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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-09-2017, 02:00 PM Thread Starter
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Differences between MALE & FEMALE Vizslas

We have an amazing 2 year old female. We are getting a puppy in July (litter just born). We can't decide between a male or female puppy. We've never been around a male Vizsla, so we're wondering what their temperament is like. What are some of the major behavioral differences between male and female Vizslas? The only difference I could find on this forum was regarding potty training. Apparently, males take a little bit longer to grasp the concept.

Some of the most appealing characteristics of our female are:
Extremely loveable, wants to play constantly, very expressive and vocal, easy to train tricks or commands, keeps herself very clean, doesn't bark at other dogs.

I apologize if my question seems naive. I just want to ensure that if we get a male, we won't be disappointed if he isn't as loveable and "velcro" as Chloe.

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my girl was 3 when we brought the boy home ...he's more laid back than my girl, certainly more sociable too. I'm not saying that's "the rule", just that's how it's panned out with my two
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They are all different in my experiences. I have a male and he is lovable, snuggler, velcro, talks (roo,roo) and is smart. He is now almost 2, gets along with other dogs, and loves babies and kids.
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I've found the males stay in that clown goofy stage longer than females.
Cash will be 8 next month, and he's still silly around the house.
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It makes me HAPPY to hear all the positive feedback. About 10 years ago, we had a male Miniature Pinscher and he was very aggressive and protective, especially with visitors. I'm glad we chose the Vizsla breed two years ago. They are an elite creature!
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