MOM - Pugsley
DAD - Peanut
This is a nice litter of AKC Brussels Griffon puppies. Lovely boys and girls. Quite a bit of choice for color/coat combination. This is Pugsley's first litter. Pugsley has showed herself to be an good mom if not a little impatient with her pups. She is attentive and has done a good job raising these pups. Peanut is a mess. Hyper little friendly guy at only about 7 lbs with an outstanding pedigree, breed conformation and attitude.
We still have 5 puppies out of this litter that are available.
Brenda is a nice belge smooth coated girl. Sweet attitude, good eater - she is the largest pup in this litter. It was hard not to keep this girl - she is going to be fantastic. Bouncy happy little griff.
Brody is the great smooth coat black & tan boy. - Showstopper here. Dramatic look, breed standard is correct. This little guy would be a show prospect or a really nice male for a breeding program that needs a shot of correct genetics.
They come up to date on their age appropriate vaccinations and will come with their shot records so you know when his next set is due. Registration paperwork come with them. Both pups are already microchipped and will come with information so that you can change that into your name. A sample of food will be provided as well as a label off the bag so you can keep them on the same food as to not cause stomach upset issues. I will always be here as breeder support for any questions that may come up.
As a breed - Brussels Griffon are needy little lap dogs. They will pick their people and spend the next 10-12 yrs typically ON that person or at least within a few feet. This is not a breed you can ignore not that you will want to. Adorable little faces to stare into. If you do not want a dog sitting in your lap at all times demanding your full attention - then this breed is probably not for you. BG do not really have an independent bone in their body. They can take some time to figure out the whole potty training thing.......but they DO train and once they have it- they have it. Doggy doors and crate training speed the process along.