The Griffon Bruxellois is a breed of toy dog, named for their city of origin: Brussels, Belgium.

The Griffon Bruxellois is often referred to as a ‘Griffon’ for short.
They come in three colours red, black and black and tan. The red coat is the most common colour.

The Griffon Bruxellois is a small sturdy dog and as an adult should weigh between 3.2- 5 kg.

They have a round head, small high set ears, a short nose, and turn up which looks as if they are pouting. Their human-like facial features are often likened to that of an Ewok.

The Griffon Bruxellois comes in two coats, a rough coat (with a beard) and a smooth coat. The smooth coated Griffon requires little grooming, requiring a brush once a week. They shed some coat at the end of each season but they do not shed heavily. The rough coat Griffon does not shed but requires regular grooming. They are usually clipped or hand stripped to keep the coat tidy.

They are very devoted little dogs with a cheeky, lively personality, happy to play or to curl up with their owners. They do not require a lot of exercise.

Stand Number: 906