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An interested, caring, and responsible family can adopt a Norwich Terrier, a popular breed of dog, from any local humane society or pet rescue center.

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What is the difference between a Norwich Terrier and a Norfolk terrier?

The Norfolk Terrier's ears flop down, whereas the Norwich Terrier's ears stick up :)


What is the life span of a norwich terrier?

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Is there a temperament difference between a Norwich Terrier and a Norfolk 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.


What was the Norwich Terrier first bred for?

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When was the Norfolk Terrier recognized by The Kennel Club UK?

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Does the Norwich Terrier shed?

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Where can i buy a cairn terrier that's not a lot of money?

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Do norwich teriers bark?

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