Is there a silver breeder for a Vizsla?
Sienna Pointe Vizslas -AKC SILVER Breeder… No puppies are available. Minimum of 25 dogs earning titles with a minimum of 15 being prefix titles. Breeders of Merit are denoted by level in ascending order of: Standard, Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum.
How to adopt or buy a Hungarian Vizsla?
If your looking to adopt or buy a Hungarian Vizsla. Please read our Hungarian Vizsla breed buying advice page first, or try our useful Dog Breed Selector to find the perfect dog breed. Read our Hungarian Vizsla breed advice or use our Dog Breed Selector to find the perfect dog breed.
How old is EME the Hungarian Vizsla dog?
Introducing our lovely Emé’s puppies. Emé is a family pet in a country world of Vizslas, living with her 15 month old daughter and the ever working Vicky. This is her second (and last) litter,
What kind of job does a Vizsla do?
They’d much prefer a large yard to run around and burn off their energy. Despite their penchant for sticking close to their human pals, Vizslas are versatile and hard-working dogs who are happiest when they have a job to do. In a family, that job can be hunting companion, therapy dog, or jogging buddy.
What’s the best description of a Vizsla dog?
Vizsla Temperament, Personality, Behavior, Traits, and Characteristics, by Michele Welton. The AKC Standard calls the Vizsla “lively, gentle-mannered, demonstrably affectionate, and sensitive.”. The good-natured Vizsla has also been called a “Velcro” dog because he is so tactile — he likes to attach himself to people, preferably in their laps.
What’s the bad thing about having a Vizslas?
Epileptic seizures are a major inherited problem in Vizslas. Also occurring are hip and eye disorders, bleeding disorders, skin diseases, and cancer. Michele Welton has over 40 years of experience as a Dog Trainer, Dog Breed Consultant, and founder of three Dog Training Centers.
When was the Vizsla entered into the American Kennel Club?
The Vizsla was admitted into the American Kennel Club in 1960. The Vizsla is a multi-purpose dog that is suitable for work on upland game, on rabbits, and for waterfowl retrieving. The Vizsla is essentially Pointer in type with characteristics of Pointer and Retriever. The Vizsla is also called a Hungarian Pointer.