Griffin the Dog is a character in the Smosh series

Here's Griffin, the dog 's Cpl. Ferrell saved from the fire. He seems to be doing really well!
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Brussels Griffons, often called Griffons for short, originated in Belgium, where their hunting skills were used to keep stables free of rats and mice. They eventually became more popular as house pets, and these cheerful, curious, and affectionate dogs do make — for the right person. They're sensitive, sometimes moody and high-strung, and more than a little demanding of their owner's attention.
The Griffon generally does well with other dogs and pets if she's  from puppyhood.
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Peter Griffin is the main protagonist and title character of the American animated sitcom . He is voiced by cartoonist and first appeared on television, along with the rest of the family, in the 15-minute pilot pitch of on December 20, 1998. Peter was created and designed by MacFarlane himself. MacFarlane was asked to pitch a pilot to the based on , a short made by MacFarlane which featured a middle-aged character named Larry and an intellectual dog, Steve. After the pilot was given the green light, the Griffin family appeared in the episode "". Brian Griffin is the tritagonist of . He is the Griffin family's pet dog and one of their best friends.
Photo provided by FlickrPrior to Brian, the Griffins had another talking dog named , who was put down at the age of 15 due to illness.
Photo provided by FlickrIrma's owner, Mrs Margaret Griffin, was awarded the  for her work in training her dogs and accompanying them on rescue missions.
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Pregnant Dog Rescue was started in June 2010 by Rod & Jen Hale. The original intention of Pregnant Dog Rescue was to take in and rescue one pregnant dog at a time - but that was very short-lived. Due to the overwhelming need Pregnant Dog Rescue was suddenly caring for several mother dogs and their litters and turning away several on a daily basis due to a lack of space and funds. Pregnant Dog Rescue is run out of Rod & Jen’s quiet loving home in Griffin, GA where they are currently caring for multiple litters of puppies.An alert watchdog, the Brussels Griffon may become friendly with guests or he may be cautious or even shy with new people and new situations. Socialization is a must to promote a confident, stable temperament.In the video, Syversten and her dog are seen going through a typical day. At one point, they head to the grocery store, where Griffin presents Syversten’s purse to the cashier and even helps her reach items on the higher shelves.While going through old video clips we found these amazing footage recorded 3 years ago when Aiman was in elementary school. He was 9 years old at the time. Even at this age, Aiman was really good at narrating in a video. He was captivated and funny, yet his talent seemed so natural. For Aiman's fans, this is a must watch video!

It was during a Family Literacy Night at Edith E. Mackrille Elementary, a Magnet School that once was chosen as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. The night featured crafts and projects by students plus a visiting therapy dog named Griffin, as part of Reading For Paws Program. This was on March 19, 2013.

PAWS for Reading is a program that allows children to read aloud to a therapy dog (or cat, or bunny!) in order to improve reading and communication skills. Children read individually to trained therapy pets (and their handlers) in schools, libraries, or other settings where they can feel comfortable and confident — and have fun! After all, a dog will not correct them or make them feel awkward if they stumble.

Griffin, a golden retriever, is a certified therapy dog, providing animal-assisted therapy in reading programs, hospitals, nursing homes etc. The dog is owned and trained by Dr. Donna Latella, an Occupational Therapy professor at Quinnipiac University.

Aiman was really excited especially he has never been up close and personal with a dog before. This experience later helped him when a lost Labrador Retriever wandered into his yard later on during the year, where he cared for the dog for a couple of days until her owner eventually found this lost dog.

You may watch the videos of the lost Labrador Retriever he called Roxy here:

1) (The Uninvited Guest: Roxy The Labrador Retriever (Part 1))
2) (Between Man And Animal: The Uninvited Guest (Part 2) Roxy The Labrador Retriever)
3) (Roxy The Labrador Retriever: Day 2 of The Uninvited Guest (Part 3))
4) (Roxy The Labrador Retriever: The Uninvited Guest (Part 4))

Aiman continued to develop a good relationship with animals. In one instance, Aiman nursed a baby skunk he found injured near his home. He fed the baby skunk milk for several days until the baby skunk finally recovered and went on its way.

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