In the Brussels Griffons the hair is rough, upstanding and tousled; it is longer above the eyes, on the foreface, the cheeks and chin, forming the head furnishings. The coat should be more wiry and dense. It should not feel like wool or have any hair at all that is silky. The coat should be short and not too long, as with show dogs they do not want them to appear like a shaggy dog.
With the Brussels Griffon (Griffon Bruxellois) breed, you will not need a hair comb for your couch or chairs.
The Brussels Griffon well-balanced little dog, alert, proud, very attached to its owner, very watchful. Neither timid nor aggressive.Brussels Griffons were bred to be a great family pet and they love their family.