Norfolk Terrier 2024 Calendar
The Norwich - Norfolk Terrier Wall Calendar 2024 not only
features fabulous photography sure to brighten your day, but
also includes a wide open grid with ample space to jot down
all of those special dates and anniversaries.
Norfolk Terriers are spunky and gregarious little dogs.
Though petite, they are virtually fearless when it comes to
catching foxes. What's more, they're alert, even-tempered,
and loyal. They love digging, burrowing, and being the
center of attention, especially in this cute calendar.
About the Norfolk Terrier
Norfolk Terrier calendars are a delightful choice for dog
enthusiasts who adore this energetic and friendly breed.
These calendars feature a collection of captivating
photographs or charming illustrations of the Norfolk
showcasing their unique characteristics and playful nature.
The Norfolk Terrier is a small, lively, and affectionate
dog breed known for its friendly and spirited nature.
Originating in England, it was primarily bred for hunting
small game such as rats and foxes. Today, Norfolk Terriers
are popular as companion pets due to their charming
personality and compact size.
Norfolk Terriers have a compact and sturdy build, standing
about 9 to 10 inches (23 to 25 centimeters) tall at the
shoulder and weighing around 11 to 12 pounds (5 to 5.4
kilograms). They have a square-shaped body, with a broad
head, expressive dark eyes, and a wiry double coat that
comes in various colors, including red, wheaten, black and
tan, or grizzle.
One of the notable characteristics of Norfolk Terriers
is their friendly and outgoing temperament. They are
sociable and enjoy being part of the family. They get along
well with children, making them suitable for households with
kids. Norfolk Terriers are generally good with other dogs
but may have a high prey drive towards smaller animals due
to their hunting background.
Norfolk Terriers are intelligent and curious dogs. They are
quick learners and can excel in obedience training and
various dog sports. However, they can also be independent
thinkers, so consistent and patient training methods are
necessary. Mental stimulation, interactive play, and regular
exercise are important for their well-being.
their small size, Norfolk Terriers are energetic and require
daily exercise to keep them physically and mentally
stimulated. They enjoy walks, playtime, and exploring their
surroundings. They can adapt well to both urban and rural
environments, as long as they receive the necessary exercise
and mental stimulation.
Grooming the Norfolk Terrier is relatively low-maintenance.
Their wiry double coat requires regular brushing to prevent
matting, and hand-stripping or trimming is necessary to
maintain their coat's texture and shape. They are a
non-shedding breed, making them suitable for individuals
In summary, the Norfolk Terrier is a friendly and energetic
companion breed that brings joy and companionship to its
owners. With their compact size, cheerful nature, and
intelligence, Norfolk Terriers make loving and entertaining
pets. With proper care, training, and exercise, Norfolk
Terriers can thrive as valued members of the family.
Norfolk Terriers were originally bred
for hunting small game, particularly rats and foxes. Their
compact size, strong prey drive, and tenacious nature made
them excellent at digging into burrows and flushing out the
prey. They have a natural instinct for hunting and can
exhibit determination and fearlessness when faced with a
challenge. Despite their small stature, Norfolk Terriers
possess the heart of a true hunter.
Terriers are two closely related dog breeds that share a
common ancestry. Both breeds were originally considered as
one breed, known as the Norwich Terrier. The distinguishing
feature between the two is their ears. Norfolk Terriers have
dropped ears, while
Norwich Terriers have erect ears. Although they are now
recognized as separate breeds, Norfolk Terriers and Norwich
Terriers often get along well and can enjoy each other's
company, making them compatible playmates and companions.