• Brussels Griffon

    Brussels Griffons have short, thick bodies and almost human expressions described as alert and curious. They move with a purposeful (and adorable) trot.

  • Group: Companion
    Lifespan: 12–15 yr
    Height: 7–8 in
    Weight: 6–14 lb

  • Care

    Smooth-coated Brussels Griffons require less grooming than the rough-coated variety. An occasional bath and weekly brushing are all it takes to remove dirt and excess hair. During shedding season, which happens in the spring and fall, their coats will need daily brushing to remove dead hair. Rough-coated Brussels Griffons also need occasional baths and weekly brushings. However, they also need regular hair trims to keep them looking their best. Nail trims and ear cleaning are also essential grooming tasks. Brussels Griffons benefit from regular dental care. Start brushing their teeth at home when they're young and talk to a veterinarian about professional dental cleanings to ensure good oral hygiene throughout their lives.

    Smooth-coated Brussels Griffons require less grooming than the rough-coated variety. An occasional bath and weekly brushing are all it takes to remove dirt and excess hair. During shedding season, which happens in the spring and fall, their coats will need daily brushing to remove dead hair.

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  • Disorders

    Cataracts, Chiari-like malformation ( C M) and syringomyelia ( S M) Progressive retinal atrophy
    Corneal dystrophy Hip dysplasia

    Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.