Personality and Traits:The Norfolk Terrier is independent, even-tempered and likes to please. He is capable of very focused attention and as a result, is easy to train as long as training is consistent and the owner is firmly established as the boss.
Use rewards during training as this breed really enjoys treats!
Norfolks are happiest being in close proximity with the family and involved in everything going on. Owners say they are very affectionate, feisty and playful. They like being busy and do not like being left alone for very long.
Activity Level:This energetic and active dog needs exercise. A significant daily walk will keep him happy. An opportunity to romp off-leash in a secure area, would make his day.
Space Needs:This small dog can adapt to small or large accommodations, but since he's pretty active an outdoor play area is an ideal extra.
Children:The Norfolk Terrier is a very suitable dog for children who are mature enough to be considerate of pets and treat them kindly. As always, adult supervision is the best recommendation whenever children interact with any pet.
Height: 10 inches
Weight: 11-12 lbs.
Color variations: Red, Wheaten, Black/Tan, and Grizzle
Coat and Care:The coat is double, wiry on the top and softer underneath. Regular stripping is needed to maintain the coat for the best condition, with weekly brushing for maintenance and to avoid mats.
Elderly:A great companion for the elderly provided exercise arrangements can be made.
Small Dogs, Big Hearts: A Guide to Caring for Your Little Dog
The very latest information on the care of small dogs, as well as the safest, and fastest training methods for little dogs. Includes the very important topics of housetraining to house manners.
Norfolk Terrier (KCB)
Comprehensive care information for all stages of the Norfolk's development. The guide also covers breed history, characteristics, puppy selection, feeding, training, health care issues and behavior. Also includes advice about puppy-proofing the home, preparing for the puppy, housetraining and potential puppy problems. Lots of color photos.
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