We own several Hungarian Vizsla of all different age groups, from young puppies through to veteran. They are all very different to each other. The older dogs are easy and a pleasure to live with. The younger dogs are in constant training classes to make sure they become the best dog we could wish to own. Just because we have a lot of dogs does not mean we can forget about training. Our dogs are content, confident, loving and enjoy nothing more than a good game of ball. We have a variety of puzzle toys for our dogs on raining days as well as treats to keep their minds occupied.
We show our dogs in the UK and occasionally in Europe. We are very proud of the wins they have achieved in their time with us. It proves to us that they are in fact breed standard dogs. We have made friends with lots of people who breed and show their dogs, and its a small world when you enter the Vizsla world as we all know each other.
I WANT TO STRESS - The Hungarian Vizsla may seem like the perfect dog when it is owned by someone else. But the reality is lots of people do struggle with them. They are a very hard puppy to own. We do not advise they are sold to younger families. You will see countless struggles online from parents with younger children and a Vizsla. The youngest age group really ideally should be 6 plus. But even then its no guarantee its all going to go peachy. We are going to tell you the bad points as well as the good points. Only extremely active families need apply for this dog. Unless you have no children and all the time in the world for your dog.
All our dogs are health tested. If you click on each dogs name it will go to their individual page and photo gallery, their is also a list of health tests done on each dog.
We ideally breed from bitches which have first had all the health tests done, then have reached around the age of 2 years. By law their are set guidelines on breeding and what you should of should not do, as well as KC regulations and breed clubs.
A bitch can have a litter from the age of 18 months by law. Then a gap of 12 months between litters. They should only have a maxim of 4 litters if you are a high standard 5 star breeder. If you are a breeder who has chosen not to have the star rating then your allowed 6 litters from a bitch. We do say this is way too many. I think the concept of if a dog can have so many litters then it should have so many litters is all wrong. Each dog should be taken on merit. For example one bitch may easily whelp and care for her offspring and enjoy the whole experience. This bitch could go on to have 4 litters. But another may end up having a C section, hate having puppies and in this case she would be better retired and spayed. Mother hood is not for every single dog. Its having the common sense and welfare of the bitch in paramount terms to make a good breeder. Temperament is everything here, and no dogs or bitches are used in our breeding program if they do not show very good temperaments, out going personality, and typical of the breed in traits. I find it unfortunate for the breed when their are breeders having litters from bitches who have bad temperaments. Traits can be learnt by offspring. A loving caring mother products loving caring offspring.
We currently have 1 male stud dog Vizsla called Silvestre Fortune N'Glory. We always retire our boys around 7-8 years of age. We do have young males who are coming along which will of course take Indies role in the future. Indie is a loveable clown dog, and is an absolute pleasure to own. He is passing onto his offspring too his loveable kind nature.