We own several Hungarian vizsla of all different ages, from puppy up to veteran. They are all quite unique and all have their different personalities. No two dogs are the same. The younger dogs go to obedience and ring craft training, and the old dogs are at home on the sofa. We show our dogs in the UK at open and championship shows, we can not afford to show them all. Now with high energy prices coming in, we are going to have to do very few shows. Our country is in a mess and every ordinary person is suffering because of it. We have also shown in Europe, and we have one dog just needing one more CACIB to be an international champion. So we have decided we will try and see if he can win this. Before he is retired from showing.
I also judge gun dog breeds at open shows and I have a keen interest in many dog breeds. Im soon judging Bracco, Weimaraner, Vizsla, Pointer and GSP. I am really looking forward to the day.
I want to stress that the Hungarian vizsla puppy is not an easy puppy to own. They are quite demanding and do not suit every family. Breeders only want to tell you their good points so that you will buy a puppy. We will always give you an honest view point of what its like to live with the dogs. You must remember that training is key to owning a good dog.