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Vizsla

Vizsla


Height: 19.5-25.5 inches

Weight: 45-60 lbs.

Life Span: 12-14 yrs.

Breed Group: Sporting Dogs

Overview
Vizslas are very friendly, devoted dogs that must be included in family activities. Some can be stubborn and easily distracted, making obedience training a challenge.

Training and socialization must begin early and should be ongoing. To counteract their hypersensitivity they need to be taken to noisy, busy areas at a young age. Vizslas get along with children, although their energy level can be overwhelming.

They are friendly toward strangers and other animals. Vizslas retain their hunting-dog spirit and must be made to feel useful. They are best suited for life in rural or suburban areas with a lot of space.

Appearance
The coat is short, smooth, dense, and close-lying. Coat color is different shades of solid golden rust, sometimes with small white spots on the chest and toes.

Grooming & Exercise Needs
Vizslas need to be brushed once a week.

They are extremely energetic and want to run, explore, and work all the time. To prevent behavior problems such as house destruction, these dogs need long walks or the chance to run daily.

Origins
The vizsla is descended from dogs that accompanied the nomadic Magyar people across Europe over a thousand years ago and settled with them in the region now known as Hungary. In the 19th century the vizsla became an outstanding pointer and retriever.

Special Alerts
It is especially important to obtain a vizsla from a reputable breeder. The vizsla is not suited to city or apartment living unless properly exercised.

Breed-related health concerns include hemophilia (a bleeding disorder).

 

Reference: AKC - American Kennel Club

 


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