BRUSSELS GRIFFON PUPPY SALE MALE
Litter : December 28, 2015
Sex : Male
Size Range : 12-14 lbs
Color : Beige
Brussels Griffon Puppy Sale Male NJ
If you’ve never heard of the Brussels Griffon, you’re not the only one. This cute little dog looks like a mini disheveled Bulldog – it shares the same stocky stance and adorable overbite. But the Brussels Griffon is a breed all its own and to lovers of the breed, there’s no other dog quite like it.
Ideal for apartment dwellers, the pint-sized Brussels Griffon is spunky, playful, yet stubborn and mischievous. Good with other pets and children, the Brussels Griffon will try to climb onto your lap whenever possible.
Named for its city of origin (Brussels, Belgium), this playful little dog made its debut in the 1800s. These diminutive dogs were actually bred to catch mice and rats in the barns of the finest European estates. It didn’t take too long for stable boys and coach drivers to decide that these dogs made excellent companions. In fact, the Brussels Griffon became the official mascot of cabs in Brussels
If you’re going to be training a Brussels Griffon, you’re going to need plenty of patience. Sure, this is a pretty smart breed, but you need to treat your dog gently in order to get the job done right. House breaking a Brussels Griffon will require time and patience, as well as flexibility. On the positive side, the Brussels Griffon wants to please you, so it will try its hardest during training sessions.
While training, be aware of your dog’s stress level. As the Brussels Griffon is a sensitive dog, you’ll need to be gentle with your training tactics – if you’re harsh, it will only cause your dog to fear you and you could lose ground on the progress you’ve already made. It will take consistency, sensitivity, and dedication to do the job right.
Remember that new experiences can be a bit overwhelming for the Brussels Griffon. If you’re planning to leash train your dog, start it young, between the ages of four to six weeks of age.
A cheerful and charming breed, many experts say that the Brussels Griffon will be happier with an older couple or single person, as children can make them a bit nervous. But there is an exception to this rule if the dog has been socialized from a young age and is therefore used to children.
One of the things that draw people to the Brussels Griffon is that it has a loving nature. This dog loves to interact with its owners and will be at its happiest when allowed just to be with them. It doesn’t matter what you want to do or where you want to go – the Brussels Griffon will want to come along with you.
The Brussels Griffon does best with a relaxed home life where it can just be laid back.