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Brussels Griffon dog breed - photos and description

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The main features of the breed

Care:Need regular care
Size:Medium
Molt:Sheds very little or almost no shedding
Need for activity:Need a lot of physical activity
Domination:Moderate
Tolerance of loneliness:Moderately addicted
Type of wool:Shorthaired
Temperament:Sanguine
Friendly to strangers:Warning
Intellect:Working intelligence
Learnability:relatively easy to learn
Specialization:Watch dogs, Hunting
Tendency to bark:They love to bark

Brussels Griffon is a small, cheerful dog with an interesting expression on his face. Despite the extravagant appearance with an upturned nose and disheveled mustache, it has aristocratic manners. Smart, cheerful and cheerful, this dog is a popular family member and can be a faithful companion. In the past, griffons were used as patrol dogs and rats of rats. Today, this breed is treated as decoration. Before becoming the owner of this dog, you need to find out everything possible about the breed of the Brussels griffon. Reviews of the owners and videos will help you find out about the pros and cons of Brussels Griffon.
  Brussels Griffon is a small Belgian breed of short -haired dogs. The Brussels Griffon can be recognized by an unusual monkey muzzle with a protruding mustache and a goer. Previously, they were kept on farms for fishing rats, and now as partners. They are cheerful, smart, active and sociable. They are legible in choosing the owners and will follow them everywhere.

   Thanks to their cheerful character and interesting appearance, these pets never miss. Despite the small size, Brussels griffins are capable of performing guard and security functions. They are incredulous to strangers and have a sharp sense of smell and hearing. They will always be alert when the stranger approaches and, if necessary, boldly rush to defend the owner.
Brussels Griffon is a decorative breed. Small sizes allow it to contain it in city apartments. Brussels griffon is not aggressive and gets along well with school -age children.
  Despite popularity in his homeland, in our country this breed is quite rare. It is not recommended to be given to inexperienced breeders or people with a soft character. Despite high intelligence, griffins are difficult to train.
  Griffons choose one owner and are devoted to him. They are friendly towards other family members. Do not start someone who is at home infrequently, since he misses the separation very much and does not tolerate loneliness. This dog is happy to accompany the owner on trips and trips to nature. She loves walking very much, but does not require long -term physical exertion.

  Griffons are wary of strangers and do not like when they are stroked. They are congenital and careful, have excellent hearing and smell. With their cry, they warn the hosts about the approach of a stranger. Despite their small size, they boldly rush to defense, if necessary.