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Transporting dogs through Frankfurt Airport

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Hello,

 

I am taking my dog back to the UK from USA. Flying Luftansa to Frankfurt then on to Paris ( eurotunnel to UK) to avoid flying her in cargo hold.

 

I am trying to find out if there is a place I may take her outside at the Frankfurt airport between flights (grass? flower bed?) She will have been 'captive' in her carrier for 12 hours and we still have a way to go.

 

Would be wildly appreciative for any information.

 

Thank you.

 

Karin Marie

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Hallo there...

 

We live in Frankfurt (Langen) and use the Frankfurt airport alot.

 

Good news - your dog is allowed to roam (with a lead) within the airport. Very dog friendly here.

 

Unfortunately, there isn't really any grassy area outside the doors of the Frankfurt airport...

 

Maybe my hubby will have other ideas...

 

Chris

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Chris,

 

thank you for your response, happy to know she can at least escape the carrier... she will be desperate (frantic) for a place to pee...

 

Karin

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there aren't really any out door spots where you can take Rover, you have two choices, you can walk her/him around outside untill she goes out of depesation (Teddy's done that before when I've takend to long to get to grass) or else catch a taxi to Kelsterbach (about 5 mins aways) and find a green patch there. Unfortunatly there aren't many options.

 

If you were flying through Munich you would have plenty of green areas.

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Another option - get an SBahn towards town, get out at Stadion (about 4 mins by train) and there you will have a great big forest to roam in.

 

Depends on how much time you have between flights

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thank you...depending on layover a five minute taxi ride would work...is this a park? i agree with your thoughts on munich...very fond memories..

 

thank you for taking the time to reply...very much appreciated.

 

karin

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