According to the Los Angeles Times Database, there are 186 registered Brussels Griffons in the Los Angeles area, making it the 95th most common breed. For those who aren’t familiar with Los Angeles, the city has boundaries that are bigger than some of the states in the U.S., so it’s VERY rare to…
Hi! Just found you through Pinterest. I am in NYC and have a Frenchie and Griff pup. There are some pics of him on my Pinterest board and I have to work on getting some on this. Great site! As for the question- do you ever go to Griff meetups? I am on the list but mine was too young last time they did an event.
Hi Koko, we are so glad you like the blog. We did not make it to the last meetup but we do enjoy going and will try to make it to the next one. I tried to find your Pinterest but I could not. Please send me the link so I can see your pups. Frenchies & Griffs go together like peanut butter & jelly! Please do submit a picture of your griff; we love babies. Welcome to the Griff club!
My husband and I are looking for another BG to adopt. We have one, Professor, who needs a playmate when we are not home and because, well, we just love these little guys. There are no reputable breeders in the Fort Worth area.
I just went to http://www.brusselsgriffonrescue.org/ and they have several Brussels that are available for adoption in Texas, some of them looked really cute. Brussels really need company and I think your Professor will be soooo happy to have a buddy. When I first got Angus I thought that I was going to be able to bring him to work, when that did not work out I got Paco. Angus & Paco are best buds and we are all so happy!! I know several people that have rescued dogs through the Brussels Griffon rescue and every one has lived happily ever after. You will find that when you rescue a dog, they rescue you right back! We would love to see a picture of Professor and his new bud, best of luck to you Texas!!!!! I hope this was of help to you.
This may be one of our FAVORITE tumblr posts ever; is that wrong?
We are glad that Bailey is doing fine, therefore we think it is OK to share with all you Griffoniacs out there. Bailey lives with 2 other Griffs and 2 humans in Tennessee. His human brother Jake sure has a way with story telling; a future Truman Capote perhaps?
So yesterday my mom and I had a little discussion.. Apparently, my dog Bailey ate a little bit of my mother’s stash of weed and a little ash that had fallen off her nightstand.. We’re sitting in the living room when Bailey (pictured here) came stumbling in looking like he’d been on a three day drunk.. The mean little bastard was high as he could be.. If anything, I think it helped him. For once, he didn’t seem miserable and wasn’t snapping at every finger or toe that comes within two feet from his face. This is how my mother, doing her best “I’m not stoned” impression - attempts to explain how and why my dog managed to get stoned on his own.. Click “read more” to continue.