In the evenings, don't be surprised when you see a fox wandering around the Vathi square, waiting for her dinner!
To travel to Greece with your pets/animals must be a minimum of 12 weeks old, with a valid anti-rabies vaccination.
Anti-rabies vaccination is usually repeated every year. The vaccination should be valid and effective when travelling with minimum days of 21 since the last shot.
Vaccination to be considered valid must be applied after a microchip. Practically, the pet/animal must be a minimum of 105 days old to be accepted for transportation.
When you take your pet out, it should always be on a lease, and you have to hold with you its passport & health certificate.
Before your arrival, though, you have to check with your accommodation about the pet policy.
If you let your dog swim on a crowded beach, you risk getting a fine. Therefore, take your dog to a more isolated side of the beach, away from people. Your dog will have more space, and you will get peace of mind.
Vets can be easily found at Lefkada.