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My name is MR. WOO in Los Angeles, CA.!

Brussels Griffon Dog for adoption in Seymour, Missouri - MR. WOO in  Los Angeles, CA.
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American Brussels Griffon Rescue Alliance, Inc

Facts about MR. WOO in Los Angeles, CA.

  • Breed: Brussels Griffon
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
Since Mr. Woo has been in his Los Angeles foster home he is rediscovering the good life.  He is feeling better, he is interacting more, and loves to be petted and loved on.  He gets along well with other dogs and I can’t imagine he would be any threat to a cat or anyone else for that matter.  He is a quiet easy little senior Brussels Griffon who needs a quiet easy loving home to live his remaining years in. ABGRA will be looking for a home that values Mr. Woo as much as ABGRA does!!

Mr. Woo was surrendered to ABGRA by an owner who traveled for work and was boarding him in a facility for a large portion of his life. She had owned this little guy since he was 6 months old and he was originally purchased in a pet store. Mr. Woo will turn 13 years old in March, DOB is 3/28/2003. He weighs just barely 9 lbs. and we are working at getting him a little added weight. He has been a picky eater, but has gained a few ounces of weight since his dental and with his foster home’s loving care. He is getting more activity now and his appetite has improved!

Since ABGRA has had Mr. Woo, he has been groomed, had nails trimmed, and he has had a physical, blood work, and a dental.
He is neutered and up to date on all of his vaccinations.
The veterinarian says based on lab work and exam that his health is good.  He does require eye drops to keep his eyes clear and free of debris.
With that said, Mr. Woo is a senior dog.  He is not very active and not steady on his feet so he wobbles and can be knocked over easily.  He needs to be in a home that is cognizant of his age and protective of him. The vet says the reason Mr. Woo is unsteady is Mr. Woo’s age; many senior dogs lose the feeling in their feet and Mr. Woo cannot feel the floor. He will topple with too much jostling. Mr. Woo will not be placed in a home with large or rowdy dogs or children.

He needs a quiet routine but wants a home where he will not be alone much. He gets worried when taken into unfamiliar environments (like the vet office) and he will shake and pant when stressed. He prefers to nap or follow his foster family dogs around the house. He also likes butt rubs and snuggling with his people! 
Mr. Woo will remain house trained as long as he can get outdoors to potty. He has only had one accident in his foster home and that was at his first arrival.  His previous owner said he was “paper trained”, but we have not needed to find out as he gets ample trips outside to potty.

We prefer to place Mr. Woo within driving distance.  If someone outside the local Southern California area is approved for adoption, they must drive the distance and Mr. Woo must be able to travel comfortably.  Our rescued dogs may never be shipped and we do not transport them to adoptive homes.  ABGRA dogs are never placed in homes with invisible (electric) fencing.  Doggy doors are OK as long as they are secured at night and when you are gone.  Mr. Woo is much too vulnerable and small enough to be carried away by a hawk, coyote or other predator so should never be outside alone. 

Mr. Woo has his own Instagram account. His account will be passed to his adopter if they want to continue it.  @wobblesthegriff
If you have further questions, please email affengriffonrescue@ gmail.com. Adoption applications can be found at abgra.org.

About American Brussels Griffon Rescue Alliance, Inc

About Our Rescue Group...

ABGRA (American Brussels Griffon Rescue Alliance) & AAR (American Affenpinscher Rescue) is a non-profit national rescue group founded to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home Brussels Griffons and Affenpinschers. We strive to leave no Griff or Affen behind and rescue these breeds from commercial breeding facilities and city/county shelters when foster home space is available. We also accept owner surrendered Griffs and Affens. We are an all foster home based rescue that provides complete vetting for our dogs prior to adoption.


American Brussels Griffon Rescue Alliance Inc. (ABGRA) and American Affenpinscher Rescue (AAR) came into being to meet the needs of the Brussels Griffons and Affenpinschers who are abandoned, might be abandoned, or whose circumstances we can improve.
We are especially mindful of the Griffs and Affens that have spent their lives in commercial breeding facilities and who will have a chance at a better life through our efforts.We also rescue both breeds from animal shelters and accept owner surrendered Griffs and Affens.
ABGRA, & our subsidiary AAR, is a non-profit national rescue group.

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www.abgra.org

All adoptions go through our website-
We do not have a kennel facility and place all of our Griffons and Affens by application. All of our rescued dogs are living in foster homes where public viewing is not possible.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption donations are from $200 - $350 and reflect the vetting costs incured for each dog as well as some dogs whose costs far exceed the donation.
We interview all references provided and require a home visit before placements. An adoption contract is required. If the dog is returned within 30 days, a refund will be issued. ABGRA requires adopters be 25 years old, or older, and are looking for stable permanent adoptors. In most cases, these breeds are not recommened for families with young children or for people who are not home for long periods of time. They are the perfect pet for someone who can take their dog to work with them, work from home, or are retired.