However, this breed is not typical of the “pampered pet” stereotype of Toy breeds. This breed has good bone for its size. In temperament, Brussels Griffons are full of self-importance, and their carriage reflects this attitude. You also may want to "polish" him occasionally with a soft cloth to bring out his coat's shine. Brussels Griffon have two different coat types: rough coat or smooth coat. In 1898, the breed was admitted to the English Stud Book, and clubs formed to develop the breed. Their almost human expression attracts attention and admirers. Tuckasegee, North Carolina » Brussels Griffon $2,500 Looking for a Brussels Griffon If you have one please contact me Sterling Heights, Michigan » Brussels Griffon Beautiful puppy Girl, 9 month, very friendly Palatine, Illinois » Brussels Griffon $1,950: Brussells Griffon puppy [noelkruse11] This is Jet. BRUSSELS GRIFFON/AKC from Belgium, nicknamed "Griffs" are classified in the TOY Group. Another notable trait of this petite breed are their ears.
Aug 28, 2014 - Explore kangahroo's board "GRIFFONS - (Petit Brabancon- smooth coated)", followed by 111 people on Pinterest. Brush him every week and he should be just fine. What ended up was a short faced, large eyed, big doomed headed dog that appeared to have the expression of a frown. There are two coat varieties for the Brussels Griffon. He is a rough coat, he has a shorter coat and should have a shorter beard. Find Brussels Griffon Puppies and Breeders in your area and helpful Brussels Griffon information. ADD YOUR KENNEL - CLICK HERE Precious Paws Brussels Griffons (California) Ambrosia Brussels Griffons and Border Terriers (Missouri) DesertMagic Frogs 'N' Friends (New Mexico) Little's Brussels Griffons (Ohio) Ardenada Brussels Griffons (South Carolina) Tailwagging Puppies (Tennessee) Pups2Love (Texas). The smooth coat is rather glossy with hair that is flat and close to the body from head to tail. See more ideas about Brussels griffon, Griffon dog and Dogs. Even though the Brussels Griffon cannot live outdoors, it likes to spend sufficient time in the yard. Reaching back into their 17th century beginnings in Belgium, the small Brussels Griffon was bred to rid stables of vermin, just as many small breeds were back in the day. The rough coat Brussels Griffon tend to sport a trademark beard which is another attractive characteristic of this breed. Its rough coat requires combing every week and shaping by stripping once every three months. The breed can have either a rough or smooth coat. The smooth Brussels Griffon is also known as the Brabancon in Europe, named for the Belgian anthem “La Brabanconne”. Their active indoor lifestyle and small size makes them ideal for apartment life, but they still need to be taken for daily walks. For the smooth-coated variety, grooming is minimal, comprising only occasional brushing to get rid of dead hair. All Brussels Griffon found here are from AKC-Registered parents.