Norwich Terrier Breed Information
The smallest of the Terriers, the Norwich Terrier has a fox-like muzzle, large round eyes and perky ears. This energetic breed has a wiry and straight coat.
Center of attention.
Country of Origin:
Norwich Terriers originated in England.
Norwich Terriers are about 10 inches (25 cm) high.
Norwich Terriers weigh 10 to 12 pounds (4.5 to 5.5kg).
The Norwich Terrier comes in red, wheaten, tan, black & tan, and grizzle - occasionally with white markings.
The Norwich Terrier has a double-coat that is hard and wiry and lies close to its body, protecting the thick undercoat.
The Norwich Terrier is a spunky little dog that loves to know what is going on and who is going to be there. They like to be the center of anything that is going on. Norwich Terriers get along with other pets and love to play with children.
Some Norwich Terriers may suffer from back problems and genetic eye diseases.
Norwich Terriers can be expected to live 12 to 15 years.
The Norwich Terrier loves to be active but can live well in an apartment without a yard.
Norwich Terriers are part of the Terrier Group.
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