Prairie Vizslas - Kansas Vizsla Breeders
About Prairie Vizslas
Prairie Vizslas is located near Chapman, KS. We are a State of Kansas Licensed Breeder. We strive to raise quality Vizslas, from hunting parents, at an affordable price. All of our breeding adults are OFA certified. Ancestors have excellent bloodlines, Confirmation Champion, Master Hunter. Avid Micro Chip for ID. Vizslas are very intelligent and great with children. They make GREAT jogging companions and therapy dogs. They are easy to train and aim to please. Please visit our website: www.prairievizslas.com
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Submitted by: Scott Galindo on Jan 27, 2010
I have always wanted a vizsla, somthing about the breed that I really liked. I got my vizsla "BO" from Mitch in March 2008. I told them I wanted a great hunting dog and most of all a great companion. Mitch was very good in explaining the breed to me and informed me that as they are great hunters in the field that they also are a very attached dog to their owners. I visited with Mitch a couple of times as I went and seen the puppies and watched him work with them with a quail feather at around 4 or 5 weeks and I was just amazed. I knew what I wanted in a dog and Mitch was very knowledgable and helped me out tremendously. Well I picked my pup and let me tell you, I am so very amazed at the things Bo can do. I took him hunting to South Dakota at 10 months and Bo was awesome. I still remember his first point and retrieve at 9 months on November 17th, 2008. Needless to say the guys that hunt with me are amazed at Bo's drive and ability to hunt. I couldn't of asked for anything more. Bo has become part of the family. Just to let you know what kind of genitic's Mitch has produced, I was watching a hunting show on T.V. and they were hunting pheseant and when the guy on T.V. shot his shot gun Bo jumped up and looked at the T.V. and was on full point when he seen the Pheseant, it was awesome. When I grab my shot gun and and put on my hunter orange, Bo is right there jumping up and down about 6 feet in the air just chomping at the bit to go. Bo hasn't dissapointed in the field. Bo is part of my family and gets treated no less. Thanks Mitch for producing quality hunting dogs.