We outline the different questions that you’ll be asking in relation to microchipping your Norfolk Terrier. How much it costs, who is responsible for microchipping and your legal requirements in ensuring these details are kept up to date and much more.
Bred to hunt vermin, they are known for their courage and tenacity.
They have a wiry coat and a distinctive "otter" tail, which is carried erect.
The breed was developed in the late 19th century by crossing small terriers from East Anglia, including the Norwich Terrier.
The Norfolk Terrier was recognized by the Kennel Club of England in 1932 and by the American Kennel Club in 1979.
This spunky breed is an excellent companion, with a lively, friendly personality.
They are loyal and devoted to their owners, and make great watchdogs.
They are also intelligent and eager to please, making them easy to train.
Norfolks are active and need plenty of exercise, but they can adapt to living in an apartment if given enough daily walks.
They are generally good with other animals, but can be territorial and may bark at strangers.
Norfolk Terrier Breed Facts
Height (Adult): Male: 25 to 28cm Female: 23 to 26cm
Weight (Adult): Male: 4.5 to 6.5kg Female: 4.5 to 6.5kg
Life Expectancy: 12 to 15 years
Temperament: Courageous, Spirited, Playful, and Affectionate
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