Lovely views from the beer garden across Hickling Broad. Dogs are allowed in the bar but not in the restaurant area but customers are welcome to eat in the bar.
Guinea Pigs are sociable and clever animals which make good pets. They rarely bite or scratch, however if allowed to escape or are frightened they may run around at fast speed making it impossible to catch them. They deserve consideration and commitment. They have the Latin name Caviaporcellus which means… read more →
There are two main things that we encourage people to vaccinate cows for. The first is BVD. This is a complicated virus that causes abortion or the birth of a calf that is persistently infected and will infect other cows. Once the disease has got into your herd it can… read more →
The answer is nearly always yes! Pneumonia is normally caused by one or more viruses that weaken the respiratory system and let bacteria grow out of control. This infection makes it hard to breathe, causes a high temperature and will put cattle off their feed. Once the lungs have been… read more →
Dogs are welcome in the bar and bar dining area and of course in the gardens and outside areas. We only ask that, if booking a table to eat, customers mention they are bringing a dog so that a suitable table can be allocated.
Leishmaniasis (sandfly) – What is it? Leishmaniasis is a serious disease of humans and animals caused by a protozoan parasite. Their parasitic life cycle includes the sandfly and the correct host. Leishmaniasis disease can have fatal complications. When introduced into the body by the bite of asandfly, the parasite migrates to the bone… read more →
How Do Phobias Develop? Several factors contribute to the development of phobias such as inherited personality differences and timidity. Young animals benefit from an early socialisation period from 3 12 weeks of age to learn about the world around it and experience new situations and stimulus. At this age most… read more →
Dogs are welcome in the bar and bar dining area and of course in the gardens and outside areas. We only ask that, if booking a table to eat, customers mention they are bringing a dog so that a suitable table can be allocated. Dogs are also welcome in some of our… read more →
Liver fluke are parasites that are linked with a type of mud snail. This mud snail needs wet muddy environments to survive and multiply. The risk of liver fluke causing disease will vary from year to year, but over the last 5 years it has become much more of a… read more →
Sadly, most horse, pony and donkey owners will have to face the prospect of having their animal put to sleep at some time and it is very important to realise that a lack of forward planning can make matters worse. A responsible horse owner should be aware of the costs… read more →