All about the hair of a dog
Original Name : Drötzörü Magyar Vizsla
Type : Braccoid
Other Names : Hungarian, Wirehaired, Vizsla
Male size : 22¾-25¼ inches
Female size : 21¼-23½ inches
Degree of grooming :
Countries of origin : Hungary
Vizslas are attached to their master or mistress, conscious of their worth, receptive and easy to train, but cannot bear rough treatment. They maintain contact with their master or mistress, searching with passion and perseverance, employing their excellent nose and perfect pointing skills.
Moderately broad, slightly arched skull, moderately developed superciliary ridges and moderate stop.
Pronounced, muscular withers, very muscular, firm, straight back, short, broad, firm, muscular loins that are straight or slightly arched, compact, firm transition between back and loins.
Various grades of russet gold and dark sandy gold, the ears may be a little darker, otherwise the color must be uniform throughout.
Ending in a rounded V, slightly shorter than the shorthaired Vizsla.
Set at medium height, strong at the base, tapering to the tip.
Wiry, close, strong, dense and matte. Topcoat measuring an inch long more or less, dense, water resistant undercoat.
The Wirehaired Vizsla was created by cross-breeding the shorthaired Vizsla and the German Wirehaired Pointer during the 1930’s. It has the same breed characteristics as shorthaired Vizslas. These efficient, versatile dogs, which are able to point and retrieve, are happy hunters, working to the gun, even in water.