She's been a good dog for me, likes to hunt, points nice, backs, retrieves(water & land), works the ditches pretty darn good, some dogs would rather work the ground above with you, but she'll get down and dirty!
I've never shown or trialed or hunt tested her, just hunted for the last seven years. My wife has finally given in to my requests to breed her, I had two girls, two years ago, she's in the happy huntin grounds.
So its now or never, and now its going to be. Just took her today for OFA cert. and cureent vaccinations. Dr. showed me the X-ray and said she should be graded "good" if not better! The X-ray looked good to my novice eyes!
She has a good pedigree, grandfather was a dog named "Golden Empire"s Dr. T" a DC NAFC & MH. There are other titles going back on both sides.
The sire I'm going to use is a boy from the "Rebel Rouser" lines from the Rozanek Kennels in Nebraska, my best friend bought him a couple years ago, he's a fine specimen, full of drive and desire, he'll be two at the end of June. He's had one full season hunting and is currently being trained with the help of Bill O'Brien. He's a handsome block headed boy, chisled like a champ. For the heck of it when he was around nine months old, we entered him in a local Vizsla Club show and he won! That's our extent of competition.
Anyone interested in a fine Vizsla that will have the qualities of a well bred hunting family companion contact me through here. The pups should be arriving sometime in late July or after then ready 8 weeks after that! I'll be having their tails and dew claws taking care of and administering their shots and worming.
I've been owning and hunting Vizslas since 1979, I'm not a professional breeder, but this will be the third litter I have had experience with. The first litter produced champion quaility pups, one woman campaigned her girl and got hunting test titles on her and a show championship, a girl named "Nitro's Cheyenne Autumn".