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Wire-haired Pointing Griffon Puppies for Adoption
Breed Group: Sporting Height: 20 to 24 inches at the shoulder Weight: 45 to 70 pounds Life Span: 12-14 years
If you’re considering Wirehaired Pointing Griffon puppies for adoption, take note they’re proud, gentle, and dashingly vigilant. Wirehaired Pointing Griffon puppies are members of the medium breed dog family and are great family dogs. As a result, they absolutely love their people and will create lots of exciting playtime with older children.
True to their title as a sporting dog breed, Wirehaired Pointing Griffons require daily exercise and mental stimulation. So consider starting your pup with a daily walk. Intersperse exercise with games of Frisbee in the back yard, a run through the park, or a hike in the outdoors.
In addition, expect to spend lots of time training your growing dog. Always be kind, firm and consistent in your training. Also keep training fun by utilizing lots of positive praise, favorite doggy toys, and delicious puppy treats.
A beautiful, mature Wirehaired Pointing Griffon doesn’t happen overnight. Hence you can expect to spend lots of doggy time guiding your Wirehaired Pointing Griffon into full adulthood. When your Wirehaired Pointing Griffon is still young, socialize your little pupper often to new sights, sounds and smells. Browse outdoor shopping malls together, invite guests into your home and enjoy window shopping downtown to prepare your Wirehaired Pointing Griffon for the ropes of life.
Wirehaired Pointing Griffons sport a wiry, double coat and shed moderately. As a result, you can look forward to exciting grooming sessions when your little pupper arrives home. Plan to regularly comb your growing fur-ball to remove unwanted mats and tangles. Plus, clean your puppy’s ears often and don’t forget to brush your little puppy’s teeth to promote good dog health and pleasant doggy breath.
Why you shouldn’t consider Wirehaired Pointing Griffon puppies for adoption:
They may become timid if they don’t get enough socialization. They also require lots of exercise, and may develop Separation Anxiety if they spend too much time alone. Plus, they may require joining a waiting list as they are hard to find.
Why you should consider Wirehaired Pointing Griffon puppies for adoption:
They are not a dominate dog and respond well to training. Plus, they make good watchdogs.
Now go ahead and scroll through our selection of beautiful Wirehaired Pointing Griffon puppies for adoption and enjoy selecting your very own Wirehaired Pointing Griffon puppy today.