Griffons Out West is a dog kennel in Belgrade, Montana. Griffons Out West sells Wirehaired Pointing Griffon puppies in Montana. Shop for Korthal's Griffon puppies for sale in Montana. Montana residents can now have their very own griff by reserving a puppy with Griffons Out West. Originally bred to be a hunting dog, the Wirehaired Griffon can trace its origin back to Eduard Karel Korthals, the founder of the breed. It is characterized by its harsh and coarse coat which is ideal for hunting around water and in thick undergrowth. This dog breed is bred for hunting yet is known for remaining calm and an excellent house dog. Griffons Out West breeds a pair of top-pedigree Griffons. The dam, named Mocha, is known to be light on her feet and quite attentive to the hunter's every move. Mocha was born in June of 2018 and stands at 22 inches and 24 inches in length. She weighs 48 pounds. Her pedigree can be traced four generations back. The pair's litter is expected to arrive in June of 2022. Interested customers who want to own one of these magnificent dog breeds can reserve their very own puppy through the official website.
Interested customers can expect great things from this breed. Besides being excellent hunting dogs, Wirehaired Pointing Griffons are also bred to be great family pets. They have very few diseases and are sweet and lively in nature. They can be excellent dogs for families who are energetic and active. This breed is well-suited for homes with plenty of space to play and roam around. They don't do too well in an apartment setting. It is also not recommended for the breed to be left alone for long periods since they require a lot of physical and mental stimulation.
From the kennel: "We've been so satisfied with our griff. These dogs are hunting machines from day one, yet are calm and sweet at home." The Wirehaired Pointing Griffon was originally used for hunting and would flush, point, and retrieve waterfowl, game birds, and even hares. Eduard Karel Korthals, a Dutch breeder and hunting enthusiast, began assembling the perfect gun dog in his kennel in Germany by bringing together 20 dogs representing seven breeds. The hardworking Wirehaired Pointing Griffon is renowned as the “supreme gundog,” incomparable in the field and known for having an "off-switch" at home.