Norwich Terriers are one of the smallest terriers and are close relatives of Norfolk Terriers. From the latter, they differ only in erect ears. These cute creatures are one of the smallest and most complex terriers in character. Despite their slightly comical appearance and, of course, cheerful character, they are serious and brave dogs with a huge heart, hungry for adventure. Intelligent, they easily learn tricks and tricks, and training is generally perceived as a game. But do not be fooled by the innocent look of this charming little sly man: give a little slack in upbringing – and you will not be the master of the house, but he.
Each owner wants to see his dog healthy, active and cheerful.
And, as you know, the basis of health is a proper, complete and balanced diet. Even if you purchase the freshest and highest-quality products, buy vitamins and mineral supplements, without a biochemical laboratory you cannot determine the exact nutritional value of the food you cook at home. That’s why PEDIGREE® has developed a special app that helps you evaluate how your pet’s diet meets its needs.
Proper nutrition in the first year of a puppy’s life largely determines how healthy and joyful your puppy will be in the future. Caring for the health of your pet, PEDIGREE® recommends a combination of dry and wet rations, which allows you to fully utilize the benefits of both. You can read more about this in the article.
Characteristics of the breed:
– Poorly tolerates loneliness and lack of communication
– Active, loves to amuse
– Smart, easy to adapt
Height: 25–26 cm
Age: up to 15 years
Weight: 6–7 kg
They are peaceful and get along well with other animals, especially if they grow with them. In general, Norwegians love the company.
Norwich terriers are ideal for keeping in a family – they like to mess around and play with children and take part in any family endeavor.
Hard wool should be brushed 2-3 times a week and trimmed 2 times a year.
Conditions of detention
It adapts to the city without problems, although by nature the Norwich Terrier is a dog for the countryside.
Since they were bred as working Pied Piper dogs, the Norwich needed physical activity and exercise to keep fit.