I also have a Yorkie, so I fully understand that you want to take a pet in a limousine for a luxury ride around DC. The only thing my Yorkie likes more than riding in a limousine is chasing one. What can I say? He likes old school things, like chasing cars and growling at much larger dogs as if it were a threat. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Le Bus recognizes that service animals are not pets, but that they perform vital functions that translate into greater independence for people with disabilities.
Consequently, Le Bus has implemented the following policies with respect to service animals. Le Bus recognizes the need for service animals. The definition of service animal is any animal that has been individually trained to perform a specific task for a disabled person. All service animals will be allowed to travel.
All service animals must be held by the passenger or placed between their feet. The service animal cannot block a corridor. Service animals cannot occupy a passenger seat. The service animal cannot bite or disturb other passengers.
It is the responsibility of the owner of the service animal to clean up the waste of the service animal, in the event that the service animal vomits or defecates on the bus. If the service animal becomes unruly or annoying other passengers, the bus operator will request that the owner of the service animal control the service animal. If the owner does not want or cannot control the service animal, the bus operator will call the office and call the appropriate agency to have the service animal removed from the bus. Pets will need prior approval, as companies often have different opinions and policies in this case.
It's especially important when working with large groups that will need specific or multiple vehicles. When researching the rules for traveling with pets on your bus or train line, check if you'll need to submit any vaccination or health records to be prepared. Sometimes I pick someone up from Dulles Airport in my limousine, because they need a pet friendly transport that isn't the type of public bus in Washington. Now that I've made it perfectly clear that I love your animals as if they were my own, there are some do's and don'ts of doing with pets if you're taking a pet for a limousine ride in Washington.
If you're a dog owner and are completely dependent on public transportation for your daily needs and for regular transportation, there will probably be some times when you need to take your puppy for a walk. The Anywhere Limo %26 party bus offers services to and from all airports and can accommodate small pets as long as the animal is on a leash or in a carrier when traveling in the vehicle.