The Norfolk Terrier makes a good
pet because it is full of energy and very affectionate. It
does however require a great deal of attention to be paid
to it by its owner or someone in the household. The Norfolk
Terrier is known for taking well to new pets being introduced
into the household in which it lives.
The Norfolk Terrier is very similar in appearance to the
Norwich Terrier and until the 1960's it was considered to
be a subspecies of the Norwich Terrier. The only main difference
between the two is that the Norfolk Terrier has ears which
are folded downwards. When full grown the average Norfolk
Terrier will weight between 11 and 13 pounds.