What Brussels Griffons Love to do
The temperament of the Brussels Griffon
Generally the Griffon is a happy, affectionate, adaptable companion who loves his caretaker best. It is not unusual for a Griffon to be shy with strangers or new situations, and hang with his owner until he warms to what’s new. He barks when someone comes to the door or when appropriate. He doesn’t care for aggressive behavior, and if he can’t escape, he’ll defend himself. It is possible to find some Griffons who are hyperactive, and on the other end of the scale, some who are very mellow even shy. It’s best to visit the breeder and observe puppy and parent behavior. Male or female makes little difference in temperament. If you aren’t the leader, he can develop bad habits.