Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla Breeders

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  • Fourlums Hungarian Wirehaired Vizslas
    Yvonne Deighton
    North Yorkshire
    Current Health Tests

    I have owned a variety of dogs all of my life but the lovely wires certainly own me. Their gentle charm and charisma have made them difficult to resist. The lovely young bitch Lily (Kisdons Attribute) is my second successful show wire from the Kisdon kennel, and my fourth wire. Lily enjoys agility and recently passed her Good Citizen Silver Test.

  • Fryerfold
    Mrs Sarah Stephenson
    Current Health Tests

    Leiborschy Lincoln of Fryerfold is our first Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla, having owned and shown Hungarian Vizslak previously with some success. Lincoln has some wonderful results in the ring, winning his first CC at National Gundog 2014 and gaining his Stud Book Number. He won Res CC at the same show 12 months later. He has passed his Bronze Good Citizen KC certificate, but more importantly he was assessed and passed his Pets As Therapy assessment, and whilst he isn't an active PAT dog, due to time constraints/family commitments, he has the most superb temperament and is a friend to all. He .... (click to read more)

  • Spanaffy
    Jo Milner
    Stone Creek
    East Riding of Yorkshire

    we only breed very occasionally and every litter is carefully planned to ensure any puppies are good examples of their breed and health tested to the standard that breed requires. our dogs are all carefully bred for good honest working dogs that can be suitable for active pet homes. we are not big breeders having lots of litters and may only have a litter every few years if we want to keep a puppy so please emails us to be placed on the waiting list, we put heart and soul into every puppy we breed socialising them and taking them to puppy classes

  • Wychtrees
    Clare Gallagher

    We are a family of 5, living in Nantwich , Cheshire. We bought our first "Wire", Freya (Starshot Kazoo) 8 years ago and kept her daughter, Lyra (Wychtrees Katalin) from her first litter. Freya has proven to be a fantastic mum to her 3 litters, as has Lyra to her first litter 2 years ago.We fell in love with the breed, for their affectionate, gentle manner and "Joy of life". Tilly (wilfnbell Red Pash), our Australian Terrier, joined our "pack" 3 years ago. We wanted a smaller dog to be a companion for our disabled daughter, and she has been amazing; gentle, calm and empathetic. Our dogs, .... (click to read more)

  • Travizda Wirehaired Hungarian Vizsla
    Tracy & Dave Barker
    Current Health Tests

    We are a small family run kennel in the fens -Perfect for this active breed.
    Our aim is to consistently breed dogs that are healthy, true to breed standard with fantastic temperaments.
    Every litter is carefully planned to ensure that they are good examples of the breed and are suited for working or active pet homes.
    As a working kennel with our own shoot our dogs get plenty of time to do what they do best and enjoy been on the beating line and picking up.
    All our dogs are a big part of our family and when not working or training love nothing more than playing "Hookie" on the sofa .... (click to read more)

  • Reedycreek
    Mrs H Brown
    West Yorkshire
    Current Health Tests

    Hungarian Vizsla.

  • Chanthome
    Rachel Rennie
    Current Health Tests

    We are owners and workers of HWV and cocker spaniels , beating and picking up . We have 3 HWV and 4 spaniels including one cocker stud dog . We generally breed 1 or 2 litters each year and all dogs work during the shooting season .

  • Annexe
    Anne Kingston
    East Sussex
    Current Health Tests

    Enher is my first HWV and a great member to are family of GSP, we have had GSP for 20 years, I find them a fascinating and loyal breed and our HWV adds another dimension to are working team.

  • Ewtor & Davigdor
    Alastair Moss
    Current Health Tests

    We have shown and bred dogs for over 30 years starting at first with Cocker Spaniel before then buying our first Field Spaniel in 1987 Coralmist Charisma at Ewtor. Since then We have added the Davigdor Pointers in partnership with David Tobin and more recently our Hungarian Wirehaired Vizslas.

  • Oakberrow
    Mrs Doreen Smillie-Gray
    Current Health Tests

    Oakberrow Gundogs, German Shorthaired Pointers, Hungarian Wirehaired Vizslas and Labrador Retrievers are all worked regularly on partridge, duck & pheasant.

    Our Stud dogs are hip scored.

    Look at the various dogs to get the blog on each one.

  • Morganna Hungarian Wirehaired Vizslas
    Rachel Newman
    Current Health Tests

    Sh Ch Morganna Star Anise JW ShCM - 9CCs , 1RCC -Top winning HWV bitch to date (September 2016)

    .HWVCGB Top HWV 2015
    .HWVCGB Top Show Bitch 2015
    .HWVCGB Top Puppy 2015
    .HWVA and Dog World's Top HWV Bitch 2015
    .HWVA Runner up Top Puppy 2015
    .Our Dogs', HWVA and HWVCGB's Top Puppy 2014.

    The youngest HWV champion to date and only one to have a Junior Warrant and Show Certificate of Merit.

    At 17 months Ruby becomes the youngest show champion in the breed - Sh Ch Morganna Star Anise JW ShCM - she wins that magic third CC and Best of Breed under G Haran at .... (click to read more)

  • Cragvallie
    Ilex E. Whiting
    Nth Yorkshire
    Current Health Tests

    Having shown Cragvallie Dalmatians for 40 years, the Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla has now become my main breed. I first fell in love with the Wires in 1992, when I had the honour of judging Amor and Maya at NGA. I always keep strong working lines within my gundogs as I believe a dog should be capable of performing the job it was originally bred for, mine all display lots of working potential. I've owned smooth Vizsla, Basset Fauve de Bretagne, Dobermanns, a Boston terrier and a Longhaired & Mini Wire Dachshunds most dogs shown attaining a stud book entry, including a number of Champions, .... (click to read more)

  • Celanarin
    Paul and Andrea Keyland
    Current Health Tests

    Celanarin Gundogs is a small kennel based in the Suffolk countryside working and breeding HPR's and Spaniels from strong working lines.We have over 25 years experience of training, working, showing and breeding both for Falconry and other country pursuits.

  • Herlinga
    Mrs Tracie Rickman
    Current Health Tests

    My aim is to breed successful dogs of excellent conformation and temperament for both the field and the show ring.
    My dogs are with me at work daily as I am a single handed keeper on a partridge/pheasant shoot. During the season they accompany me on my shoot and on other days they pick up or work in the beating line on other local shoots.

    Sh Ch Herlinga Herveus (Harvey) was Best In Show at the UK's First Breed Championship Show in April 2011 held by the HWVA. Reputed to be the biggest entry of HWV's at any single show worldwide with over 130 entries. Harvey is also a valuable member .... (click to read more)

  • Roger Court
    West Midlands
    Current Health Tests

    Poppy is our three year old much loved Hungarian Wire-Haired Vizsla. She bred from Morganna lines and has a correct wire coat and have the correct build to meet breed standards. Poppy is proved successful in the show ring (HWVA shows 2015 critiques)as well as being keen working and steady on pheasant. She's a very kind loving dog with excellent temperament with both people and other dogs.

  • Newbald
    Geoff Dwyer
    N Devon
    Current Health Tests

  • Turtonmoor
    Adrian Blackledge
    Current Health Tests

    Turtonmoor is the most successful HWV Field Trialling kennel in the UK. FT Ch Kerride Henry (Caesar) is the only HWV to attain the title of Field Trial Champion in the UK. Caesar was an award winner at the 2013 KC HPR Championship.

    Ribble Amber (Amber) was an award winner at the 2015 KC HPR Championship. This was only her third competition at Open Field Trial level.

    Hawkstalon Aberfeldy at Turtonmoor (Belle) recently qualified to compete at Open Field Trial level and will do so at the start of the 2016/17 season. The winner of FT's, GWT's and Pointing Tests, Belle is proving .... (click to read more)

  • Deifstock
    Mrs Shirley Cooper
    Downham Market
    Current Health Tests

    Our dogs live in the house as family pets and are also worked regularly on local shoots.

    We are members of The Weimaraner Association, The Weimaraner Club of Great Britain , North of England Weimaraner Society, HWVA, HWVCGB and The Norfolk & Suffolk HPR Field Trial Club.

  • Canterwey
    Mrs. K.A. Evans
    Current Health Tests

    My first Smooth Fox Terrier arrived in the late 1950's and with the beginning of Canterwey in the 1970's, my interest in the Breed is as strong as ever. Having produced and shown many Ch. Show winning Smooths (& various other breeds) my stock is breeding on for others to enjoy success in the ring. In 2005 came the Welsh Terrier....
    I first awarded Challenge Certificates for Smooths in the early 1980's and also award Challenge Certificates to Wire Fox Terriers and judge various breeds and varieties.
    My love of Leonbergers began in 1994 - pleasure here being companionship, working ability .... (click to read more)

  • Hawkstalon
    Mark Herbert
    Current Health Tests

    Both Milo & Aggie work on grouse moors , pheasant shoots , have been shot over and worked for hawks & falcons