Norfolk terrier puppies – Norfolk terrier is a small, friendly and very active dog. Hunter by nature, this close relative of Norwich terrier has long ceased to be a working dog to become an excellent companion dog ago. Small body of this dog is compact and strong for his size. Legs are short but strong and muscular and have round feet with thick pads.
Head of this terrier is broad and slightly rounded. Muzzle, strong for its size, is wedge-shaped. Oval eyes are alert and intelligent expression, and are dark or black coffee. Ears are medium sized and shaped “V”, slightly rounded at tip and dropping forward close to cheek. Norfolk terrier puppies tail is thick at base and tapering toward tip. According to FCI breed standard, formerly amputation “aesthetic” was optional. Fortunately, this custom is being lost and is illegal in many countries. This terrier hair is hard and rough (hair “wire”), straight, lying close to body. It can be any shade of red, black and tan, wheat or gray. Some white spots are allowed, but not desirable.
Norfolk terrier dogs are friendly, alert, outgoing and playful. While there are dogs that have been selected for hunting burrowing animals they are less aggressive than other dogs terrier. Norfolk terrier puppies is an intelligent and easy dog to train. However, they also learn bad habits easily. Best way to educate is through training in positive, basing almost all dog training in positive reinforcement. Punishments and screams do not give good results and only destroy bond between dog and its owner.