France will start offering a delivery service to those looking for up-to-date train service for the first time.
The country will start providing free, reliable service to the public by 2017, Transport Minister Bruno Lemaire said at a press conference in Paris on Tuesday.
Puppies are not currently allowed to be transported on public transport.
The move will mean French citizens will no longer be forced to buy the service from private companies.
Lemaire said France has an annual population of over 20 million and a GDP of $2.7 trillion.
He said the new service would cover the entire country, including the French Alps, the French coast and parts of northern Spain.