The Vizsla, also known as the Hungarian Pointer, is a slender, short-haired hunting dog with a reddish or golden coat. It has thin, silky ears that are set low and hang down close to the cheeks. Its clipped tail is carried erect. The Vizsla was developed centuries ago in Hungary and only gained popularity in the United States during the 1960’s. It was considered a prized possession of land owners particularly the aristocracy due to its hunting abilities and its regal appearance.



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