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About The Breed

Vizsla’s are often described as the “Velcro Vizsla’s.” Most dogs are affectionate, Vizsla’s are especially attached to his people.  They’ll follow family members from room to room and like to be touching or touched by their people. Vizsla’s are very affectionate with children and can make great companions for older, energetic kids. They do well with other dogs and will even get along with cats

BREED INFORMATION -The Vizsla’s strong elegant body, alert face and unusual coat color are a striking presence. But the Vizsla’s isn’t just about good looks. This all-purpose dog forms strong attachments and loves to be a part of family activities, whether a game of Frisbee or a run in the park. Your Vizsla puppy is both smart and loving. He’ll be up for anything, as long as he can do it with you.

• weight: 45 – 65 pounds:
• height:  : 21 – 25 inches
• life expectancy 10 – 14 years

• Intelligent
• Easy to Train

• Solid Gold Rust

• Singles
• Families
• Joggers & Hikers
• Active Seniors

• Affectionate
• Devoted
• Friendly
• Gentle
• Sweet-Tempered

• Loyal
• Cheerful
• Energetic
• Intelligent
• Protective
• Affectionate

• At Least Two 45 minutes Walks Per Day
• Playing Fetch
• Off-Leash Exercise or Training
• Fenced-In Yard / Visit Dog Parks
• Runs, Hikes, Or Even Swims With You

The Vizsla’s is a loving dog who’s friendly and tolerant with children. As with any dog, teach children how to approach and touch dogs, and supervise any interactions between dogs and kids to prevent any biting or ear or tail pulling on the part of either party. Teach your child never to approach any dog while he’s sleeping or eating or to try to take the dog’s food away. No dog should ever be left unsupervised with a child. Vizsla’s get along with other dogs and can be friends with cats, especially if they’re raised with them.

Vizslas are gentle, energetic dogs that form strong bonds with their families. In fact, Vizsla’s have been known to follow their owners around the house… all day. They like to move about and play—sometimes at boisterous levels—but they easily adapt to family life and get along with everybody. They are especially good with children.

Gentle, affectionate, energetic and eager, the Vizsla’s is described as lively, gentle, and affectionate, with above-average learning ability and a strong desire to be with people. They are known for being obedient and shy. They are an eager-to-please dog and hard to beat.

The Vizsla’s is loving, demonstrative and gentle. It is somewhat willful and distractible, but smart and trainable. It makes an excellent watchdog. It is easy to train, as it loves to please its owner. This dog is sensitive; it needs to be handled gently; it needs a patient, firm hand. Harsh training techniques can ruin this dog; consistency in training is the best. This breed is reliable with children, able to adapt quickly to family life, and is generally good with other dogs. This breed is gentle, friendly and makes an excellent family dog. This dog has many talents such as retrieving, watchdogging and obedience.