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16 Pros and Cons of Owning Vizslas

#13 It is quite expensive to maintain such a dog.

#14 Representatives of the breed do not cope well with the role of a guard: dogs are non-aggressive towards strangers and rarely attack.

#15 The Hungarian Vizsla is one of the few hunting breeds that even a novice dog breeder can cope with.

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