Are all vizslas hyper?

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Known to be highly loyal, the Vizsla is sometimes referred to as the "Velcro" dog.

As with most hunting dogs, Vizslas require lots of exercise, and may become hyper or destructive if bored or lonely.

Vizslas are natural chewers, and will sink their teeth into anything and everything around the house.

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Vizsla.

As with most hunting dogs, Vizslas require lots of exercise, and may become hyper or destructive if bored or lonely.

Vizslas are natural chewers, and will sink their teeth into anything and everything around the house.

Obedience training is essential, but the Vizsla is highly trainable and eager to please.

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Temperament. Vizslas are very high energy, gentle-mannered, loyal, caring, and highly affectionate.

They quickly form close bonds with their owners, children, and even strangers.

Often, they are referred to as "velcro" dogs because of their loyalty and affection.

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Aggression.

Typically, the only time a Vizsla may get aggressive is if he senses a threat to their family.

They are so attached to their humans that they can sometimes become overprotective.

This can sometimes make them bigtime barkers, but this behavior can be tempered with training.

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Some vizslas do have a tendency to become recreational barkers.

This habit can become problematic if not checked early on.

Dog breeds like the Weimaraner, the Wirehaired Vizsla, and the German Shorthair Pointer were developed from the Vizsla breed.

vizslas are usually robust and healthy.

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Grooming a Vizsla.

Vizslas are self-cleaning dogs that don't need to be bathed very often and they have little or no "dog smell" that is detectable by humans.

Although their coats are considered to be low-maintenance, this short-haired breed does require some grooming.

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Vizslas: What's Good About "Em, What"s Bad About 'Em.

The AKC Standard calls the Vizsla "lively, gentle-mannered, demonstrably affectionate, and sensitive." The good-natured Vizsla has also been called a "Velcro" dog because he is so tactile - he likes to attach himself to people, preferably in their laps.

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The vizsla is a Hungarian pointer that is incredibly intelligent, energetic and eager to learn.

With extremely high levels of energy these dogs require extensive exercise routines in order to prevent destructive behavior.

As a hunting dog by nature this dog should not be trusted with small animals.

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