I have only had the opportunity to walk one Vizsla breed of dog throughout my time at wag, but it was an unforgettable walk! From the moment I walked into the owner’s home, the Vizsla was extremely friendly, inviting, and genuinely excited to see me and go for a nice long walk! The Vizsla was trained well to put on her leash and wait patiently before going on her walk. As with many other dog breeds, the Vizsla was very responsive to most commands and was obedient if there was a treat in front of her. While on her walk, the Vizsla did tend to pull a good deal of the time. Because of their build, the Vizsla was a very strong dog, so the pull was somewhat difficult to handle at first. The Vizsla was very high energy and wanted to walk very quickly. In between fast walking, I tried to run a bit with the pup because she loved the exercise and that way she would not pull as much if we were only walking. The Vizsla I walked was only about a year old; therefore she was full of energy and still learning right from wrong behaviors. This particular Vizsla was very sly when we crossed paths with any food particles on the ground; she was quick to eat anything edible in sight, so I had to keep a very close eye on her. Although she had some unbroken tendencies, this breed of dog was so loving and loyal. I felt very protected while I was walking with the Vizsla. Additionally, the pup received multiple compliments on how beautiful she and her coat was. The Vizsla has a very short coat that does not require as much maintenance as other dog breeds; therefore, her coat was nice and shiny. During our walk, the Vizsla encountered other dogs that were walking with their owners. The Vizsla was not aggressive towards the dogs, but would pull tremendously to go near them because she was excited and wanted to make friends! Vizslas are quite friendly to humans and their doggy counterparts alike! If one is considering buying a Vizsla pup, they must be sure they are able to provide the love and needed exercise and attention that the Vizsla craves and needs. Without such stimulation, some Vizslas may become restless and destructive. With proper care and attention, Vizslas are loving, energetic, and loyal companions that are fit for most families!