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Feb-14-2006 @ 2:38 PM                           Permalink
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Hi Does anyone know which pubs on the northern Broads are dog friendly, our Westie Rosie hates being left out and we would not leave her onboard while out.
Thanks Pete& Tina


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hi, i know wayford bridge hotel welcome dogs into the bar, but not the dining room.
a lot of pubs will allow dogs into their gardens but not inside the pub bars or lounges.
best just to ask first, being a dog lover myself i can sympathise with your plight, but a lot of pubs are governed by their brewery's health and safety policy, which often declares them an animal free zone.
have you tried leaving a radio or tv on for rosie?
works with some dogs, especially combined with one of your old coats to lie on for security.
colapsable doggy crates also work fine for the smaller breeds, it is possible to train her to stay alone for a short while.
try the dog trainers 'Barkbusters' for further information and advice, they are really good.
alternatively if you dont like the idea of kennels there are services available for doggy sitting in your own home.
one of the larger ones is homesitters.co.uk who will also attend to other pets and water plants ect whilst you are away.

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Hi Retep,
Its a bit of a shame these days, cos pubs who sell food, due to one regulation or another cant let dogs in.
Saying that quite a few have nice under cover seats out side ,where you can relax with your best friend,


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At least on a boat you have the alternative, Pete goes off for the drinks whilst Tina and Rosie wait wet nosed and eager for his return. Please note this approach does not work so well at Malthouse Broad where a 'local' at table 22 has been know to accost a forum member with more than one drink in his hands as a long lost friend  Evil Grin

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Perish the thought,
Ahem i will be there Thursday lunch if any one is passing Cheers

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Hello Pete & Tina

Rosie looks a real sweetie!  Can't blame you for not wanting to leave her behind....

Sutton Staithe Hotel - often a dog or two in there

The White Horse, Neatishead.  Always have a little fuss with the dogs in the bar there too!

Stokesby - remember Merlin seemed quite content in there as did his owners and us!!!

Lets just all hope for nice warm weather this summer so we can all sit outside!!!

Best regards


Christina

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Funnily enough 'The Dog' at Ludham Bridge is very dog friendly also the beer is very good.

I am a little biased as it is a good mate of mine that runs it  Smile  but none the less it's definitely dog friendly.

Jeremy

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Our new "baby" will be doing her first Broads tour at Easter and her name is Rosie too!

So hopefully Rosie the Finnish Spitz will get to meet Rosie the Highland Terrier

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We've always found the Berney Arms very accommodating. You can eat bar snacks in the bar, whilst our dog was fed doggie biscuits washed down with a dish of water, or even Fosters.


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