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AKC Toy Group Breeders of the Year for 2019- St Johns Kennel- Jeffery Bazell and Jeffrey Kestner

AKC Toy Group Breeders of the Year for 2019- St Johns Kennel!

Why Should I Buy My Griffon From An AKC Breeder Of Merit?

AKC Breeder of Merit Participants demonstrate a commitment to the AKC Community, dedication to their breed(s), and actively promote the sport of purebred dogs. The AKC is proud to recognize…

Does A Griffon Make A Good Family Dog?

Does a Griffon make a good family dog? The decision to have a dog has to be a “whole family” commitment not an experiment to teach children responsibility. Purchasing a…

What about spaying/neutering?

Responsible breeders will not sell a pet Griffon without spay/neuter as part of the contract. Why? It is used by responsible breeders to maintain quality control of his/her line It…

Is a Brussels Griffon easy to train?

If you are referring to housetraining the answer depends greatly on you! Consistency and balance in daily routine with plenty of praise is the key. ¬†Sporting, working, and herding breeds…

Is this the breed for someone with allergies?

Is this breed for someone with allergies? There are exceptions, but the Brussels Griffon does not make a good pet for those suffering from allergies. If a member of the…

Does the Brussels Griffon shed?

There are two coats in this breed – the rough and the smooth. The smooth coat, like any smooth coated dog, has a seasonal shed. That means that in the…

The Brussels Griffon: Is this the breed for you?

The Brussels Griffon: Is this the breed for you? Welcome to the wonderful world of the Brussels Griffon! This brochure answers some frequently asked questions to assist you with deciding…

Brussels Griffon Coats

The Brussels Griffon may sport one of two coats, rough or smooth, but within these two categories one sees a wide range of variation in texture and quality. Looking first…