Brussels Griffon

Average: 4.4 (5 votes)

First developed in Belgium for horse stables as rat catchers, the Brussels Griffon breed quickly became members of normal households. The small, brown dog weighs between 6 and 12 pounds and stands at 7 to 8 inches tall. The curiosity and charming nature of the breed makes it a good choice as a companion.

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Adina

What did you train them to do? Price would depend on what your neghibors were willing to pay and on your skill level. If you are looking for training experience, volunteer at your local shelter. sure they won't pay you but you'll get lots of experience training many different dogs with different issues. Plus training helps the dogs get homes. If you are out to make some money, offering pet sitting or dog walking might be more up your alley.References : old balanced trainer

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