• Wirehaired Vizsla

    Wirehaired Vizslas are medium-sized, lean hunting dogs with dense, wiry coats and adorable beards and eyebrows.

  • Group: Sporting
    Lifespan: 12–14 yr
    Height: 21–25 in
    Weight: 40–66 lb

  • Care

    Keeping your Wirehaired Vizsla's coat looking its best is a relatively easy task. A quick wipedown with a wet cloth and the occasional bath are typically sufficient to keep this breed's wiry coat clean. When your Wirehaired Vizsla is shedding their undercoat, expedite the process with a grooming mitt or shedding knife to reduce the amount of hair that drops around your home. Be sure to inspect your Wirehaired Vizsla's nails for splits or cracks and trim them regularly. Nails that get too long can cause discomfort and lead to problems walking. Finally, maintaining good dental hygiene is essential for any dog's long-term health. In addition to scheduling professional dental cleanings, establish an at-home care routine that includes regular teeth brushing.

    Keeping your Wirehaired Vizsla's coat looking its best is a relatively easy task. A quick wipedown with a wet cloth and the occasional bath are typically sufficient to keep this breed's wiry coat clean. When your Wirehaired Vizsla is shedding their undercoat, expedite the process with a grooming mitt or shedding knife to reduce the amount of hair that drops around your home.

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  • Disorders

    Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.