Breeder Referral

The Vizsla is a wonderful breed... Energetic, Enthusiastic, Loyal

 

Their high intelligence combined with their high energy requires direction and training to ensure a well-behaved family pet. They excel at many dog sports in addition to hunting, for which they were originally bred.

 

If you're thinking of a Vizsla for the first time, please spend some time exploring the 'About The Vizsla' and 'Resources' sections of our website, under the 'More' menu at the top of this page. 

Additionally, feel free to contact us to talk about the breed or for help connecting you with a breeder 

 dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself

Josh Billings

 
So You Are Interested
In Becoming A Dog Owner

Buying a dog is a major commitment in time, energy, and sometimes money.

 

Vizslas often live until the age of 12 to 14 years. 

  • Domesticated dogs cannot feed, walk, or pick up after themselves
     

  • Consider your home and lifestyle. Dogs are social creatures and need human attention, affection, and quality time with family members
     

  • Vizslas need to exercise. Puppies will require two hours of play and exercise a day while Adults will need a minimum of 45 to 60 minutes of vigorous daily exercise. You will need to walk, run, jog, or hike each day with your Vizsla
     

  • While protective, Vizslas are not guard dogs
     

  • Training is essential for all dogs. Consider if you have the time and money to invest in obedience lessons
     

  • Good quality, nutritious food, veterinary clinic visits, and training all cost money

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Is The Vizsla
The Right Breed For You?

The answer may be "Yes" if:

  • You like constant companionship. They are called "Velcro" dogs for a reason
     

  • You can commit to exercising your Vizsla on a daily basis. Not a leisurely walk around the block, but rather a good run to let your dog burn off their energy
     

  • You like to involve your dog in ALL of your activities. The Vizsla should not be left alone for long periods of time
     

  • You want your dog to be inside with you and part of the family
     

  • You have the time and money to invest in obedience training. Vizslas require "soft" discipline