As a new Vizsla puppy owner, be prepared to engage your puppy in frequent periods of on-leash and off-leash activity. Daily physical exercise will help settle your Vizsla puppy for a successful day. The Vizsla is a hunter by design. He was built to locate, point, and retrieve upland game with proficiency. Should you want to explore your dog’s primary purpose, we encourage you to get your puppy on birds early and often. Seek out experienced hunters using positive techniques who will introduce your dog to birds and guns with great care. The Vizsla thrives as part of an active family that provides daily exercise. He is lively and affectionate to his people, and possesses an above-average ability to take training.
Did You Know?
The Vizsla is also called a Hungarian Pointer.
The Vizsla was admitted into the American Kennel Club in 1960.
At the end of World War I, the Vizsla was all but extinct.
The Vizsla is a multi-purpose dog that is suitable for work on upland game, on rabbits, and for waterfowl retrieving.
The importation of the breed into the United States began in the 1950s
The Vizsla is essentially Pointer in type with characteristics of Pointer and Retriever.
colors & Markings
Below is a list of the colors and markings available for this breed. Please refer to the breed standard for descriptions and the difference in types.
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