Norwegian and Norfolk terriers have obviously been named after the province and the city, although if we return to the early nineteenth century, we see that people did not distinguish them from ordinary farm dogs. The Glenn Italian Terrier, the Kern Terrier, and the Dundee Dinmont Terrier are some of the breeds from which these eastern-Anglican terriers were formed as the descendants of these three formed today's Norwegian and Norfolk Terriers. Terrier of strong and charged bodies and typically short legs used not only for hunting foxes and badgers but also for rats. It has an extraordinary nature, it is completely fearless, but never the first one attacks. One of the smallest terriers. Low, worthy dog, harmonious and strong material, compact and strong bones. The frequent scars of hard work are not punished. All shades of red, black, yellowish brown or gray. White tags or areas are undesirable.