Richard Okill - Answered a Question by DEXCOTE (27 Mar 08 13:49)

TRUST ME. Having crossed three times and off again on June 26, Dogs are permitted. Follow this link for more information- http://www.cruiseline.co.uk/news/for_pets_crossing_the_atlantic_aboard_queen_mary_2_the_luxuries_abound.html Hope this answers your question. Woof Woo.

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Richard Okill - Answered a Question by DEXCOTE (27 Mar 08 07:18)

Simple answer, Yes. QM2 has dog kennels. These not only provide owners with dog hosting, but also provide much amusement for other passenger.

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Richardson - Answered a Question by DEXCOTE (27 Mar 08 07:46)

I should think so, as they have kennels on board the QM.

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wright - Answered a Question by DEXCOTE (27 Mar 08 08:09)

No chance.

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crosswaite - Answered a Question by DEXCOTE (27 Mar 08 13:53)

Having owned a boarding kennels for a good number of years, we can understand your reluctance to leave your much loved dog. However to subject said much loved dog to kennels on board you are not doing him/her any favours! I appreciate you wanting to be close to your pet, but it would be far kinder to have a relative, friend or dog sitter to look after your dog in familiar surroundins! Or with good recommendations to choose a good Boarding Kennels! We absolutely hate leaving our four dogs, but with good friends looking after them at home we can just about cope with leaving them, after all we spend 50 weeks of the year with them and we do deserve a break. There is always texts and telephones to help you see how things are going! Unless you are going to emigrate, please consider your pets feelings! We send anxious owners photos of their pets whilst in our care! think of the greeting when you return! Enjoy your Holiday! we do! Although we love them all to bits.

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shannnon - Answered a Question by DEXCOTE (27 Mar 08 15:00)

We took our dog on the QM2 FROM New York to Southampton when we relocated. It cost us $1,000 for a double kennel as he is a large dog and lots of paperwork to bring him into the UK. I would think your dog will need to stay on the ship at NYC and check with DEFRA and QM2 as to their policy on vacinations etc.... Most passengers loved seeing the dogs running around in their exercise area and they are well looked after.

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