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Rescue Me ID: 17-03-25-00228BUDDY (male)

Brussels Griffon    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Do you have a little extra room in your heart and home for this quiet, laid-back, sweet boy? If you do, Buddy would love to share his life with you. If you are looking for an easy-going, sweet-as-they-come companion, look no further than Buddy. This precious boy was found as a stray in south Texas and was taken to the local shelter. No one claimed Buddy, so the shelter volunteers contacted a rescue that could help this little guy find a forever family -- one that will never let him roam the streets again. Buddy is estimated to be about 10 years old and he weighs approximately 14 pounds. According to his foster family, Buddy has been a ... (Read More)wonderful house guest and a gem of a dog. Buddy gets along well with his foster brothers and sisters. He does not do well in a crate while his foster family is away, but he does fine being confined to a room with a baby gate. He sleeps quietly in his crate at night but wants to have a line of sight to his foster mom. He likes to go for slow walks, strolls beautifully on a leash and is house trained. He adores toys, but most of all, he's perfectly content just hanging out with you and being your buddy. During his vet visit, it was discovered that Buddy had a tick-borne disease called Anaplasmosis, for which he has been treated and is doing well. It was also discovered that he has a healed ulcer on his right eye, which might limit some of his sight in that eye, and that he has a dry-eye condition that requires drops twice a day, which are administered with ease. If Buddy has any vision limitations, it does not slow him down. He is completely vetted and ready to meet his lucky new family. Buddy is being fostered in Georgetown, TX. Keep in mind that we prefer to place dogs within driving distance of where they are being fostered. If someone from outside the local area is approved for adoption, they must be willing to fly in to get the dog and that can only happen if the dog is stable enough to travel in the cabin with the passenger. (Less)

     Animal Location:

National Brussels Griffon Rescue, Inc.
Williamson County Georgetown, TX 78626 MAP IT!


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Rescue Me ID: 17-03-08-00038Gracie (female)

Brussels Griffon Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Gracie is a possible Griffon/pug blend, one to two years old as of March 2017. She has a fawn colored coat, coarse. Very friendly with other dogs, cats and humans. She is quickly learning her house manners. Heartworm negative and fully vaccinated; will be spayed 3/11/17 and will be available for adoption.

 Adoption Fee: $200 Animal Location:

Snippets Rescue
Wood County Mineola, TX MAP IT!

903 720-8334

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Rescue Me ID: 17-03-05-00347KADDIE -Special Needs (female)

Brussels Griffon    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    *** KADDIE IS CONSIDERED SPECIAL NEEDS - PLEASE READ HER ENTIRE BIO BELOW **** Kaddie just turned 6 yrs. old and weighs about 9 lbs. She gets along great with other dogs, and was went to doggie daycare when she was with her previous owner. While she does well with other dogs, she isn't timid and doesn't mind letting the others know if she doesn't like something. Her new family will need to help her keep her attitude in check so she doesn't get too full of herself and become bossy about her space. Kaddie is house trained, but you have to make sure you keep her on a schedule, and you stand outside with her to make sure she does her ... (Read More)business. When her mission is accomplished, Kaddie LOVES to hear what a big girl she is for going potty outside. If she has an accident inside, it is obvious because she will run and hide in the far back corner of the nearest crate. When her foster parents are away, Kaddie has done well in her crate and has had no accidents. If she is kept in a larger enclosure, like an x-pen with a potty pad, she will use the pad. At night she sleeps quietly in her crate, but we are sure she would enjoy sharing the big bed with her human. Kaddie's story - From what we can gather, Kaddie's original owners loved her until they had a baby. When Kaddie wasn't getting the attention she was used to, she started having accidents in the house. The solution for her owners was to keep her in the garage, year-round, where she was especially harmed by the heat of Texas summers, not to mention the hard concrete floors. Poor Kaddie's paws, coat, and skin started showing the effects of the exposure. Her coat started falling out; her skin became inflamed; and her paws were bald and painful. She was miserable. Instead of the family taking care of her, they opted to take her to the vet to have her euthanized. Thankfully, a guardian 'Angel' saw Kaddie at the vet that day and said she would be happy to take her. She took Kaddie home and started nursing her back to health. Over the next ten months, Kaddie's bald spots started filling in, and the coat around her paws did too. The pain in her paws subsided with tender care. Ten months later Kaddie's Angel had to relocate, and she could not take Kaddie with her. She wanted to find Kaddie a wonderful owner who would continue to love and care for her as she had. She placed an ad in Craig's List, not knowing the dangers of doing so. She started receiving calls from people wanting Kaddie, but she also received calls and e-mails from concerned individuals warning her that Kaddie's well-being, and even her life, could be at risk. That was the last thing Kaddie's Angel would ever want. She had never heard the horrid stories of what can happen to dogs given away or sold on Craig's List. We won't go into details. Several of those concerned contacted NBGR, and we called immediately. The Angel was overjoyed to know that Kaddie could come into a safe program until a loving home could be found. When we met Kaddie, she greeted us with a wagging tail and tons of sloppy kisses. We were amazed at how animated she was and how well she was walking around. There are limitations to the things she can do, but this spunky girl has so much life and has no clue that she's not 'normal'. Fast forward - Since Kaddie has been with her foster family, this is what we have learned about this dainty, sweet girl who loves everyone she meets. About Kaddie's paws - We consulted a vet and after considering all options, we decided not to do any corrective surgery on our girl. She gets around remarkably well as she is and it's what she knows. Trying to alter what's working for her has the potential for making matters worse. So she will remain perfectly imperfect. Kaddie does best on soft surfaces like carpet, area rugs, or padded runners. She also walks on hard surfaces, but it doesn't feel as good or soft, and she will scurry to find a soft place. If you have tile or hardwood floors, laying down runners would be a great comfort to Kaddie. %BD%BD Kaddie is not able to take walks, but she is excited to accompany you in a cool dog carrier, a wagon, or a stroller. %BD%BD She loves lounging on dog beds and has no problem taking the big middle out of the sofa. She needs a little step stool to get up and down from the sofa by herself. Kaddie does well on stairs, but again, softer is better. Kaddie's coat/skin - We continue to use a special shampoo to help Kaddie's skin completely heal. While she needed baths more often in the beginning, she now only needs one every 7-10 days, depending on how her coat feels. It is important to keep her on a high-quality, grain-free diet and nutritional supplements for skin and (Less)

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National Brussels Griffon Rescue, Inc.
Harris County Houston, TX 77036 MAP IT!


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Rescue Me ID: 17-02-20-00243Sophie (female)

Brussels Griffon Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Chloe is a Brussels chihuahua pug mix. She's approx 2-4 years old, 12 pounds, housebroken, microchipped, ready for her forever home.Required - She sleeps in the bed with you.

 Adoption Fee: $150 Animal Location:

Tarrant County Hurst, TX 76053 MAP IT!

Debalene Endsley 682-556-6060

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Rescue Me ID: 17-01-27-00539BONNIE - Special Needs (female)

Brussels Griffon    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Bonnie was surrendered to NBGR by her previous owners, who had her since she was a puppy, when they could not handle her daily medical requirements. She had recently been diagnosed with diabetes, and that means she must have two insulin injections a day. Her previous owners were very nervous about giving injections, and the few times they tried, they bent the needle. Bonnie reacted aggressively. Bonnie is very polite when treats are being passed out. She will sit patiently until it's her turn for a treat (which is last in her foster home), however this sweet little girl has a couple of quirks that will require her new family to be cautious. ... (Read More)Bonnie is aggressive when it comes to her food bowl. If you put your hands near her bowl when she is eating, she will bite. She does not react if you walk around her while she eats or stand over her while she is eating. She only reacts if she fears you will take her food. On the other hand, Bonnie does not react at all to other dogs being near her food or bowl. Bonnie also reacts by biting if she is startled while sleeping. You must make sure she is awake and aware before you pet her or pick her up. Once she's aware, she's fine. NOW THAT WE'VE ADDRESSED THE NEGATIVE, LET US TELL YOU ALL THE WONDERFUL THINGS ABOUT BONNIE..... Bonnie walked into her foster home as if she had always lived there. She's house-trained and will pretty much potty on command. She LOVES meeting people, and she gets along great with other dogs. She loves her crate, where she is often found sleeping. Bonnie isn't demanding - she rarely needs to sit on the sofa or in your lap; she prefers her bed, the floor, or laying underneath a table or chair. Even though she doesn't need to be on you, she still wants to see you. So, she follows you from room to room, finding a comfortable spot near you. Bonnie is leash-trained and enjoys walks (though sometimes she prefers to be carried like a princess). She is very curious about the people she sees along the way, but she tends to ignore other dogs. Even if her foster-sibs are all barking, Bonnie remains calm. Bonnie sleeps through the night in her crate, but she does wake up early. Her foster mom takes her out to potty then puts her back in her crate until it's time to get up. If Bonnie is ready to stay up, sometimes they go into a different room to keep from waking the others. Once there, Bonnie will crawl in her bed and go back to sleep, or she will lay on the sofa with her foster mom and snooze until the others wake up. Bonnie has accompanied her foster mom on a few home visits and was delightful. She captures and melts the hearts of everyone she meets. Bonnie travels beautifully in her crate and really enjoys car rides. BONNIE NEEDS TO LIVE IN A DOG SAVVY HOME She will need a family who is willing to administer her insulin and continue monitoring her health with additional tests from time to time. Her diabetes requires her to eat, then receive her injection, on a regular schedule (every 10-12 hours). She also needs drops in her eyes twice a day. This is done most simply right after she gets her insulin. Due to her aggressive tendencies, BONNIE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO GO TO A HOME WITH CHILDREN OR A HOME WHERE CHILDREN VISIT OFTEN. She has not shown any aggression toward children, but we cannot take a chance of a child getting near her food bowl or picking up a toy Bonnie feels is hers. IN SUMMARY'| Bonnie is one precious little girl. If you are comfortable giving her a shot twice a day and don't try to take anything away from her when she has it in her mouth, you will love having her in your life. Bonnie is 10 years young, weighs 12 lbs., is fully vetted. and ready to meet her new family. We never place dogs in homes reliant on electric or invisible fencing to contain pets. Fencing of this type may or may not keep a dog in the yard, nor does this type of fencing protect pets from predators, free roaming dogs, or people who may enter the yard. Should there be a power outage, the fence would be rendered useless. If a pet were to panic and run through the barrier and take an electrical jolt from the fence, that pet would not be inclined to return home, and could be lost forever. Keep in mind that we prefer to place dogs within driving distance of where they are being fostered. If someone from outside the local area is approved for adoption, they must be willing to fly in to get the dog and that can only happen if the dog is stable enough to travel in the cabin with the passenger. MORE ABOUT BONNIE (Less)

     Animal Location:

National Brussels Griffon Rescue, Inc.
Harris County Houston, TX 77001 MAP IT!


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Rescue Me ID: 17-01-27-00498HONEY-Adoption Pending (female)

Brussels Griffon    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Low Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    **** ADOPTION PENDING **** Honey is a sweet little 14 lb. senior Griff (we think about 10 years old). She is so easy going, gets along with other dogs, kids, and people. She's great in cars and out in public. She is friendly, sweet, and loving. Since she's an older dog, she's pretty low energy and is happiest snuggled up next to you getting belly rubs. She will always greet you with a happy tushy wiggle! She's not a regular barker, but when she wants something, she'll let you know. Usually it's when she wants to be lifted onto the bed or when she wants out of her kennel. For the most part, she's a sleeper and a snuggler. And ... (Read More)this girl can SLEEP. And SNORE. She's fine though going into her kennel at the end of the night for bed time, if the snoring keeps you up. Honey would do best in a quieter home where she can get lots of attention and love. She's a wonderful dog who has been through so much, and deserves to spend her golden years being spoiled rotten! Honey was surrendered to NBGR by her owners because they no longer had the time to properly care for her. They had previously rescued her off the side of the road, where she was found as a matted, fecal-covered mess! Who knows what this poor thing went through in her early years? They think she was about 2 years old when they found her on the street. When Honey was turned over to NBGR, it was discovered that she may have broken her leg in years past. Even though it has since healed, it healed kind of crooked, making Honey look a little bow-legged when she walks. It didn't help that she also had a torn cruciate ligament that had to be repaired. It's always a concern doing such a serious surgery on an older dog, but Honey surprised everyone with her recovery. She still has a little ways to go, but she is walking great, putting weight on her leg, and even going up stairs! She's really a miracle - our little trouper, nothing keeps her down! Due to her age, Honey's vision and hearing isn't 100%, but it's no biggie for her. You just have to be a little careful not to startle her when she's in a deep sleep because she won't hear you coming! She does get two different kinds of eye drops twice a day for her dry eye but she is a champ about taking them. She's also completely house trained and great at sleeping through the night. Sweet Honey is completely vetted, micro-chipped and heart worm negative. All she needs now is a loving family to call her own. Keep in mind that we prefer to place dogs within driving distance of where they are being fostered. If someone from outside the local area is approved for adoption, they must be willing to fly in to get the dog and that can only happen if the dog is stable enough to travel in the cabin with the passenger. (Less)

     Animal Location:

National Brussels Griffon Rescue, Inc.
Harris County Houston, TX 77036 MAP IT!


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Rescue Me ID: 16-11-07-00104Roland (male)

Brussels Griffon Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Needs to be Neutered, Needs Vaccinations 

    Roland is a sweet boy who has to be neutered still, but I am working on that. He has had his rabies vaccine but it is unknown of others, but I an work on that also. He becomes very attached and will stay right by your side. He is not aggressive with other dogs but prefers to be a single family dog or with females only. Roland loves to cuddle and just be by your side, he is a very low energy and laid back kinda boy.

 Adoption Fee: $50 Animal Location:

McLennan County waco, TX 76708 MAP IT!

Katina Cutrer 254-265-0248

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Brussels Griffon in Texas
    Brussels Griffon Dogs can make good pets in Texas if they match your IifestyIe. The Brussels Griffon is a pouty toy dog that resembles a miniature Boxer. The Griffon is similar in temperament to a terrier. Brussels Griffons are peppy and can be somewhat high strung but are very cheerful and companionable. Griffons are demanding, need to be the center of attention, and can be quite spoiled. Griffons do fine with older children. A Brussels Griffon can do fine living in an apartment with daily walks and exercise.

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    Brussels Griffons have an expressive face that looks nearly human and a Brussels Griffon is sometimes called Monkey Face. The Brussels Griffon is self-important but likes to snuggle.

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Dallas County - Carrollton, TX 75011
SNYP (Spay/Neuter Your Pet) 214-349-SNYP

Denton County - Flower Mound, Texas 75027
Animal Rescue League 972-420-0641

Denton County - Flower Mound 75028
Flower Mound Humane Society 972-691-PETS

Denton County - Lewisville, Texas 75029
Animal Mobile Medical Services 940-686-0134

Collin County - McKinney 75070
SPCA of Texas Perry Spay/Neuter Clinic 214-742-7722

Dallas County - Richardson, Texas 75083
PAL (Protective Animal League) 972-881-1981

Kaufman County - Crandall 75104
Kaufman County Animal Awareness Program 972-472-3500

Dallas County - Dallas, TX 75207
SPCA of Texas Martin 214-742-7722

Dallas County - Dallas 75220
KittiCo Spay/Neuter Clinic Dallas 214-826-6903

Dallas County - Dallas, TX 75220
Kittico's Community Cares 214-826-6903

Dallas County - Dallas, Texas 75224
SPCA of Texas Village Fair 214-742-7722

Dallas County - Dallas 75227
Dallas Animal Services 214-670-8246

Dallas County - Dallas 75229
Spay Neuter Your Pet 214-349-7697

Dallas County - Dallas 75240
Feral Friends 972-671-0429

Dallas County - Dallas 75379
Help For Helpless Animals 972-424-4860

Gregg County - Longview, Texas 75605
SNIP-PETS 903-753-7387

Johnson County - Cleburne, TX 76033
Cleburne Animal Shelter 817 648 0650

Tarrant County - Azle, Texas 76098
Azle Animal Shelter Humane Association 866-310-7387

Tarrant County - Fort Worth 76103
Humane Society of North Texas 817-332-4768

Tarrant County - Fort Worth, TX 76120
KittiCo Spay/Neuter Shuttle 214-826-6903

Denton County - Denton, Texas 76201
Texas Coalition for Animal Protection 940-566-5551

Denton County - Denton, TX 76202
Humane Society 940-382-PETS

Denton County - Roanoke 76262
North Texas Spay Neuter Coalition 877-FIX-SPOT

Denton County - Roanoke, Texas 76262
Metroport Humane Society 817-491-9499

Wichita County - Wichita Falls, Texas 76305
Humane Society of Wichita County 940-855-4941

Bell County - Temple 76503
Assn. for a Pet Adoption Center 254-298-5732

McLennan County - Waco, Texas 76710
Animal Birth Control Clinic 254-776-7303

McLennan County - Waco, Texas 76710
Waco Humane Society 254-399-9883

Brown County - Brownwood 76801
Corinne T Smith Animal Center 325-646-0617

Tom Green County - San Angelo 76905
Humane Society of Tom Green County 325-653-8056

Harris County - Houston, TX 77007
Fund for Animals 281-863-0010

Harris County - Houston, TX 77007
Texas State Animal Friendly Account 713-862-3863

Harris County - Houston 77007
SNAP Houston Surgery Clinic 713-863-0010

Harris County - Houston 77024
Houston SPCA Spay and Neuter Clinic 713-869-7722

Harris County - Houston, Texas 77053
Houston Humane Society Clinic 713-433-6421

Harris County - Houston 77079
The Greater Good 281-496-5983

Harris County - Houston 77244
Spay/Neuter Assistance Program 713-522-2337

Harris County - Houston, TX 77245
Houston Humane Society 713-433-6453

Harris County - Houston, TX 77270
SNAP Houston Mobile Clinic 713-520-2337

Harris County - Houston, TX 77277
Homeless Pet Placement League 713-862-7387

Polk County - Livingston 77351
SPCA of Polk County 936-967-2287

Montgomery County - Conroe, TX 77385
Montgomery County Animal Control 936-442-7738

Galveston County - La Marque, Texas 77568
Saving Animals' Animal Alliance Clinic 409-933-1600

Jefferson County - Beaumont, TX 77707
Life Force Operation Spay 409-838-0072

Bexar County - San Antonio 78207
Animal Resource Center 210-351-7729

Bexar County - San Antonio, Texas 78209
Spay/Neuter Assistance Program II 713-862-3863

Bexar County - San Antonio, Texas 78212
SNAP San Antonio Mobile Clinic 210-673-7722

Bexar County - San Antonio 78217
Animal Defense League 210-655-1481

Hays County - Kyle 78640
PAWS (Public for Animal Welfare Shelter) 512-268-1611

Williamson County - Leander, TX 78641
Humane Society of Williamson County 512-260-3602

Travis County - Austin, TX 78702
EmanciPet Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic 512-587-SPAY

Travis County - Austin, Texas 78702
EmanciPet Free Spay/Neuter Program 512-587-SPAY

Travis County - Austin, Texas 78702
EmanciPet Spay/Neuter Clinic 512-587-7729

Travis County - Austin, Texas 78723
Animal Trustees of Austin Spay/Neuter Clinic 512-450-0111

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