Are you looking for a pup that is the absolute perfect pick-me-up? Then the Griffondoodle is the perfect pup for you! Also known as the Broodle Griffon, this pup is a cross between a Toy or Miniature Poodle and a Brussels Griffon. They are small and sweet and are guaranteed to put a smile on your face. They make wonderful companion dogs and will make you feel incredibly loved.
When it comes to members of the Doodle club, they have a rather muddy past. It is difficult to determine exactly when the Griffondoodle came onto the scene, and chances are, this pup existed naturally through accidental breeding long before any intentional efforts to bring the two began. They probably came onto the scene sometime in the 1980s when Doodle dog popularity skyrocketed.
This one’s a cheerful pup, guaranteed to leave anyone around them with a smile on their face. The Griffondoodle loves to have fun and goof around, not to mention this pup has a delightfully friendly personality. On average, this pup is pretty good with kids. However, early socialization is necessary to make sure your pup grows up to have a well-rounded personality.
On average, the Griffondoodle is a small dog. However, due to there being a lack of set standards when it comes to size, there may be quite a bit of variation from one pup to the next.
Griffondoodles are usually healthy and hardy dogs, thanks to some level of hybrid vigor they possess due to the increased gene pool in mixed breeding. Be sure to check the health clearances of both parents when getting your puppy from a breeder.
The Griffondoodle is an absolute delight to have around because they are so easy to train. They pick up commands and desired behaviors with ease and are rather eager to please. These pups may be a little anxious around strangers, so it is best to start socialization early so that they can grow up to have well-rounded personalities. While they are quite energetic pups, their exercise needs are rather minimal.
Speak to your veterinarian to assess your dog’s nutritional needs and design a feeding plan accordingly. Steer clear of free-feeding since this may lead to unnecessary weight gain.
These pups are low-shedding thanks to their Poodle genes.
The level of grooming depends on the type of coat the pup has inherited, but in general, the Griffondoodle does not need to be brushed more than a few times per week. Bathe them only when necessary.
On average, a Griffondoodle puppy costs anywhere between $500 to $700.