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AKC Brussels Griffon puppies

DOB: 12/20/2023

MOM (Raven) - black  rough weighing 8 lbs

DAD (Xavier) black & tan rough coat weighing 12 lbs


RAVEN - mom

XAVIER - dad

Lovely litter of AKC Brussels Griffon puppies.  This is a new pairing of these dogs.  Raven is our really sweet solid black rough girl.  She is a Gabby daughter weighing about 8 lbs.  Xavier is our boy we imported from Russia in 2019. Sweet athletic boy weighing about 12 lbs.  Because it is their first pairing I am not sure what size to expect at maturity.  I would assume since Fluff is small she will be more of Raven's size.    I do believe the litter will all mature within breed standard.

I was going to keep Fluff as a replacement girl in our household - but now I do not think she is going to be large enough.  She was a bigger pup in the litter however; she has stayed small and expecting her to stay the size of her mom.

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.

FLUFF - red rough coat female - SOLD!  She is headed to NY!

DO NOT BE SCAMMED!!! If you are interested in purchasing a puppy off the internet from ANY breeder - use some common sense. If the deal sounds too good to be is. As for fraud control please ask your prospective breeder for SOMETHING. A video call is best - you can see the puppy live and almost all breeders now have that technology with FB Messenger, Google Duo or Skype. If they do not then I recommend a picture of your "catch phrase" on a piece of paper with the date with the puppy standing next to that picture. If a scammer has stolen a picture he/she will not be able to do that for you because they do not have the puppy. Or references - a legitimate breeder will always be able to provide a reference from another buyer. There are just as many scammers stealing my photos to scam individuals as there are scammers taking innocent client's money. I don't mean to scare anyone. Everyone needs to protect themselves when purchasing anything through the internet.