Norwich Terrier (Vsn: July 2015)
The Norwich Terrier is one of the smallest of the terriers, of a lovable disposition, not quarrelsome, tremendously active and with a hardy constitution.
A small, low, keen dog, compact and strong with good substance and bone. Honourable scars from fair wear-and-tear should not be penalized unduly.
We offer a 43 page full colour Comparative Study and Illustrated Breed Standard of Norfolk and Norwich Terriers. This has been done in consultation with many other breeders and judges to clearly de-mystify the very basic written standard of the various kennel clubs. Currently, this is the only comparative study and illustrated standard in the world for these breeds. Without a doubt this is an invaluable reference document for those who choose to educate themselves on Norfolk and Norwich Terriers.
Short Excerpts from the Illustrated Breed Standard and Seminar Illustrations
The illustration above depicts the correctly built, moderately proportioned Norwich Terrier. No illustrated standard can be complete without showing the skeleton to show the overall balance of the breed.
This illustration also shows what is under the skin:
American Kennel Club
Australian National Kennel Club
Canadian Kennel Club
The Kennel Club (UK)
Federation Cynologique Internationale (World Canine Organization)