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Norwich Terrier
Norwich Terrier Content
Life Span: 12-16 years
Litter Size: 2-3 puppies
Group: Terrier
Color: Red (all shades), Black/Tan, Gray. White marks are considered unacceptable by the AKC breed standard.
Hair Length: Medium
Size: Toy/Small
Shedding: Lite Shed
Male Height: 9-10 in (24-25.5 cm)
Male Weight: 11-12 lbs (5-5.4 kg)
Female Height: 9-10 in (24-25.5 cm)
Female Weight: 11-12 lbs (5-5.4 kg)
Living Area: Like many terriers, the Norwich Terrier is at its best in an urban setting, surrounded by people. Because of the breed's inherent energy (and because of its genetic predisposition for hunting and chasing small rodents), the Norwich Terrier will also do well in suburban areas with enough yard space for running, playing, and chasing, but as a rule the dogs won't be as happy in larger rural areas or in any area with a great deal of local wildlife.

About this Breed

The Norwich Terrier is one of the smaller terriers, standing only about ten inches tall at the withers. It has a distinctive double coat, which can appear in several hues (although red is by far the most common.) The dogs are known for their excellent ratting skills, as well as for their extremely companionable personalities, high energy levels, and generally willful and intelligent terrier personalities. The breed is not to be confused with the Norfolk Terrier, who are closely related but who differ in terms of ear shape: the Norfolk Terrier has drooping ears, while the Norwich Terrier's ears are always "pricked" and straight.

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