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Hungarian Vizsla

Dog Hungarian Vizsla

The Hungarian Vizsla, also known as the Vizsla, is a breed of dog native to Hungary. Males generally measure between 58 and 64 cm at the withers, while females measure between 54 and 60 cm. The average weight generally varies between 20 and 30 kg.

The Hungarian Vizsla has an athletic and well-proportioned body, with an elegant and muscular silhouette. The back is straight and strong, the chest is deep and the limbs are strong.

The head is proportionate to the body, with a slightly rounded skull and a muzzle of medium length.

The eyes are medium sized, almond shaped and brown or amber in color. The ears are medium sized, pendulous and set high on the head.

The Hungarian Vizsla has a short, dense coat that is smooth and close to the body. The coat color is usually a tone of gold or red.

The Hungarian Vizsla is known for its friendly, affectionate and devoted temperament towards its family. He is a dog who is very attached to his owners and loves spending time with them. He is also an energetic and enthusiastic dog who needs regular exercise to stay happy and healthy. He especially enjoys outdoor activities like running, hiking, and hunting. Due to its intelligence, sociable nature, and ability to get along well with people, the Hungarian Vizsla is also used as a therapy dog, search and rescue dog, and companion dog.

As a hunting dog, the Hungarian Vizsla needs daily exercise and mental stimulation. Long, vigorous walks, active play sessions, and work or training tasks are important to meet his needs.

The Hungarian Vizsla is generally a sturdy breed, but like all breeds, it can be prone to certain health conditions, such as hip and elbow dysplasia, skin allergies and eye problems.

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