The Hungarian Vizsla has been through considerable cross-breeding; it is believed to have received its rusty brown coat color from the Turkish Quail-hunting dogs and its pointer capabilities from the German and English breeds. Nevertheless, the breed has remained native to Hungary for over a century It is not only a symbol of heritage and prestige, but also of beauty and affection at its best It is a medium sized dog breed that has its upsides and downsides. Typically a short-haired, non-shedding breed, the Hungarian Vizsla owns a majestic personality and charm. They cannot work in guardian roles; however, they make amazingly loving companions for their owners. They are generally sociable and blend in well with children, animals and other dogs. The Hungarian Vizsla is called Velcro for a reason - they like being around their masters. They will do tricks and follow orders meticulously to receive praise. But if they are left on their own for too long, they are likely to experience separation anxiety. The intelligent ones may be able to find their way out of captivity as well They are relatively easy to groom and train. They make wonderful companions and are suited for most environments as long as their needs are catered to. The Hungarian Vizsla makes a perfect companion for most dog lovers. To find out more about this spectacular dog breed, read through this book, which I hope answers all your questions. Everything you need to know about this breed is contained in this book. This manual contains all the information you need including transitioning through house breaking, care, feeding, training and end of life, so that you can make a well informed decision whether or not the Hungarian Vizsla is the breed for you. If you already have an Hungarian Vizsla, you will learn everything you need to know to keep your dog healthy and happy. Covered in this book: - Brief history - Temperament - Pros and Cons - Where to buy and when - Preparing your home - The first days - Health - Daily care - Grooming - Training - Costs - General tips, tricks and guidelines ..... and much more.