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About Norwich Terriers

Above all else, Norwich Terriers are appreciated for their affectionate temperament. Learn More >

Norwich in Action

While today’s Norwich are mostly family companions, the breed retains the fortitude and desire to hunt destructive rodents, small size, and jovial temperament so prized by early huntsmen. Learn More >

Find a Norwich Terrier

Now that you want a Norwich Terrier, how do you acquire one that is a good match for you and your family? Learn More >

16March, 2017

NTUAS Study Help Needed

Dr. Stanley needs 23 Norfolk Terriers for our study.  25 Norfolks and 25 brachycephalic dogs will be the control (comparison) groups for the Norwich Terrier Upper Airway Syndrome study. So [...]

14March, 2017

Trophy Sponsorship Deadline-March 15th

Dear NTCA Members, Please consider a trophy sponsorship for the 2017 National Specialty at Montgomery County Kennel Club. The trophy sponsorship form can be found in the "Members Only" section [...]

9March, 2017

Amazing Otto!

We’re sharing this video because it features Norwich Terrier "Otto" ( CH Highwood's Sir Lamorak of Redfearn at Bon Clyde NA, NAJ) bred by members Nancy & Janos Fonyo, owned [...]

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The Norwich Terrier Club of America

1914      William Jones “Willum”, the first Norwich (called a Jones terrier then), brought to America
1930’s   Unofficial founding of the Norwich Terrier Club
1936     American Kennel Club (AKC) breed recognition
1947     Norwich Terrier Club re-organized by Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. Spencer
1947     Official recognition of NTC by the AKC as the Parent Club for Norwich Terriers
1979     AKC recognition of two seperate breeds – Norwich (prick ear) and Norfolk (drop ear)
1979     Club renamed The Norwich and Norfolk Terrier Club
2009     AKC approves division into separate clubs for each breed
2009     Incorporation of the Norwich Terrier Club of America

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