The last picture just makes me want one.Probably, mows. The American field trial vizsla lines are bred to be smaller and leaner than the European vizsla lines who look very hound-y in comparison. She might only end up around 40lbs. On the flip side, they are typically much bigger runners and faster workers - I am already seeing that with her out in the sage brush - with noses in the air like pointers rather than to the ground like other versatile breeds. I am really happy with this pup - smartest pup Ive yet had.
Harris was by far the cleverest dog I've ever seen.
When we got him. For the first couple of weeks he would go through the house each day and sit down in front of each picture and study it for a few minutes.
I miss having a big dog.