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.
They are also known as vislas.
The early history of
dogs and the development of breeds.
The Vizla needs lots of exercise.
Colour: russet gold.
Height: males 57 - 64 cm at shoulder,
females 20- 30 cm
Weight: 20 - 30 kgs
||This vizla belongs to Lee Sparg,
a viszla belonging to I. Schneyder
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
These wire haired vislas were brought from UK as pets
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