Vizsla Húngaro Breed

An ancient, playful, rust coloured, Magyar pointer

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Vizsla Húngaro
Expectativa de Vida
12-15 años
Grado de Aprendizaje
Tamaño de la Camada
6 to 8
Perros: 45-60 libras
Hembras: 40-55 libras
Perros: 22-26 pulgadas
Hembras: 20-24 pulgadas
País de Origen
AKC Sporting Dogs
FCI Group VII.: Pointing Dogs
TKC Gundog
Otros Nombres
Vizsla, Hungarian Pointer, Drotszoru Magyar Vizsla
Vizsla Húngaro

The Hungarian Vizsla is a sleek, muscular, medium-sized hunting dog with a beautiful rusty-gold colored short coat. In Hungarian “Vizsla” means alert and responsive. It is robust but lightly built. In the past few years this breed has become a popular work, show and companion dog.

Vizsla Húngaro dog

This is an active, energetic working dog with enormous stamina. It is reliable with children and will quickly adapt to family life. The Vizsla is a fine retriever with an excellent nose, and is a good small game and bird hunter and pointer – even on marshy terrain.


Vizsla Húngaro dog

The Vizsla is loving, demonstrative and gentle. It is somewhat willful and distractible, but smart and trainable. It makes an excellent gun dog and watchdog. It is easy to train, as it loves to please its owner. This dog is sensitive; it needs to be handled gently; it needs a patient, firm hand. Harsh training techniques can ruin this dog; consistency in training is the best.

Vizsla dogs to be socialized at an early age to get the dog accustomed to noises. This breed is reliable with children, able to adapt quickly to family life, and is generally good with other dogs. The Vizsla is energetic and athletic; it must receive sufficient exercise or it may become destructive or neurotic. This breed is gentle, friendly and makes an excellent family dog.

Vizsla Húngaro dog

This dog has many talents such as: tracking, retrieving, pointing, watchdogging and competitive obedience. It needs plenty of opportunity to run, preferably off the leash, and a lot of regular exercise.

The Vizsla has two cousins, one with hard-wire hair called the Wirehaired Vizsla and the other a rare longhaired Vizsla. The Longhaired Vizsla can be born in both smooth and wire litters, although this is quite a rare occurrence. The Longhaired Vizsla is not registered anywhere in the world but there are some to be found in Europe.


Vizsla Húngaro colores

Russet gold; small white marks on chest and feet acceptable.


Vizsla Húngaro coat

The coat is short, dense and straight. It is easy to keep in peak condition. Brush with a firm bristle brush, and dry shampoo occasionally. Bathe only when necessary. This breed is an average shedder.

Problemas de Saluds

Problemas de Salud

Prone to hip dysplasia. To minimize the risk of your Vizsla developing any hereditary health issues, you should buy a dog from a reputable Hungarian Vizsla breeder.

Condiciones de Vida

Best suited for country living, it does best with at least an average-sized fenced yard. The Vizsla is a great jumper and if bored will try to escape from a yard that does not have a sufficiently high fence. It doesn’t do as well in a city or suburban life but will adapt if sufficient exercise is given. It would make a great companion for a hunter or a jogger.

Living environment

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