If you are living in the house with other pets, the Norwich terrier puppy should be taught to them under careful supervision.
Norwich terrier puppy can easily get along with any of your pet, whether dog, cat or other animals.
In our kennel we have many dogs of various ages and a few breeds. Puppies from early childhood living in a flock (in the pack, with their hierarchy). If you have another dog- it’s not problem, our Norwich terrier adaptable. He's a puppy and knows how to behave puppy. Moreover, the Norwich terrier dog quite peaceful and most of them are not trying to become a leader in the dog pack.
If you have an adult cat or dog in the house, the Norwich terrier puppy acquaintance with them should occur in your presence. Cats can be aggressive to the puppy. Norwich terrier puppies sufficiently strong and have a lot of wool, but look for a cat, she can hurt eyes of your puppy Norwich terrier.
If you have a rabbit, rat, ornamental or decorative mouse, guinea pig or a turtle, do not leave Norwich terrier puppy with such animals alone. In this case, Norwich terrier puppy can be a dangerous, perhaps he'll think before him moving that it’s soft toys and can damage the health of these animals.