How Much Does a Hungarian Vizsla Cost?

Name: Hungarian vizsla
Other names: Hungarian Shorthaired Pointing Dog, Vyzhla, Hungarian Vizsla, Hungarian Pointer, Magyar Vizsla
Country of origin: Hungary
Size Type: Medium Breed Dogs
Group: Sporting Dog Breeds, Gun Dog Breeds
Life span: 12 – 15 years
Temperament: Quiet, Loyal, Gentle, Energetic, Gentle
Height: Males: 56-64 cm; Females: 53-61 cm
Weight: Males: 20-29 kg; Females: 18-25 kg
Color; Gold, Red, Red Gold, Rust, Gold Rust
Price of puppies: $1,000 – $2500 USD
Hypoallergenic: No

The Hungarian Vizsla is a medium-sized, short-haired hunting breed with a noticeable and docked tail. The breed is light build but powerful. The oxide color is an attractive gold. This breed of dog is distinguished by its power and strength in the field and at the same time is an obedient and gentle companion at home. Scars and feathering on coats obtained in the field or during work should not be severely penalized. The qualities that contribute to the performance of the dog in the two roles must be encouraged.

The body of the dog is stately and strong, slightly longer than taller when measured from the sternum to the point of the buttock and from the highest point of the withers to the base. The chest is moderately deep and voluminous, reaching to the elbows. The back is short and straight. The topline is slightly rounded on the back and beginning of the tail. Ribs well sprung. There is a slight depression under the back.

Vizsla is a born hunter, endowed with an excellent sense of smell and training ability – above average. Despite the playfulness, friendliness, and sensitivity, the brave dog, endowed with a well-developed instinct for protection, also survived. A born hunter with a great sense of smell and above-average training ability. Playful, polite, gentle, and sensitive, but with a well-developed instinct for protection. Shyness, timidity, or nervousness should be punished.

Alice White

Written by Alice White

Alice White, a devoted pet lover and writer, has turned her boundless affection for animals into a fulfilling career. Originally dreaming of wildlife, her limited scientific background led her to specialize in animal literature. Now she happily spends her days researching and writing about various creatures, living her dream.


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  1. This is great I love reading about my Vizsla’s they are a breed above all. My husband and I got our 1st Vizsla back in 1972, yes that is correct 1972 . He was wonderful. Right now we only have 2 .

  2. Why does it say shyness should be punished? WRONG…. Shyness should be taken into consideration and work on building the dog up. Not beating him down. Who ever writes these things really should get educated on how training this breed works.

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