Brussels Griffon Dog Breed
Brussels Griffon Dog Classification:
Brussels Griffon were intially bred to
hunt out vermin, but have become companion
Other Names: Brussels Griffon,
Belgium Griffon, Petit Brabançon, Griffon,
Griff, Bruss, Griffon Bruxellois, Griffon
Brussels Griffon in Foreign Languages:
Origins: Brussels Griffon were
initially bred to hunt vermin.
Description: Brussels Griffon
are small dogs, they have a square compact
body, wiry fur. Their ears and tail are
Size: Brussels Griffon are small
dogs. Brussels Griffon dogs weigh 6 to
12 lbs and stand 7 to 8 inches at their
||6 - 12 lbs
||7 - 8 inches tall
||6 - 12 lbs
||7 - 8 inches
Coat: Brussels Griffons have a
wiry coat, that can be red, beige, black
and tan, or black.
Disposition: Brussels Griffons
are cuddly dogs. They are very self confident,
and can be mischevious. Brussels Griffon
tend to be climbers and have known to
be "escape artists".
Type Dog: Brussels Griffon are
Litter Size: Brussels Griffon
give birth to litters of 2 to 3 puppies.
Behavior: Brussels Griffon may
be difficult to house train, and may not
like sharing attention, they tend not
like to be left home alone.
Traits: Bold, playful, and stubborn.
Country of Origin: Belgium
Life Span: Brussels Griffon dogs
typically live 13 to 15 years.
Club Recognitions: FCI, AKC, ANKC,
CKC, KC(UK), NZKC, UKC