In Bus-Sur, we fully ascribe to law 19,284 that "regulates the use of guide dogs, signal or service by persons with disabilities." These dogs, can be moved in the cabin, according to the following indications:

Who can transport one?

All persons with disabilities have the right to be permanently accompanied by an assistance dog.

Can any dog be an assistance dog?

No, the animal must receive specific training from people or specialized institutions and legally recognized. These entities may even select and raise dogs with the particular objective of serving as assistance animals.

Should they have any identification or badge?

Yes. The animal must always wear a harness or breastplate of any color delivered by the entity that trained it. It must also carry an official badge, which may be a medal that penda of the necklace or a patch attached to the breastplate or harness, which has the Maltese Cross in blue and yellow with the legend "Assistance Dog".

Where can assistance dogs enter with their owner?

(...) Any means of transport of passengers, public or private, free or paid, individual or collective, land or sea, that provides services in Chilean territory. You can not charge for the animal's access to these vehicles.

What are the responsibilities of the dog owner?

The user of the animal must be responsible for ensuring a healthy coexistence and avoid disturbances or discomfort to other people. You must keep it controlled with its fastening elements (such as straps), have your identification visible, ensure its hygiene, take responsibility for your health and use it in the functions for which it was trained.