The Briquet Griffon Vendeen is an ideal dog and is relatively well sought after. Though not as popular as others in his lineage, he is a dominate feature and a dog that is well loved. If you are planning to breed these dogs, it is essential to consider the various character faults that could be present. If you are planning to invite one of these dogs into your home, be sure that the breeder has taken steps to ensure that he is a purebred dog of the healthiest kind. The process of breeding these dogs is not difficult but does take a good amount of patience and a true love for the breed.
If you plan to breed your Briquet Griffon Vendeen, be sure that you know what goes into the process. First, you must consider the overall expense of breeding the dog. It will cost a decent amount to find a qualified stud that has all of the gene pool features that you need for the dog to exhibit no faults. What's more, there is a large investment in time including after the puppies are born for the first 8 weeks of their lives where they will need constant care. More so, many breeders are disheartened to find out that their Briquet Griffon Vendeen is not nearly the quality that they thought they would be.
If you decide even after this to breed the Briquet Griffon Vendeen, be sure to pair her up with a qualified dog. Many that own this breed will place him in a show, which means that his features must be perfect. Take the time to learn what the faults are in this breed as it will help you to determine if the soon to be parent dogs have the qualities it takes to produce wanted dogs.
On the other hand, if you are considering purchasing your dog from a breeder, there are specific considerations to plan for. For example, is the breeder dedicated to the Briquet Griffon Vendeen? Does he have suitable dogs with character traits that you can appreciate? The breeder that has been in the business of breeding for some time is the best bet in finding the perfect dog for you. A breeder that is in the business to make a profit may not realize the work and costs associated with breeding. Take the necessary time to meet with your puppy's parents, too, especially if the dog has not been born yet. Get to know what temperament they have and look at their markings. You too should know what the Briquet Griffon Vendeen faults are so that you can avoid selecting a dog that has these, especially if you plan to show the dog.
Take time in finding the right breeder for the Briquet Griffon Vendeen. Carefully consider your ability to dedicate time to the process of breeding, too.