If you are interested in knowing more about bark collars, check out the website for a Tucson based company called Tri-Tronics (www.tritronics.com). They have a product called the “Bark Limiter.”
The VCA has a short brochure about this topic ~ Raising a Vizsla Puppy >> Near the end of the section “Crate Training Your Puppy,” it lists pressed rawhide as a safe chewable toy. Rawhide can be hazardous to your dog’s digestion and excretory systems. (See “Dog Toys’ below.)
Go to www.amazon.com and type in “raising puppies.” The T.V. show “The Dog Whisperer” with Cesar Millan is very popular. He has written many books that may be helpful to you. Go to his website at www.cesarsway.com for a list and helpful hints.
Buying a Vizsla ~ Questions to ask before you buy a Vizsla >>
Breeding your Vizsla is not something to do on a whim. It should not be done so your kids can “experience” the birthing process. Your responsibility doesn’t end when you sell a puppy or offer your male for stud. The same questions you need to ask when you are buying a puppy will apply to you when you are selling a puppy. Questions to ask before you buy a Vizsla >>
The VCA has a short brochure about this topic ~ So You Want To Be A Vizsla Breeder >>
Note: The RSVC Code of Ethics >> states that our members agree to only breed dogs who have DNA numbers, are free from serious hereditary defects, are over 2 years old, and have been OFA-certified as free from hip dysplasia. Additional health testing is optional.
Von Willebrand’s Disease described in the Doctors Foster & Smith website >>
Kennel Cough as described on the Doctors Foster & Smith website >>