Hungarian Vizsla

KC Pedigree, Large

Doesn't moult much

Not good for first time owners

Vizslas were used in falconry as far back as the 14th Century on the central plains of Hungry. He is a natural hunter with an excellent nose.

FACT SHEET

Attractive to ...

Someone looking for a high energy, gentle-mannered and loyal 'Velcro' dog.

Not the best for ...

Someone who doesn't want a constant companion. Vizslas will whine when they are feeling neglected.

Aliases

Magyar Vizsla, Hungarian Pointer, Hungarian Vizsla

Cross between

None

Origin

Hungary

Size

Large
Large - but would still fit in a small car

Exercise Needs

High (Two hours or more)
Without sufficient mental and physical exercise will probably do the wall of death around the living room!

Coat

Smooth
Dogs that you mainly just need to polish! But be warned - short haired dogs moult all the time!

Shedding

Doesn't moult much
But all dogs shed dander so if you're allergic, make sure you'll be ok

Life expectancy

9 years

Good first dog?

No

MEET SOME OF OUR HUNGARIAN VIZSLA BREEDERS

Ligetszepe Hungarian Vizsla Kennel

I am Andras Nagy, I am owning and running the Ligetszepe Hungarian Vizsla Kennel. Since my birth I was surrounded with HV. My aunty is a well known breeder in Hungary and Eu. I imported my first 2 Vizsla in 2013 Since then I have now 3 generation of Vizsla. I have been awarded with many 1st and 2nd awards in dog shows. Obtained with second generations Best of breed puppy and best of breed . Had been awarded in field trial with second place. I put accent in having a well balanced good behaving working pets as this was the goal of my ancestors with this breed.

Andras
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