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Dogs - Hungarian Vizla

 

Vizlas originated in Hungary, Europe, where they were bred to be hunting dogs. The Vizla is a good-natured, affectionate dog. They are obedient and easy to train. 

The Hungarian Vizla can have a smooth, short coat, or can be wire-haired. The wire-haired dogs are the same shape, size and colour, but have a rougher appearance.

The name is also spelled visla or viszla.

The early history of dogs and the development of breeds.

The Vizla needs lots of exercise.


Vizla breeders, who may have puppies occasionally

Ingrid Schneyder, mobile/cell:   082 218 9906  email:   ingrid@montessa-gundogs.co.za   Webpage:   Montessa

Kotie Janse van Vuuren, Cell : 0824491887  E-mail Address: info@Dantiekennels.co.za, Webpage: Dewanze

Erica van der Linde, Cell  082 730 5807, email: browdeen@gmail.com, Webpage:   Browdeen

Colour: russet gold.  

Height: males 57 - 64 cm at shoulder, females 20- 30 cm

Weight: 20 - 30 kgs

Class: gundog

vizla head looking up

This vizla belongs to L. Sparg, South Africa

Hungarian viszla, brown, lying down

Anca, a viszla belonging to I. Schneyder 

 


 

 

Two dogs fighting A dog that is disobedient may attack! He is a disgrace to his master. An obedient dog is a pleasure to his master! How it must please our Master in heaven when we are obedient!  "All that God has said (in the 10 commandments) we will do, and be obedient!"

The Bible, Exodus chapter 24, 7

 

This wire haired visla was brought from UK as a pet

  

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