Used in the nineteenth century for fox and bager hunting, and extensively for ratting and rabbiting, the Norfolk and Norwich Terriers are very similar; Norfolks actually having been known previously under the name of 'Norwich', and recognized by that name in 1932. In 1964, the English Kennel Club separated the two breeds and there are now subtle differences in their breed standards, notably ear carriage. The v-shaped ears of the Norfolk drop forward close to the cheek. An alert, fearless bread, the Norfolk is one of the smallest terriers, described by the standard as a 'demon' for its size, standing ideally 10 in (25-26 cm). Weight usually falls between 11-12 lb (5-5.5 kg). Compact and strong, this is a low dog of good substance and bone.
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