The aim of our kennel is to breed high quality Hungarian Vizsla puppies after excellent parents with balanced temperament, great hunting skills and also outstanding body exterior, with excellent health and possibly other sport's scores. Our aim is also to achieve greater genetic diversity in the breed population by the influx of new blood from abroad and we also care much about the diversity of the gene pool of our offspring (choice of parents from different lines) which significantly reduces the likelihood of suffering from inherited diseases caused by relatedness of the parents and improves overall health of the dog.
When choosing a stud dog we mainly base on the intimate knowledge of our bitches, their pros and cons, advantages and shortcomings. We will always try to find a totally unrelated stud dog with the ideal combination of hunting skills, pretty exterior, good character and health. Although we are willing to work with some minor drawbacks of the parents to achieve the pros of the mating we believe in (otherwise we wouldn't have made such a combination) the stud dog should never have the same defects as the covered bitch. This choice will be preceded by a detailed analysis of pedigrees and available information, personal meeting with the owner and the dog itself before the cover and our own evaluation since we are not going to be satisfied just by verbal praise :-)
Our dogs are bred at home in a loving environment with a lot of employment whether in the form of training, long walks or different activities, but they also have precisely defined rules. The same conditions apply also to the puppies. Between the litters of one bitch there will always be at least two but more likely more periods of heat and throughout her live she will receive above standard care and quality of food.
Our minimal claims for stud dogs as well as our bitches: HD A, ED A, hunting test allowing the dog to be used in practise, at least one beauty championship from one of the member countries of FCI and last but not least, good character. Tests for HED (hereditary eye defects), PRA-prcd (progressive retinal atrophy), long hair gene, allergy test or other tests with negative results are also an advantage.
Adela Cori, October 2015