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The Hungarian Vizsla is among the most popular and loved dog breeds today. The breed is beautiful, smart and can actually brighten your day. However, these dogs need a lot of freedom, and they also get tired regularly, which is the reason why theyre not ideal for homebodies. You should actually take this dog out for runs and long walks; otherwise, your entire garden will be redesigned.


The breed is lightly built, and most dogs are medium-sized. The males and females stand at 22-24 inches and 21-23 inches at the shoulder respectively. The average weight is 45 to 65 pounds, although the females are much smaller in size.


Just like other dogs, the Vizslas are usually healthy, although theyre likely to get certain health conditions. However, this doesnt mean that all Vizslas will get these conditions, although its essential to know that they exist when choosing this breed. Whenever youre purchasing a puppy, its advisable to look for a good breeder whos willing to show you all health clearances for its parents. This is essential because a health clearance shows that the pet has undergone various tests and cleared for certain health conditions. Some of the top conditions that may affect Vizslas include the following:

- Epilepsy- Causes seizures
- Canine Hip Dysplasia
- Lymphosarcoma- Dogs cancer
- Hypothyroidism- Low hormone levels
- Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)- Eye disorder that leads to blindness

If you want your Vizsla dog to remain healthy and happy, ensure you incorporate exercise into the dogs routine. The exercise can either be a walk or run, which prevents the pet from being harsh and destructive. However, its advisable to be kind and consistent when training this dog breed.

Hunting skills
In most cases, Vizsla owners have all agreed that an average pace and range characterize its hunting skills. Apart from this, their pointing ability normally appears earlier and are also natural retrievers. Theyre, however, not affected when hunting in cold seasons. Additionally, theyre enthusiastic swimmers, although frigid waterfowling makes it difficult for them to swim. Finally, theyre energetic, theyve got agile movements and excellent experience which makes them ideal for hunting.

Vizsla and children
This breed is very friendly, loving, and tolerates children, although it can sometimes appear to be scary, especially for children under 6 years of age. Just like any other dog, its essential to teach your children the proper ways to approach and touch the dog. Whats even more important is that you should always be available when theres any child-dog interaction to prevent tail pulling and biting. Your children should also be told not to approach the dog while eating or asleep to avoid being injured.


The Vizsla, also called the Hungarian Pointer, originally descended from hunting dogs that were used by Magyars, who came in Hungary at least a thousand years ago. The breed was used by the warlords and nobles in hunting game birds as well as hares.

These dogs were basically developed for pointing and retrieving. If you need the past images of Vizsla, check the ancient art. One in the 10th century shows the dog with a Magyar huntsman. This breed has evolved over the years, whereby between the 19th and 20th centuries, it became a distinct breed with powerful scenting skills. One interesting fact about this dog is that it was used for message delivery during World War I.

After World War I, the breed nearly ended in World War II. It, however, managed to survive, and in the early 1950s, the first breed was imported to the US. During that time, the breed appeared much different in terms of physical characteristics that it is today. The dogs had a bonier topskull, longer muzzle, long ears, a houndy appearance, and a variety of colors with chocolate brown being the common color.

In 1954, Vizsla Club of America was founded, and in 1960, the breed was recognized by the American Kennel Club. Breeders have put a lot of effort into standardizing the appearance of this breed, as seen today. The breed is relatively popular and ranks 43rd out of the 155 dog breeds as recognized by the American Kennel Club.


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•  Solid Golden Rust

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