Patricia Loomis 7920 Peters Road Jacksonville, AR 72076
"The dog was created specially for children. He is the god of frolic."
Griffons do NOT make good full-time kennel dogs. They are very active as puppies, and are very intelligent, social, tenacious, active, and physically powerful as adults. They require considerable mental and physical challenges on a daily basis, or they – like most other breeds – can become bored, unhappy, and destructive. However, a Griffon whose mental, emotional, and physical needs are met on a daily basis can be an exceptionally pleasant and easy to live with house companion and best friend.
Buddy and Saulce
I want your stick too, Dad!!!