Ursprout and its evolutionary family are extremely rare in the wild. Ursprout themselves are almost never seen very far from their mothers. In the wild, Ursprouts rarely fight, instead relying on their close proximity to their mother for protection. When cornered, they tend to rely on their grass-based techniques, as their stature is not yet conducive to physical combat.
Once domesticated, Ursprouts have a reputation for being fairly even-tempered, although individuals do vary. Urspouts love to climb and tumble, but hate being alone. They tend to form strong bonds with their trainers, relying on them for a sense of security and safety.