Brussels griffon

Brussels Griffon

brussels griffon breeders Thinking about purchasing a Brussels Griffon? Then read our breed profile including a brief description, information on height, weight, color, coat, temperament, grooming, activity and history. Purchasing a new puppy is a commitment that may last ten or more years so please educate yourself on the Brussels Griffon breed, including all stages of their life from puppy hood to older dog. Ask yourself will I be a good owner? Do I have the time it takes to train a new puppy? Do I have the resources to give my new dog a rewarding life.

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A brief introduction.

Affix "ALEN'S DREAM" was registered in 2005. My interest in dogs started at a very tender age, and my first involvement with dogs were my parents' Boxers. I was responsible for taking care of them, daily walking and training. As time passed, I grew up, was educated as Food Technician, married with Viktor and got our daughter Marina, but the dogs have always been a great part of my life. I always admired small dog breeds, and one day I saw a Petit Brabancon (Brussels Griffon, Small Brabant Griffon ) at a dog show.

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Brussels Griffon - about the breed

It's amazing, how many names this dog breed has! Brussels Griffon, Petit Brabancon, Petit Brabançon, Small Brabant Griffon - it's the "official" breed names. And so all these unofficial names: Petit Griffon, Griffon shorthair, Brabancon, Petite Brabancon, Brabancon Griffon, Griffon Smooth, Belgian Griffon. When you'll hear these names, you know, it's all about the same dog breed! The three breeds (Griffon Bruxellois, Griffon Belge and Petit Brabançon) all descend from a small rough-coated dog called a "Smousje", which for centuries has been found in the Brussels area.

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Brussels Griffon Breed Profile

Among the endearing traits of the Brussels Griffon is that they are intelligent, affectionate, curious, charming, and they love everyone. Family/Child Friendly This breed of dog makes a great companion for children and for families. Lifespan and Weight The average lifespan of this breed of dog is around 12 to 15 years. However, with the advancement of veterinary medicine, pets have been known to live up to 20 years and even longer.

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Black brussels griffon puppies

black brussels griffon puppies Copyright (C) 2014 Classie K-9s. All Rights Reserved Brussels Griffon Puppies (Scroll down to see the puppies) Many people have never been around a Brussels and have only seen them in the movies.   For this reason, I would like to share with you a little information about them. The Breed was introduced from Belgium, where they were known as the dogs of Hansom Cab Drivers. These little dogs were often found sitting on the front seat of the cab where their small size and street urchin look won over many hearts of the people.

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Black brussels griffon

black brussels griffon Brussels Griffon Male Brussels Griffon outdoor If we adhere to generally accepted standards, the Brussels Griffon dog ugly, but it is surprisingly attractive with its individuality, which is why this breed of love wherever it appears. It does not come from noble or ancient tribal lines and yet is one of the most original and unusual rocks. Although the Brussels Griffon and belong to the “Toy”, there is no shadow of delicacy inherent in home dog-toys on the contrary, this lump of energy in a good mood breathes carelessness on the tip of the upturned nose to the “fun” delivered by the tail.

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Adopt a brussels griffon

adopt a brussels griffon Adopting A Brussels Griffon Posted on 26 October 2009. The Brussels Griffon (also known as Griffon Bruxellois for those with rough coat and Griffon Brabancon for those with smooth coat) has a sturdy terrier-like body similar to the Affenpinscher with a docked tail and a face that somewhat resembles a cute, little monkey.   His coat can be smooth or rough; the smooth coat is short, glossy, and straight while the rough coat is wiry, hard, and also short.

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About brussels griffon

about brussels griffon About the Brussels Griffon This is a breed of dog named for the city of their origin, Brussels, Belgium. They are a part of the toy dog category. They were first found in royal coach houses in the 1800s. Coachmen used them to help keep rats away from stables. They are known to be a bit sensitive, to have a huge heart and a strong desire to snuggle with their master. They are not necessarily suitable with very small children.

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