HUNGARIAN VIZSLA

Located in the Welsh Countryside in Swansea

THE HUNGARIAN VIZSLA

The first written reference to the Hungarian Vizsla was recorded in the Illustrated Vienna Chronicle prepared by order of King Louis I of Hungary in 1357

The Vizsla survived the Turkish Occupation, the Hungarian revolution in 1848, World War I and II. The Hungarian Vizslas faced and survived several near-extinctions in their history, including being overrun by English Pointers and German Shorthaird Pointers in the 1800s and again to near-extinction after World War II.

A careful search of Hungary and a poll of Hungarian sportsmen revealed that only about a dozen Vizslas of the true type were still alive in the country and from that limited stock, the breed rose to prominence once again.

Our Dogs are DNA tested for Cerebellar ataxia which is a rare and inheritable neurological disease that has been identified in a number of smooth-haired Hungarian Vizslas it is an aggressive and progressive neurological condition which affects gait and coordination from around 2-3 months of age.

There is ‘no treatment’ and affected dogs are ‘euthanased’ at the advanced stages of the disease.

Degenerative myelopathy (DM) is an inherited neurological disorder of dogs that can be fatal. Affected dogs usually begin showing clinical signs of disease in adulthood with gradual muscle wasting and loss of coordination that typically begins in the hind limbs because of nerve degeneration. Disease progression continues until the dog is unable to walk.

Hyperuricosuria (HUU) is elevated levels of uric acid in the urine. This condition causes dogs to form stones in their bladders or sometimes kidneys. These stones often must be removed surgically and can be difficult to treat. HUU is inherited as a simple autosomal recessive defect.

Here at Cwmdarran Gundogs no puppy’s we produce will be affected due to the mating being planned to ensure we never pair two dogs together that carry the faulty gene.

 

Litter Information

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Date Litter Born

10/04/2024
2

Litter Ready To Leave

Now

3

Litter Reference

24/1

The Parents

Sire

Sire – Beauty Of Fire Zar 7/8=15 DNA Tests HUU – DM – CA Free

Dam

Dam – Tycwmdarrans Alpheratz 6/6=12 DNA CA Free by parentage

The Puppies

5 healthy puppies born 10th April 2024 and ready to leave now. One girl still available, KC registered, Microchipped and fully vaccinated.

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Litter Information

1

Date Litter Born

21/05/2024
2

Litter Ready To Leave

16/07/2024
3

Litter Reference

24/2

The Parents

Sire

Sire –
Mynydd Storms Hip Score 8/8=16 Elbow 0

Dam

Dam – TYCWMDARRANS MIAMI Hips 3/3=6. Elbows 0/0=0 DNA Cerebellar Ataxia, HUU (Canine Hyperuricosuria) DM (Degenerative Myelopathy) Free by parentage.

The Puppies

7 Healthy Puppies born 21st April 2024 and ready to leave 16/7/24.

Full Kennel Club Registratiom, Microchipped with Petlog and 4 Weeks free Petplan Insurance.

Red Female - Reserved

Green Female - Available

Black Male - Reserved

Yellow Female - Reserved

Orange Female - Available

Blue Male - Reserved

Pink Female - Reserved

Looking for a Hungarian Vizsla Call us now!

The Hungarian Vizsla is one of the most popular hunt, point, retrieve dog breeds in the UK. With its noble bearing and eye-catching coat, this dog stands out in a crowd. It is lively, intelligent and biddable, both a keen worker and affectionate companion, loyal, lively and above all, loving. Earning the nickname of ‘Velcro dog’ because they like to be near their owners.
They have plenty of energy and love to be outdoors, they make the perfect companions to those who have active lifestyles. Vizslas were originally bred as hunting and retrieving dogs, they enjoy training and love nothing more than a game of fetch.

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