Among the endearing traits of the Brussels is that they're intelligent, affectionate, curious, charming, and they love everybody.

Family/Child Friendly

This breed of dog makes a superb companion for youngsters and for families.

What is Life Span and Weight
of Brussels Griffon?

Lifespan and Weight

The average lifespan of this breed of dog is around 12 to 15 years. On the other hand, with the advancement of veterinary medicine, pets have been recognized to live up to 20 years and even longer. The average weight of this breed of dog is around 6 to 12 lbs.

Typical Diseases

Probably the most widespread diseases and medical conditions associated with this breed of dog consist of but aren't limited to pregnancy difficulties requiring C sections, slipped stifle, eye issues and respiratory ailments.

Housebreaking and Shedding

Housebreaking could be performed with patience on component of the owner. Shedding is minimal to none, but brush every day to maintain. Grooming might be labor intensive.

Most effective Owner Compatibility

Might be suited for the apartment or condo environment. Not suitable for the frequent traveler. Very best Owner has a lot of love and attention to give with tons of toys to play with. They may be most effective suited for indoors.

Where to Purchase

The most effective locations to get this breed of dog are from reputable breeders, animal shelters, and rescue organizations.

Average Price

It is possible to anticipate to pay an average price of around $800+ per dog. Routine veterinary care ought to be included within your spending budget.

Aggression Factor

Can have a tendency towards little dog syndrome.

Noise Factor

If not correctly trained, this breed of dog can have a tendency towards obsessive barking. 

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How much shedding is involved with brussels

Do Griffon shed?

Some are sensitive to dog fur, some to dog dander, some to saliva. Dogs like the Yorkshire Terrier, the Poodle or Bichon Frise are easier to tolerate because they do not shed, and they have skin and hair that take frequent bathing. This is not the Brussels.

The intelligent and cheerful Brussels Griffon has a terrier-like disposition and is known for his almost human expression. This affectionate breed comes in a variety of colors, including red, belge (black and reddish brown), black and tan, or black. This breed makes a good watchdog and can be taught to perform a variety of tricks. A Brussels Griffon was featured in 1997's hit, "As Good As It Gets", starring Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt.

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