The Norfolk Terrier is native to England and is among the smallest of working terriers. He was formerly regarded as the same as the Norwich Terrier. He’s a barnyard ratter and fox hunter. In 1979, the drop eared breed took the name of the Norfolk Terrier while the prick eared breed remained as the Norwich Terrier. He works equally well on his own or in packs and is hardy, compact and very active.
He easily adapts to different environments so he can live in the country or the city. He’s loyal and a devoted companion, His coat is wiry and resistant to the weather. It can be black, red, tan, wheaten or grizzle in colour. He loves walking and being with his owner. His coat needs regular stripping, brushing and grooming. He’s 9 – 10 inches high.