Disneyland Paris Welcomes Dogs in Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch

Dogs allowed at Disneyland Paris Davy Crockett Ranch July 2018
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From this week, Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch near Disneyland Paris is welcoming dogs to stay on property. Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch is a bungalow park with bungalows sleeping up to six people. There is a central square where the reception is located, as well as a shop (now also selling dog food), the swimming pool, and a bar/restaurant. Dogs are allowed in a limited number of Pioneer and Premium Plus cabins only. Bringing a dog is only possible if you book via phone.

Your booking covers one dog per cabin. To help your dog feel at home, you’ll receive a welcome kit with a dog collar, a disposable carpet, a poop-scoop, a door hanger and two Disney bowls. If you prefer, when you leave your dog alone in your cabin, you can borrow a cage from reception (a deposit will be requested).

Dogs allowed at Disneyland Paris Davy Crockett Ranch July 2018

The price is for this arrangement is €30 (around $35) per dog per night. This price does not include food or access to the Animal Care Center at the Disney Parks. This kennel has a ‘service-upon-availability’ regulation and is not bookable in advance. An extra cost applies.

Dogs considered dangerous, as defined by French law, are not allowed. More information about which dogs are considered dangerous can be found on the official website of Disneyland Paris. Furthermore, you must supply an up-to-date vaccination card when you arrive, including proof of rabies vaccination, and your dog must be identifiable by electronic chip or tattoo.

When bringing a dog, you need to respect the code of conduct formulated by Disneyland Paris that you can read below:

Dogs allowed at Disneyland Paris Davy Crockett Ranch July 2018

While the controversial pet friendly policy in selected Walt Disney World Resort hotels is about to end, Disneyland Paris is now starting with this project that lasts until April 1, 2019. What do you think about bringing your pet to a Disney resort?

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Henk is a former Overseas Park Writer at WDWNT. He said goodbye to the website in August 2018, after new career opportunities.

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