Guide and assistance dogs
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome at Disneyland Paris. Guests accompanied by a service animal must keep their animal under control at all times and keep it on a lead or harness whilst in the Disney Parks and Hotels.
If you plan to visit Disneyland Paris with a service animal, please make sure you have up-to-date travel documents with you (proof of vaccination, documented proof that the animal is an assistance animal). These will need to be presented when you check in to your hotel or at the entrance to the Disney Parks.
Guide and assistance dogs are permitted to use gardens to relive themselves. For the comfort of other Guests, however, we would ask all animal owners to make sure they clean up after their animals if at all possible. Meals are not provided for guide and service dogs, so we would recommend bringing food and a bowl so your dog can drink regularly throughout the day.
Due to the nature of certain attractions, service animals may not be permitted to ride. For further details, please refer to the Disney Parks Accessibility Maps. Please note that Cast Members are not authorised to look after your dog. If you wish to go on an attraction that does not accept dogs, you will have to leave them with your accompanying person.
TOP TIP: If you prefer to visit the Disney Parks without your guide or assistance dog, you can leave him/her at our Animal Care Centre free of charge for the day (you will be asked to show your dog’s national ID certificate and vaccination book, which must be up to date).
Please note, however, that our Animal Care Centre has limited space and we do not offer a reservation service. We will be obliged to turn your animal away if we have reached out maximum capacity. We recommend making alternative arrangements prior to your trip.