Prefix : MAGYAR (Hungarian Vizsla)
We don't expect to have pups available until late 2021.
We have been breeding since 1995. Our puppies mostly go to pet homes and some do obedience, hunting and conformation showing. We show lightly and have 2-3 litters per year. Our dogs and bitches have good hip scores. We have taken 8 puppies through to Australian Champion and 2 through obedience to Open level. Our pups are raised in the house until 4 weeks and then move to a large shed with other dogs. They are used to cold weather and living in a shed.
We love this breed but it is not for everyone. Vizslas are a very active breed that want company all the time. They don't do well left alone during the day. You should only think about getting one if someone is at home during the day. Buyers should be prepared to exercise daily and to spend a lot of time with the dog. Vizslas also like another dog for company and will do best if you already have a dog. If you have kids, wait until the youngest is 5 years.
Check the Hungarian Vizsla websites for information on the breed. Hungarian Vizsla Club NSW has great information. The Hungarian Vizsla Club of Victoria will provide breed information.
Hungarian Vizsla Club of Victoria President 2007-15.
Committee member 2016-19
Next Litter Planned: Unknown