Someone didn't miss a stitch in creating these little dogs. Norwich Terriers are stars of the silver screen, both large and small — this breed is often seen in Hollywood films and on TV commercials. These feisty, fox-faced dogs are among the smallest terriers, but they're definitely not lapdogs.
Charming and high-spirited, Norwich Terriers were first bred to be barnyard ratters. These days, most spend their time keeping their people company and competing in earthdog trials.
Originally from England, this small-sized and medium-energy breed can grow to about 12 pounds and lives an average of 12-15 years. The breed is recognized by the American Kennel Club and classified as a member of the Terrier group. Learn more!