Norfolk and Norwich Terriers
Good with Kids:
Norfolk and Norwich Terriers are cheerful and intelligent dogs. They are adaptable dogs that are both bold and brave. They have loud barks and get along well with children. The Norfolk terrier has erect-standing ears while Norwich Terriers have drooping ears.
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Small dog breeds
These are cheerful, lively, and intelligent dogs which are friendly, brave and bold, cunning, enterprising, straight forward, playful, and can be willful.
Terrier dog breeds (AKC)
For a terrier, these are fairly easy dogs in their relationship with other dogs. Children too are seldom a problem. Visitors will be initially announced by loud barking but then all will be calm.
These breeds have hard-wired coats. The hair on the head and ears is shorter than at the neck, belly and shoulders. It comes in a variety of shades of red, but also in straw-yellow, black with rust-brown, and grey. A small amount of white is permissible although not preferred.
Brush and comb the coat regularly and pluck out the old hair. This is usually needed about twice per year, depending upon the condition of the coat. Excess hair between the pads of the feet must also be trimmed.
These Terriers learn quite quickly. Make sure you are real consistent with them because they are terriers with a will of their own