With the virus pandemic hitting the UK hard and many businesses having to adapt and change at this time, it means we too at Vizsla Rescue are having to follow suit. We are still receiving an extremely high volume of adoption requests every daywhich is putting a huge strain on our team as we try and adjust to the coming weeks and months. We have therefore decided to make the hard decision to suspend all adoption applications from today, until further notice. Do not fear though as we will be backup as soon as we can.
Those who are needing to rehome their Vizsla should still send in their rehome forms and we will assess each case individually and plan accordingly.
Thank you for your understanding.
The Vizsla Rescue Team
If you are interested in adopting a Vizsla please complete the form below. One of our team will contact you to gather any additional information that may be useful in matching you to the right dog.
We are so excited to announce that we will be at Crufts 2016 on Friday 11th March. We will have some beautiful and exclusive Vizsla Rescue goodies available to purchase – with all proceeds going to the Vizslas that need our care.
We will also be launching some BRAND NEW exciting, bespoke stock and hope you will all pop over and see us!
The Vizsla is a dog breed originating in Hungary, which are part of the HPR (Hunt, Point, Retrieve) group. The Hungarian or Magyar Vizsla are sporting dogs and loyal companions. The Vizsla is a natural hunter endowed with an excellent nose and high trainability. Although they are lively, gentle mannered….
Vizsla Rescue which was setup to promote humane behaviour towards the Hungarian Vizsla dogs. By providing appropriate care, protection, treatment and security for this breed of dog which are in need of care and attention by reason of sickness, maltreatment, poor circumstances or ill usage. It also has a secondary objective to educate the public in matters pertaining to dog welfare in general and the prevention of cruelty and suffering among all types of dogs.
Sylvia Cox has been rescuing and helping re-home Hungarian Vizslas for over 35 years. She has welcomed hundreds of dogs into her home for assessment and a place of refuge until the time comes for them to fly the nest and start their new lives with new loving families.