When I came to Germany, I was quite surprised to find out that two other dogs had already been living with my mistress: Henley, a Norwich Terrier, and Mortimer, a Norfolk Terrier. Both are already ten years old. I reckon they weren’t all too happy about having to share their mistress’ love with someone else and for the most part, they left me alone initially. But as of now, we get along quite well.  Henley still refuses to play with me, however. Unlike him, Mortimer enjoys spending time with me in the garden racing. Though I must always be on the lookout for him, as he tends to steal my treats.   Henley seems to be the most dominant in our group of three, which is why our mistress must treat him especially well. He wants to come first at everything.  Henley and Mortimer make up the third iteration of our mistress’ Norwich-Norfolk combination. They have been very successful at national competitions and in 2016 they were crowned veteran champions. At a dog show last year in Saarbrücken, Germany, our mistress fell in love with Corgis, and she wanted to get her hands on one ever since then.  However, the adoption process can be very lengthy, as very few puppies are bred each year and our mistress was only interested in one specific color combination red/white. At the end of the day, I’m glad that everything worked out the way it did.