From the18th century, the breed is very popularwith hunters.Pointer competitions were held at the end of the 19th century in his home country of Hungary, and the Vizsla is a remarkable example.More sustained breeding began in 1920. The breed of Vizsla was recognized definitively by the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) on August 12, 1954, after a first recognition in 1936.
TheVizsla is a medium-sized hunting dog with a harmonious silhouette.It gives an impression of elegance, beauty and strength.The Vizsla differs from the Hungarian Bristle-haired Pointer by the appearance and texture of his less-used dress.His hair:short, tight, hard to the touch.Thinner, shorter and more silky on the head and ears.No undercoat.Its color:different shades of golden-brown, darker in the ears.His head:dry, full of nobility, well proportioned.The skull is of moderate width and a little bulging and moderate stop.The truffle is broad, the nostrils well open, the muzzle truncated and not pointed. His ears:medium high attached, placed slightly behind, V-shaped rounded flattened against the cheeks. Her eyes areoval, medium-sized, brown in color, with a look full of vivacity and intelligence. His body:slightly longer than high (height at the withers).The neck is moderately long, in harmony with the rest of the body, the muscular withers, the strong and straight back and the rather long rump. Tail:Tethered rather low, thick at base and tapering gradually towards end, carried straight or light saber, well covered with hair.
Weight and size
Between 20 kg and 28 kg
Between 54 cm and 60 cm
Between 22 kg and 30 kg
Between 58 cm and 64 cm
AVizsladogis classified as amedium-sized dog.
Behavior and character
TheVizsla is a dog witha balanced personality.Very attached to his master, he is anexcellent companionfor the whole family.He is naturallylively and friendly, without being shy or aggressive.The Vizsla has all the qualities ofa versatile hunting and hunting dog.Its tremendous adaptability allows it to evolve remarkably on a variety of terrain types.He enjoys working with water and does not hesitate to pursue game.Its particularly developed nose and firm stop are very popular with hunters.
Education ... Renowned aseasy to educate, the Hungarian Shorthaired Braque must beeducatedwith a clever combination of firmness and gentleness.Thissensitivedogloves to please his masterand must never be brutalized.
TheVizsla is a dog withrather solid health, without particular problems.
Maintenance & Hygiene
The maintenance of theVizsla isextremely simple.Regular brushing is enough to keep it clean, as is inspection and cleaning of the ears.
Outings ... TheHungarian Shorthaired Braque must be able to enjoylong daily outings.He must have the opportunity, as much as possible, toevolve freely in the woods or in the plainsto spend himself and express his hunter instincts.
Hygiene ... It is recommended tobrush the dog once a weekto maintain his hair and skin.After each outing, the inside of your ears should be inspected to detect and remove any debris that may cause an infection.
TheVizsla can adapt to living in an apartment if it is sufficiently walk in everyday life.A large fenced garden would be perfect for him.