Norfolk Terrier
Inglaterra FCI 272 . Small sized Terriers.

Norfolk Terrier

The Norfolk Terrier is lively, cheerful and adapts both the countryside and the city.

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History

The Norfolk Terrier he is a very small terrier, low rise. Until 1964 formed a dog breed along with the Norwich Terrier. Both differ only in the shape of their ears. While the Norfolk Terrier has slanted ears, the Norwich Terrier has standing ears. In the past these dogs were raised together and it was always a surprise that puppies had ears. Debido a que los jueces en las exposiciones al menos sintieron que preferían los perros con orejas caídas, quisieron tener las orejas caídas o inclinadas en una clase propia. However, either standing or with ears hanging, they are wonderful terriers, vivacious little ones you can enjoy. They come from the Middle East of England. Allí estos pequeños terriers sirvieron al pueblo durante muchos años como perros guardianes y cazadores en casa y en la corte.

Keeping rats and mice, ahuyentando a una marta o zorro que quería alimentarse de pollos o palomas por la noche, demostraron ser útiles ayudantes en el hogar y en la corte. However, the small Norfolk Terrier was not, like many other somewhat larger terriers, used for active fox hunting, the marten and the otter. Didn't have to go in pursuit of these predators. No le habría faltado coraje y determinación. The Terriers de Norwich and Norfolk eran útiles como un gato, but much more defensive and effective, especially when it came to fighting rats. También tenían el valor añadido de ser perros guardianes y alarmas de peligro y eran más capaces de hacer frente a las duras, húmedas y frías condiciones climáticas del centro de Inglaterra.

Así que estos pequeños terriers ya estaban muy extendidos en las ciudades hace siglos. Consequently, fueron criados únicamente por su idoneidad para sus tareas. Either with upturned or drooping ears, it did not matter. As their tasks drifted away from rats to accompany the human psyche, the subtleties of his outward appearance also came into play. One separated the terrier into two breeds. In 1954, both were officially recognized by the FCI under the name of Norwich Terrier. The tipped-ear variant was recognized as a separate breed in 1962.

Physical characteristics

It is a small dog, clever, short limb, compacto y vigoroso; It has short back and its structure and strong bones.

Norfolk Terrier has a hair double layer: a hard top layer, ribbed and a warm and soft layer.

Ideally, is due comb the hair once a week to remove the loose hairs, dead and prevent mat.

It´s one of the smaller Terrier dogs, a “Demon” for its size. Cariñoso aunque no pendenciero, robust Constitution.

The tail amputation is optional. Medium amputation, implantada a nivel con la línea dorsal y llevada erecta. Tail of moderate size to give the dog an overall balance, thick at the base and is tuned toward the tip, as straight as possible, happily held, but not in an excessive manner.

Its movement is natural, low and high thrust. Previous members directed straight forward from the shoulders. A good angulation of the hindlimbs provides you with a great driving force.

The Member posteriores se mueven en línea con los anteriores, with free movements from the hips, and they must bend well at the knees and hocks. Línea superior nivelada.

The hair It hard, rough texture (wire), straight and well attached to the body. Long and rough in the neck and shoulders.

The hair is short and smooth on the head and ears, with the exception of a few light eyebrows and mustache.

With regard to the color, We find all the shades of reddish, wheat, black and Tan or grey. Stains or white markings are undesirable, but allowed.

The height ideal to the cross is between 25 and 26 cm..

Character and skills

Norfolk Terrier should not be aggressive despite being able to defend itself if necessary. Them, along with Norwich Terrier and the Border Terrier, has the softer temperament of the Terrier group.

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Like fellow, they love people and children and they are good pets. His level of activity is generally a reflection that the pace of its environment.

This breed should not stay or live outside, that thrive with human contact. In general, Norfolk Terrier does not generally dig, but, like any dog, cavará por aburrimiento cuando se queda solo para un período demasiado largo.

Usually, living well with other pets when introduced as a dog. In the open air, they are natural hunters and have a strong instinct for prey to small bugs.

The Norfolk Terrier is a dog self-confident, they are elegant, they are erect tail and head. Un Norfolk Terrier que sea tímido o que lleve el rabo entre las piernas es atípico.

El temperamento típico de Norfolk Terrier es feliz, alegre y seguro de sí mismo. Su mayor castigo sería ser ignorado por la familia.

Norfolk Terrier were bred as barn dogs to rid the stables of animal pests. Today, they are household companions and must have a pleasant willingness to live with the people.

The life expectancy of a Norfolk Terrier is of 12 a 15 years.

Observations

Today, the demand for Norfolk Terrier is much more to offer

They are dogs that tend to have small litters and responsible breeders developed the breed, solo crían perros sanos que son de buen temperamento, lineage, buen pedigrí y los que mejor reflejan el estándar de la raza.

Norfolk Terrier Education

La educación de esta raza es un capítulo a menudo subestimado. Although the already little dog looks so cute, especially in his first months of life, es un verdadero terrier muy seguro de sí mismo. And such a terrier wants to be educated and guided. Therefore, the Norfolk Terrier requires consequences in education from puppy age. Although small, sueña como la mayoría de los terriers en algún rincón de su cerebro con asumir el liderazgo de la manada. En el fondo se siente suelto como un mastín o un gran danés. Así que simplemente tienes que tomar su educación en serio. Otherwise, no hay ningún problema. Quiere y necesita la guía de su amo o ama y es un compañero dócil, friendly and sociable, that always brings a smile to our faces.

Norfolk Terrier Health and Care

The coat should be regularly groomed. The Norfolk does not know a change of coat. Two or three times a year dead hair should be trimmed, that is to say, ripped – but with moderation.

The small Norfolk Terrier it is a fairly robust breed of dog.

Nutrition / Food

Norfolk Terrier nutrition has no problems.

Norfolk Terrier life expectancy

The Norfolk Terrier they tend to have robust health and an average life expectancy of 15 years and more.

Buy a Norfolk Terrier

The best way to buy your puppy Norfolk is to buy it locally from an FCI member breeder or take a look at the shelter. A dog of this breed costs around 1.000 EUR.

Characteristics "Norfolk Terrier"

Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed "Norfolk Terrier" you know certain factors. Not all breeds of dogs are apt to live in an apartment, you must take into account his character, their need for exercise, their interaction with other pets, their care and if you have small children, their level of tolerance towards them.

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Norfolk Terrier pictures

Norfolk Terrier Videos

Type and recognitions:

  • FCI CLASSIFICATION: 272
  • Group 3: Terriers
  • Section 2: Small sized Terriers. Without working trial..

Federations:

  • FCI – Terriers 2 Small sized Terriers.
  • AKC – Terriers
  • ANKC – Terriers
  • CKC – Terriers
  • ​KC – Terriers
  • NZKC – Terriers
  • UKC – Terriers


FCI breed standard "Norfolk Terrier"

FCIFCI - Norfolk Terrier
Norfolk

Alternative names:

    1. Norfolk (English).
    2. Norfolk (French).
    3. Norfolk (German).
    4. Norfolk (Portuguese).
    5. Terrier de Norfolk (español).
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