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Could members please list the dog friendly pubs of the Norfolk Broads.

I am interested in both the ones that allow dogs into the beer gardens and those that actually allow dogs into the pubs.

The more information the better.

Thanks in anticipation, because it aint long now before we arrive at Acle!!!!

Yours Newfoundly
Warren

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There was some information on this thread quite recently

http://www.the-norfolk-broads.co.uk/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=22&Topic=5172


Howard

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The ferry inn lets dogs inside.

Nice picture of the dog me mate has 3 of those dogs his mothers out every 30 mins hoovering up after them too much work for me prefer looking at them.

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Firstly, thanks for the link to the dog friendly pubs topic.

Secondly, the key to keeping the hairs down to a minimum are :

1. Regular walks (The hair drops off in the wind and ends up outside and not in your house)
2. Regular swimming (loosens the coat even more)
3. A good pet shampoo and done at least once a fortnight
4. Have a pet blaster top dry them afterwards (Like an extremely powerful hair dryer for dogs for those that dont know. This really does get the hairs out!!)
4. Most importantly regular grooming.

If you stick to the above hair dropping in the house will be kept to a minimum, although a minmium for a newfie is quite a lot.

If all else fails, by a Dyson, as there arent many other vaccum cleaners on the market that can cope with Newfie hair!!!!



Yours Newfoundly
Warren

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Just to add another to the list try The Lion Inn at Thurne.
We have three German Shepards and always been welcome in the family room.

Steve

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Thanks Stevie, although on other threads I here the Lion is not very family friendly, so I will just have to leave my two 14year olds lokin after the boat as me the misses and 3 dogs go for a jar!!

Actually sounds very good to me that!!

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I have taken my friend and her 2 dogs to the Surlingham Ferry which as a big garden area and walks along hte river - accompanied by Timmy who belongs to the owners of The White Horse in Chedgrave

Timmy is always prepared to recieve friendly visitors and there is always a welcoming bowl of water in the doorway. They do bar meals so owners can eat in, or take the dogs and families outside in the garden, which has plenty of shade under trees.

A short walk into Loddon you can walk along the river to Pyes Mill, and if the cows aren't about, its a good safe area for a run for the dogs.


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Thanks for theat and lovely picture of your Border terrier.

Bruce, Shadow and Leon have a friend who is a Border and they all think they are the same size!!!

It doesnt half make for a few laughs when running around the garden!!!

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the kings head loddon is a dog friendly pub and you can eat in the bar with the dogs if you wish just not in the restaurant.

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Just don't let your dog eat sprouts or beans.

Jenny Morgan,
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