What is A Vizsla?

A Vizsla is a breed of hunting dog originating in Hungary. The breed is known for its intelligence, loyalty, and affectionate nature. Vizslas are medium-sized dogs with a sleek, athletic build and a distinctive rusty-gold coat. They have an instinct for hunting and are used for many different types of game, including birds, rabbits, and deer.

Are Vizslas Friendly With Children?

Yes, Vizslas are generally very friendly with children. They are known for their gentle, loyal, and loving nature, which makes them great family companions. They are gentle and patient with children and can be a great source of joy and entertainment for the whole family.

How Long Does A Vizsla Live?

Vizslas typically live between 10-15 years.

Are Vizslas Hypoallergenic?

No, Vizslas are not hypoallergenic. They do shed and may cause allergic reactions in people with sensitivities to pet dander and fur.

Are Vizslas Aggressive?

No, Vizslas are generally not considered aggressive. They are friendly, energetic dogs that love human companionship and are great with children. They can become protective of their family and territory but are not prone to aggression.

When Does A Vizsla Stop Growing?

Vizslas typically reach their full size and weight between 12 and 15 months of age.

How Much Should A Vizsla Weigh?

A healthy adult Vizsla should weigh between 45 and 65 pounds.

Do Vizslas Bark A Lot?

Vizslas are known to be a relatively quiet breed, they do not tend to bark excessively. They are known to bark when they need to alert their owners to something, when they are excited or hunting. Vizslas are generally not considered to be a high-barking breed. Still, like all dogs, they may bark more if they are not properly trained or socialized, or if they have separation anxiety or other behavioral issues. With proper training, socialization and exercise, Vizslas can be trained to minimize excessive barking.