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 Norwich Terrier
Norwich 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 Norwich
showcasing their unique characteristics and playful nature.
The Norwich Terrier is a small and spirited dog breed
known for its lively personality and distinctive appearance.
Originating in England, Norwich Terriers were primarily bred
for hunting small game, such as rats and foxes. Today, they
are beloved as companion pets and are cherished for their
playful nature and loyal companionship.
Norwich Terriers are compact and sturdy dogs, 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 well-balanced body, with a slightly foxy
expression, dark eyes, and erect ears that give them a perky
appearance. Their double coat is wiry and comes in various
colors, including red, wheaten, black and tan, or grizzle.
One of the notable characteristics of the Norwich
Terrier is its lively and spirited personality. They are
known for their playful and energetic nature. Norwich
Terriers are often described as confident, alert, and full
of personality. They form strong bonds with their families
and are loyal and affectionate companions.
Norwich Terriers are intelligent and quick learners. They
possess a curious nature and enjoy mental stimulation and
interactive play. They can excel in various dog sports, such
as obedience and agility, with proper training and
socialization. They are generally good with children and can
adapt well to family life.
Grooming the Norwich
Terrier requires regular maintenance. Their wiry double coat
needs brushing to prevent matting, and occasional
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 with allergies.
In summary, the Norwich Terrier is a lively and spirited
companion breed that brings joy and entertainment to its
owners. With their small size, playful nature, and loyalty,
Norwich Terriers make loving and devoted pets. With proper
care, training, and exercise, Norwich Terriers can thrive as
cherished members of the family.
Norwich Terriers have a long history
as skilled vermin hunters. Originally bred for the purpose
of controlling rat populations, they were highly valued for
their ability to go into tight spaces, such as burrows and
barns, to eradicate pests. Their compact size, wiry coat,
and determined nature made them effective in their hunting
tasks. Today, while many Norwich Terriers no longer have the
opportunity to work as vermin hunters, they still retain
their natural instincts and can excel in activities such as
earthdog trials, where they showcase their ability to
navigate and dig into underground tunnels in pursuit of