog travel ban in Greece.

Greece is one of the countries with the strictest dog travel rules.

Dog owners are restricted from bringing their dogs into the country, while others must pay a €100 fine and stay at least 200 metres away from their dogs.

While dog travel is prohibited in some countries, dogs are allowed in some places, and in some areas the dog can be allowed in and out.

The dog travel restriction is due to the recent surge in the number of dog bite incidents.

Since January 1, more than 40 dog attacks have taken place in Greece, according to the Ministry of Public Health and Welfare.

The Dog Travel Restrictions is a list of prohibited dog travel destinations that can be found on the Ministry’s website.

There are also some dog friendly places in Greece that will allow dogs and their owners to walk on the streets of the country without fear of dog attacks.

Here are some of our favorite dog friendly Greek places.

If you’re looking to buy a dog and want to know more about dog travel in Greece or have any questions about dog friendly options in Greece check out the Dog Travel Blog.