Brussels Griffon Mix


This breed grew in popularity in the late 19th century with both workers and noblemen in Belgium. They were registered in 1883 in the first volume Belgium's kennel club studbook, the Livre des Origines Saint-Hubert

Care and Health

They have relatively few inherited health problems, but should still be tested for congenital defects, the most serious of which are Syringomyelia (SM) and Chiari-like malformation (CM).

Fun Fact

The tiny toy breed Brussels Griffon is known for his human expressions.

Good For

Family pet


They are known to have a huge heart, and a strong desire to snuggle and be with its master.


Size medium, small Fur, sheds minimal, medium energy.

The Cutest Brussels Griffon Mixes on Pet Parade

  • Calli
  • Gus
  • Sandy