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OUTDOORSMAN VIZSLAS - Utah Vizsla Breeders
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About OUTDOORSMAN VIZSLAS
VIZSLA PUPPIES FOR SALE!! OUTDOORSMAN Vizslas is taking deposits to reserve Vizsla puppies from our fall litter 2014. Nash is the Sire and Shasta is the Dam of this litter. They make a great combination and produce awesome vizsla puppies. This will be Nash and Shastas 4th litter and they have produce some amazing dogs in the past. We are expecting the litter to be born around the middle of September and ready for their new homes around the middle of November. For the hunter, fall litters are great because it gives the puppy good time to grow and bond with its new family over the winter and then be old enough to starts spring hunting training. Fall puppies will also be old enough by the next fall to be hunted. These pups will be AKC registrable (limited) purebred Hungarian Vizsla. These puppies will have had their tails docked, dew claws removed, micro-chipped and will be ready for their new homes towards the middle of November 2014. All puppies will be 100% healthy and are awesome looking Vizslas that are going to make amazing family pets as well as skilled pointers and hunting dogs. They come with a 2 year Health and Hip Guarantee. We are currently taking deposits of $200** to reserve a puppy
These puppies come from excellent field-trial and hunting bloodlines with over 60 championed dogs in their pedigrees. Both parents are on site. Both parents are great dogs with no health problems, fun loving personalities, and have an intense drive to hunt hard and please their hunting companions.
Nash The Sire: Nash is a beautiful male Vizsla that is the stud of this litter. He is a 58lbs hunting machine. He has excellent bloodlines with no history of hip, eye, or any kind of health problems. He is the most obedient dog that i have ever owned. His passion is to please. He loves to play and is great with kids. He is very driven hunting dog with years of experience. He is a medium runner with unbelievable drive, energy, confirmation, and skilled nose. He will run all day and points with style. He has a great looking blocky head and a very broad chest with tons of muscle mass. Some vizslas are tall and thin. He has an average height but is built like a brick house. He is 8 years old and still hunting strong.
Shasta The Dam: This will be Shastas forth litter. She is about 45lbs with solid muscle and a good set of wheels. She is a great looking Vizsla. She also loves to play and hunt. She is a medium runner but does a very good job at being thorough in the field and has a great nose. She is also a great natural retriever and swimmer. She is a great family pet with a very affectionate personality. She has a very mild and laid back temperament around the house and people but turns it on when she is hunting. She is 100% healthy and has no history of hip, eye, or any kind of health problems.
I do have pedigrees available upon request. Please call or email with any questions you might have about our world class Hungarian Vizsla Puppies for sale.
**All deposits are non-refundable as long as we can provide the desired puppy out of the desired litter. If for some reason we don't have enough of a certain gender or have unforeseen problems with the litter, we will offer to refund your deposit or transfer it to the next litter while holding your place in line.
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3531 W 3000 N
Logan, Utah 84335
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 8 years.
435-752-7000Send Email to OUTDOORSMAN VIZSLASClick here to visit OUTDOORSMAN VIZSLAS website
Puppies for sale
Submitted by: Matt - Seattle WA on Sep 30, 2014Floyd is doing great! He's got a very sweet personality. My vet said he has the best personality of all of the puppy Vizslas she has seen. She said most of them that she sees are 'nervous', but he is more Lab like. Floyd didn't like being compared to a Lab :-) He is afraid of nothing! Sirens, guns, kids, cars, loud construction equipment. Nothing scares him - they're all just new things to learn about. I think this is mostly due to socialization, as he has been everywhere and is in new situations daily, but have to believe at least some of it is the breeding. On our trip from Benson, he found the crate and crawled in before we made it to Bear Lake. So, crate training was 'free', and housebreaking was nearly painless. It made the 4000 miles that he spent in a car the first two weeks we had him enjoyable. Of course, keeping him out of the car now is a little difficult :-) Thanks again, couldn't be happier. He's going to need a little brother in a year of so, so keep me up to date on litters.
Submitted by: Jeff Nordeen on Sep 26, 2014Hello Andrew and DeAnna. I wanted to spend a moment or two updating you on Jordan (Nordeen)! Jordan fits right in with our family and has been a constant source of laughter. She is thriving at almost 20 lbs already and long/lanky! She is a quick learner and watches EVERYTHING. She has no fear and we are even more convinced we may try agility with her as she has taken to the play equipment at the park, complete with slides. She loves being a complete lap dog:). Thank you for allowing Jordan to be in our lives. We look forward to each and every moment....
Submitted by: Stacy Betts on Sep 25, 2014Our vizsla (Juno) is doing very well. Growing fast and socializing well with our lab. She has proven to have a good nose and is very adventurous. Not much makes her nervous...every morning she wanders into our pasture and says good morning to our cows. I get far more worried than she does. Every evening we play a game where I hide a pheasant wing and then bring her into the yard to find it. She seems to have a good desire to hunt for it and always ends up finding the wing. She is just starting to take several mile hikes with me in the mountains and is constantly vearing off the beaten path with her nose to the ground looking for "wings".
So far we have been very pleased with her and look forward to see what she is capable of over the next 12+ months. We'll keep you updated as she continues to grow and progress.
Submitted by: Stran Davis on Jun 04, 2014Just thought I would send you an update on Red. He is such an awesome dog. His nickname is Albert Einstein because of how smart he is. Thanks so much for such an awesome and fun dog. If you want to go hunt at my family's farm in Idaho just give us a call we have been seeing tons of pheasants.
Thanks so much, Stran.
Submitted by: Kelsey Bigelow on Jan 07, 2013Milee is a wonderful smart and loving dog. We couldn't have been happier!!!
Submitted by: Dave Ryan on Nov 02, 2012We are VERY happy with our puppy. He has been so much fun so far. He is learning to be crate trained, and although he has had a few accidents in the house, he hasn't had any in his crate, so I hope I am doing ok and doing the right things. He is also learning some basic obedience things like avoiding chewing, and biting, and jumping up on the kids. He is actually doing A LOT better in those regards. Other than that, the only other things I have been working on is some basic leash training, teaching him to stay and come, and playing fetch with a tennis ball (which he can't quite fit in his mouth yet, but he can snag the furry coating with his teeth and he retrieves it pretty well).
He absolutely LOVES the fields. He is noticeably much more bold about crashing through the tall grass and alfalfa than my previous dog (the shorthair) was at that age. He seems right at home. I ordered some pheasant wings to try to get him used to those smells also, so maybe next year he will be ready to give some hunting a try.
Again, we are very pleased with Satch. Thanks again.
Submitted by: Sandi Hirt on May 05, 2010We named our puppy Sir Rusty Axel Grease! Haha but we call him Axel for short. He is an amazing dog. I've never had a dog before and it is really great how he has bonded with my husband and me. I can't imagine our home without him. We live in Eagle Mountain and he loves running through all the hills and brush we have. I can't wait to take him to the lake this summer. Axel is a little sneak though... Haha he's so smart. He's always trying to get up on our bed in the middle of the night and squeeze in between my husband and me. Silly dog. Thank you so much for him! I'm glad his parents are doing well. They made one great puppy! :)