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Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla Pictures

Pictures of Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla. Feel free to contact us and send Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla photos. Include a little info with each pic you send, such as dogs name, age, colour and coat type where relevant.

Photos with thanks to Zsófi, Zöldmáli kennel,
8 week old puppy
Pictured above are Zöldmáli Iris at the age of 8 weeks and at the age of 1 year.
From the photo's it is clearly visible, how much the wiry coat changes/develops by the age.
Iris has the perfect, most desirable wiry coat type.
Zöldmáli Iris is 1,5 years old, already a junior champion in Hungary.
Owned by the Zöldmáli kennel
Puppy on a scent in the snow
Photos with thanks to Julian & Catherine Apps,
Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla






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