VCNC Breeder Referral*
The following members of the Vizsla Club Of Northern California (VCNC) have an up-to-date signed VCNC Breeder Code of Ethics document on file with the VCNC Breed Education Chair. The VCNC guidelines for inclusion on the list requires that Breeders breed only with the intention of adhearing to the Vizsla standard as recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC). Further, breeders agree to produce dogs that exhibit soundness, stable temperament and maintain natural hunting ability. Our guidelines endorse the efforts of the Vizsla Club Of America (VCA) to eliminate hip dysplasia in dogs by breeding only those dogs that are over two years of age and have been X-rayed and OFA certified as free from hip dysplasia. Breeders also agree to breed only those dogs free of serious hereditary defects including epilepsy, progressive retinal atrophy, Von Willebrands, entropian and cranial atrophy.
The Vizsla is a wonderful breed but it is not for everyone. The VCNC strongly urges individuals or families currently considering a Vizsla to fully research the breed and its characteristics. Click here to visit our "Getting a Vizsla" page to learn more about this amazing dog and to make the right decision before purchasing.
* Inclusion on the VCA Breeder Directory does not constitute an endorsement by the Vizsla Club of Northern California, its Officers, Directors, Membership, Breeder Referral Chair or Webmaster. It is the responsibility of the puppy buyer to do research on individual breeders and stud dog owners. The VCNC assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information submitted and provides no endorsements for dogs, individuals or kennels. The VCNC Code of Ethics asks breeders to be responsible, fair and honest in their dealings with prospective buyers.