Social and affectionate – this is the best way to describe the social skills of the small Norwich Terrier. He feels most comfortable with his family. But the curious dog is also open to new people or conspecifics and is always happy to have company.
All the less he can cope with loneliness. Norwich Terriers are very loyal dogs and are deeply attached to their masters. That’s why you shouldn’t leave your terrier alone for too long.
And as you know, Norwich Terriers are naturally gifted hunters. That’s why they don’t get along too well with cats. However, if you have a velvet paw at home, it is advisable to look for a breeder where the terriers live with cats from birth.
Caution should also be exercised with other pets, such as rodents. It is best to talk to the breeder about the compatibility of the animals.