Hungarian Vizsla Owners

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  • Bitcon
    Moray Armstrong
    Current Health Tests

    We have been breeding & showing dogs mainly Cocker Spaniels, Flat Coated Ret & Hungarian Vizsla's for approx 40 years.
    Have bred or owned 30 Uk Champions, including the Hungarian Vizsla Breed record holder & No. 1 Top Dog All breeds in UK 2006 The Hungarian Vizsla
    Sh.Ch.& Aust Ch. Hungargunn Bear It I'n Mind

  • Redwarren
    Cate Mather
    High Peak
    Current Health Tests


  • C Radford
    Current Health Tests

    Vinnie (Troupeso Vinnie Cooper Moon) is my first Vizsla, he was breed by my sister who owns his mum (Kaschtan Gold Chalcedony) and his grandad (Maplegrove Evening Spirit of Troupeso). Vinnie comes from a working and showing background.

    Vinnie is confident, friendly and out going and always enjoys a cuddle on the sofa, a typical example of the Vizsla breed.

  • Ryan Kay
    North Yorkshire

    We are a small kennel with pure working strains of Gundogs. Our dogs regularly compete in Working tests and field trails and also work thought out the season, beating, picking-up and at the peg.

  • Risley
    Catherine Kelly
    Po Lifford
    Current Health Tests

    I have had dogs all of my life, and began breeding American cockers in 1992, I was in the breed for six years I did show lightly, and breed a few very nice litters. More and more health issues were creeping into the lines at that time and I decided to stop breeding the American Cockers. I bought my first Vizsla in 1998 from Judith Curruthers and showed her until she had an accident , she was then retired from the show ring but went on to produce a lovely litter of pups. I now have Vizslas as my main breed and two German Shorthaired pointers.
    All of my dogs are hip scored , and we would .... (click to read more)

  • Rachel Smith
    Current Health Tests

  • Redfurs
    Yvette & Michelle Mcangus
    By Arbroath
    Current Health Tests

    The Redfurs home of Hungarian Vizslas is nestled in the Scottish countryside of Redford. We are Kennel Club Accredited, and as such abide by their code of ethics as well as undertaking the necessary health tests required.

    We are a small successful show kennel, Whilst we enjoy numerous successes in the show ring, we are also proud to have bred the foundation stock of some other successful show and working kennels.

    All my dogs live in my house and are pets. There is often a rush for sofa space!!

    Yvette and Michelle both judge at open shows, whilst Michelle is also an .... (click to read more)

  • Phil Reed
    Current Health Tests

  • Kandymal
    Miss Joanne Armstrong
    Current Health Tests

    Breeder of Cocker Spaniels & Hungarian Vizslas

  • Diane Wild
    Current Health Tests


  • Siriusbell
    ArkáDy Bernard

    We have been involved with the breed for over 30 years.
    Showing and working our dogs has become an important part of our lives and has now taken over as a full time pursuit. We now have four generations living with us under one roof and enjoy every waking hour with our dogs.

  • Fassfields
    John and Gail Riley
    Nr Burnley

    We successfully bred our first litter in 2010 from Bayside Brokk of Lanokk ShCM X Kenmillix Metope at Fassfields, Saffy. What a delightful thriving, happy and confident litter this was! From this litter we kept our very own Fassfields Queen Breha who became Top Puppy 2011 and also awarded her first CC at Crufts 2012 at the age of 16 months. Showing is only our second discipline - we have 4 dogs in total and currently work 3 of them on shoots within the Trough of Bowland area. Saffy was originally trained for the Hawk and now is a welcome member of several gundog training groups and enjoys .... (click to read more)

  • Hakumichi Japanese Spitz
    Paula Ws Forster
    Argyll & Bute

    One of two Kennel Club Accredited Breeders of Japanese Spitz in the West of Scotland. I have owned this breed for over 11 years and have shown for over 10 years. Greatest achievement so far producing 1 UK show Champion from my first litter, 'Hiro' who took Best of Breed at Crufts in 2010 at the age of two. He is also currently the only Japanese Spitz UK Champion living in Scotland. I breed infrequently and I do so for quality and healthy puppies, most of the time only to extend my own line. It is so important to maintain the breed standards for this breed of dogs. 3 generations so far of .... (click to read more)

  • Tatze Weimaraners
    Lisa Brierley
    Current Health Tests

    Owner of mother and daughter longhaired weimaraners Freya and rogue, short haired Weimaraner Busta and Hungarian Vizsla Copper.

  • Martin Thomas
    Current Health Tests

    Robi (Chulak Mister Bojangles) lives with me at School Farm, which is just outside Faversham in Kent. He has a lovely temperament, being very friendly towards people and other dogs. He's also very healthy, with a hip score of just 2+2, so I'm very interested in breeding from him. Although nor formally trained as a hunting dog, the farm environment has certainly brought his hunting instincts to the fore, and he's a great natural pointer, "showing" me all sorts of wildlife on our walks around the farm.

  • Chilternway
    Kerry Lord & Tim Broomfield
    Princes Risborough
    Current Health Tests

    At Chilternway we concentrate foremost on health and temperament within our dual-purpose breed line.

    A dual purpose dog shows enthusiasm and great performance to 'work', being able to participate in Hunt, Point & Retrieve (HPR) activities.

    Keeping within the breed standards, good health, good composition, free flowing movement plus the ability to be sociable and relaxed makes them great performers in the show ring as well.

    Being foremost family pets, we enjoy lots of activities with our dogs and feel privileged to own and be able to occasionally breed such wonderful .... (click to read more)

  • Nikki Ovenden
    Current Health Tests

  • Mr & Mrs Tallamy Ellough Suffolk

  • Pam Hanson Altrincham Cheshire

  • Thomas Owen York North Yorkshire