Dogs Travelling on GO Trains & Buses

E-tickets now available. Buy now.

Take your furry friend onboard! GO Transit allows leashed dogs on our trains and buses any day or time – outside of rush hour. WOOF.

E-tickets now available

Travel with your pup with a GO Transit e-ticket. Single-ride adult e-tickets now available. Best of all, kids 12 and under ride GO for free!

Pre-buy your mobile ticket here!

* Must pre-purchase tickets online. Available on smartphones only. Not available at station.

Dog-Friendly Breweries

These breweries are dog-friendly, and so are we! So bring your furry friend along for the ride.

Steam Whistle Brewing

Closest GO Station: Union Station

How to get there from GO: Travel along any GO train or bus that travels into Union Station, then walk.

Henderson Brewing Co.

Closest GO Station: Bloor GO Station

How to get there from GO: Travel along Kitchener GO Train line or UP Express to Bloor GO.

Belgium Moon Brewery at Stackt Market

Closest GO Station: Union Station

How to get there from GO: Travel along any GO train or bus that travels into Union Station, then walk or transfer to TTC

Learn how GO can conveniently get you to & from, with our See Schedules tool.

Pet Policy Details

You can travel with a maximum of two leashed dogs when you board on weekdays between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. and from 6:30 p.m. until the end of service, and all day on weekends and holidays.

Outside of these hours, dogs are welcome on board but must be in a pet carrier that can fit on your lap or under your seat.

To make your journey with us as smooth as possible, please follow these rules for travelling with your leashed dog:

  • You and your dog must use the lower level of trains and buses.
  • Be sure to pick up after your dog, but do not dispose of their waste on trains or buses.
  • Be considerate to others and keep your dog out of the way and off the seats.
  • Always ensure your dog is secured properly with a leash capable of maintaining control of your dog.
  • Keep your dog with you at all times for its safety and the safety of others.
  • Ensure your dog does not disrupt the enjoyment of other passengers.
  • If possible, please avoid bringing your dog onto the accessibility coach as it tends to be the preferred coach for service animals. 
  • All other pets must be in a carrier at all times while on board.

Service animals are welcome on board with their owners all day, every day, and must wear a vest and have identification from an accredited training organization.

If you’ll be transferring to or from another transit system, be sure to check with them in advance as they may have different rules about travelling with dogs.

To find out about the Dog Owners’ Liability Act, click here.

For tips about travelling with your pet, visit the Responsible Dog Owners of Canada Association.