The Norwich Terrier is one of the smallest specimens belonging to the large Terrier family. Low on legs, he is rather solid and stocky.
He has excellent bones, giving him great physical strength. The Norwich Terrier has character, showing his capacity for work, while revealing his playful and affectionate temperament.
Between 24 and 26 cm (9.45 to 10.24 inches) for the male
Between 24 and 26 cm (9.45 to 10.24 inches) for the female
Between 5 and 5 kg (11.02 to 11.02 pounds) for the male
Between 5 and 5 kg (11.02 to 11.02 pounds) for the female
The color of his coat can vary between wheat, red, grey, black and tan and is found in all shades of fawn.
The harsh, rough, and wiry hair of the Norwich Terrier's coat is flat and straight. He has a very abundant undercoat.
The hair around the neck forms a pretty collar around the head. It is smoother and shorter on the head, and the Norwich Terrier has eyebrows and whiskers.
His broad head, with a slightly rounded skull, has a well marked stop, and a muzzle reminiscent of a fox.
His small dark eyes are oval in shape. His ears are medium size, straight and have a pointed tip.
His small nose is black. His tail can be left natural or shortened, as the case may be, but always ends the back line, standing perfectly straight.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 3, section 2 and is #72