Brussels Griffon Question

Our three year-old BG has suddenly started disregarding us when we call him, his hearing is fine -


He is a very stubborn dog, deeply devoted and smart - but head strong. He also suffers from separation anxiety. Changes to our day to day routine also seem to throw him off balance - if we do something he enjoys even once he expects it everyday - he will actually refuse to eat for several days if we give him a treat holding out for another

    In Brussels Griffon - Asked by Anonymous - 3/19/2013 3:32:06 PM
Brussels Griffons although small require daily exercise. A daily walk for a mile or more will keep your dog happy. A happy dog is much more likely to cooperate with you. Obedience classes are also fun for you Griffon. I have 5 little stubborn men but classes taught me a lot about their individual personalities.
    Answered by Anonymous - 5/24/2013 2:39:09 PM


Griff's are known as the Velcro dogs, because the want to live that way. Attached to you. Not a good choice if you're away for hours because separation anxiety doesn't begin to cover it! They love that much! They make great service dogs, by the way!
    Answered by maximuspatch - 5/15/2014 4:12:39 PM