The Norfolk Terrier's ears flop down, whereas the Norwich Terrier's ears stick up :)
The average lifespan of a Norwich Terrier is between 12 and 14 years.
Wire-haired Fox Terrier, Airedale Terrier, Lakeland Terrier, Welsh Terrier. Scottish Terrier, Norfolk terrier, Norwich Terrier.
Norwich terriers are only brown (or have a brown stripe down their back) and have thick wire hair. Cairn Terrier fur is light brown and can have a little black--usually around ears and nose/beard (others are all black), and is much softer and not as dense as a norwich terrier.
I have both, I think they have the same temperament, even though I find my Norwich male to be the most affectionate dog I have ever owned.
for hunting small animals
Norwich terriers are a little smaller- they also have "up" ears. Norwich terriers have a slightly less "terrier" personality, they are very good with children and tend to be less "dominate" then Cairns. Also Norwich terriers are more rare, only having 2 puppies per litter so they are very expensive ($1500-$3000). Be careful when buying a Norwich though, make sure it is AKC registered because there have been cases of people selling Cairns with cropped ears and calling them Norwiches.
Patterdales and Norwich are in the Terrier group.
The Norfolk Terrier gained recognition by the Kennel Club as an independent breed in 1960. Prior to this, it was seen as a variety of the Norwich Terrier.
From a reputable breeder. Check out the website for the Bull Terrier Club of America at www.btca.com
The Norwich Terrier does shed, but not as much as other dog breeds. It is a very light shedder. Grooming, bathing, and brushing a dog can make them shed less. These dogs have shaggy, medium length, waterproof coats.
ADOPT from a shelter. ;D
They're expensive!! When buying a Norwich always make sure it's AKC registered, otherwise you may not be getting a full blooded Norwich... they only have around 2 pups per litter so they are more rare. The cost is usually between $1500-$3000.
Newfoundland, Neapolitan Mastiff, Norfolk Terrier, Nowegian Buhund, Nowegian Lundehund, Norwich Terrier, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever.neapolitan mastiff, Newfoundland, northfolk terrier, native American Indian dog etc.... the answer is yes!
The breed of dogs that are good for someone who is allergic are American Hairless Terrier, Airedale Terrier ,Basenji, Bedlington Terrier, Cairn Terrier , Cavachon ,Chacy Ranior, and several hundreds more.
he Norwich, unlike some of the other terriers, does not need constant stimulation. Norwich Terriers will dig and bark if left unattended or without anything to entertain them for long periods of time, but by and large, they let life roll off their backs. They are decent short distance runners, and will thrive if played with daily. Norwich Terriers are not the most active of terriers and when compared with the Patterdale or the Westie, might even be considered aloof. The Norwich Terrier is easy to train and likes following rules and developing habits.
A Jack Russell terrier may be adopted for free at a local shelter or at a person giving away a litter. Adopting a terrier may also be done at online sites such as puppyfind and petfinder.
if im 20 can someone adopt me?
One can purchase a Yorkshire teacup terrier at any reputable breeders or pet stores. One can also use a website such as PetFinder to sift through specific species to adopt, including a Yorkshire teacup terrier.
One can rescue a Yorkshire Terrier through several different agencies who operate online. Some of these include: Pet Finder, Adopt A Pet, and Animal League.
To find out information about Norwich Union Healthcare you will have to visit the official site which falls under its owners name Aviva. Norwich Union is Aviva Co's British arm.
Here are the different breeds of terrier (in the AKC Terrier Group):Airedale TerrierAmerican Staffordshire TerrierAustralian TerrierBedlington TerrierBorder TerrierBull TerrierCairn TerrierDandie Dinmont TerrierGlen of Imaal TerrierIrish TerrierKerry Blue TerrierLakeland TerrierManchester TerrierMiniature Bull TerrierMiniature SchnauzerNorfolk TerrierNorwich TerrierParson Russell TerrierScottish TerrierSealyham TerrierSkye TerrierSmooth Fox TerrierSoft Coated Wheaten TerrierStaffordshire Bull TerrierWelsh TerrierWest Highland White TerrierWire Fox Terrier
Developed in East Anglia, England, the Norfolk and Norwich Terriers used to be the same breed with two different ear types, both were referred to as the Norwich Terrier. The English were the first to separate them in 1964. In 1979 the AKC officially deemed them as separate breeds. The Norwich having small perked ears and the Norfolk with dropped ears. Another slight difference is, the Norfolks are angular in shape and the Norwich Terriers are more round. The dogs were used as barnyard ratters and to bolt foxes that had gone to ground during a fox hunt. Their small size allowed them to get in and out of fox dens easily. After the foxes were flushed from their dens hunters on horseback would resume the chase with their hounds.