Brussels Griffon Personality
Brussels Griffon Characteristics
Dog Park Friendly
Brussels Griffon Care
Brussels Griffon History & Lineage
Brussels Griffon Medical Challenges
The Brussels Griffon is a predominantly healthy breed. Some of these dogs have been known to experience heart problems, cataracts, patellar luxation, and hip dysplasia. However, most Griffons live full lives without any serious issues. Annual checkups with your veterinarian will play an important role in helping you to catch and treat any issues that may arise. The National Breed Club also suggests that you speak with your vet about ophthalmologist, patella, and hip evaluations to help you better understand and ensure your Griffon’s health. Always be sure to contact your vet right away if you have any serious concerns about your dog’s health and wellbeing. Your pup will be grateful of all the loving care that you provide for them, and they will be sure to find plenty of ways to show it that will continue to joy to your life.