2015 National Roving Specialty ~ Louisville KY
Join us in Louisville March 12-15, 2015! Four days of all-breed shows, including the NTCA National Roving Specialty and three days of Supported Entries. Four daya of Agility ... and Four days of Obedience & Rally Trials. All judging is Indoors! Superintendent for all events: MBF • infodog.com Premium List for Kentuckiana Cluster HOTEL NOTE: Norwich Terrier room block is sold out at the host hotel La Quinta Inn. See Alternate Hotel Information for Louisville Louisville Specialty Coordinator John Francisco Norwich Terrier Club of America firstname.lastname@example.org
Donate to Norwich Health
If you would like to financially support canine health studies involving Norwich Terriers, please donate to the Norwich Terrier Donor Advised Fund at the Canine Health Foundation. All donations are tax deductible. Please make sure that every donation is specifically marked "For Norwich Terrier DAF." Click this link for information on how to send the donation to CHF: http://www.akcchf.org/how-you-can-help/donate/
A Healthy Puppy
Buying A Healhy Puppy The most important thing when looking to purchase a Norwich Terrier is to locate a breeder that you like and trust. A good breeder is not necessarily one who has never produced a dog with a health problem (we all have) but one who acknowledges these problems and tries to correct them in their breeding program. If you are unable to find or visit with a breeder in your area the telephone is your next best bet. Although breed type and conformation (how the dog looks) are important, pet owners should be most concerned with temperament and health. ...
Living with a Norwich Terrier Can a Norwich Terrier be trained to stay in my yard without a fence and to walk off leash? Terriers are instinctive vermin hunters and, except in very controlled circumstances, cannot be trusted off leash or in an unfenced area AT ANY TIME!! A rabbit or squirrel is enough to send him chasing, which may lead to being lost or hit by a car. A fenced yard (or dog run) is a must, unless you are committed to potty-walks multiple times a day. Tying a terrier out in the yard is not recommended, because it leaves him ...