We encourage you to visit our website at www.vizslapup.com if you have not done so. There you will find a wealth of information, puppy photos, and references. We do not inbreed or line-breed only out-breeding here, (beware of those who do) and our pedigrees have great Champion bloodlines. Our dogs are very well rounded and have a great temperament. We only have 1-2 litters a year and our pups get daily attention and contact by our family.
You will receive a full 12 month Health guarantee. You will be responsible for getting the puppy to us. We require a quick phone interview with you. We simply one to get to know you to see if your right for the breed. Most people have already done the research and know that they fit with this breed but we want to make sure. To date 49 families over the years have put there trust in us and have been very happy. You have access to these people on our website. Feel free to contact them and they will tell you that we are there for you during and after the sale.
We do not sell to puppy mills or breeders for resale. Please be very careful when shopping. Remember cheaper is not always better. We care for each and every one of our pups during the 8 weeks, doing special time consuming practices that most breeders do not know of or care about.
Below is our package. We also send you photos & videos during the waiting process. Our pups sell for $1000 firm plus shipping. Please see our website on how to buy for shipping methods. You’re always welcome to come visit us as well.
1. American Kennel Club Registration Application.
2. Vaccination Certificate & Health Record Book
3. Official Small Animal Health Certificate
4. AKC Litter Certificate, New this year.
5. Literature, Raising a Vizsla Puppy and recommend training book.
6. CD with pictures of the litter from birth to present.
Why not choose a responsible breeder. You get what you pay for with Stodola Vizsla!
Are you committed to the dog that you're planning on purchasing for the rest of its life? Purchasing a puppy is not something to be taken lightly. You are committing to the care, training and health of the dog and to love it and tend to its every need. Dogs, depending on the breed and life's circumstances, usually live 10 years or more. It is your responsibility to make sure it is in good health and happy as long as it lives. A dog is not a toy that you buy and then toss it in the corner when you're tired of it. Dogs are living things that have to be nurtured. They have to be cared for and take as much, or more, care as a child. Owning a puppy is a very serious commitment and not to be taken lightly. If you are willing to spend the next dozen or more years caring for your dog, then by all means bring one into your life. You will have a firm bond to each other and spend many happy hours interacting together.