A lot of people that have full-time jobs, and vizslas. I would think the puppy stage, would be the toughest. Puppies can only hold their bladder so long, when awake. I don't know any puppies that will sleep for 8 hours straight during the day. Even if they do so overnight. You would come home to a puppy, covered in its own excrements. The ones that get used to that happening. Can be very hard to potty train. Due to the long hours, and having no other choice but to use the crate as a restroom. They start to look at it as normal behavior.
I was retired before owning my first Vizsla. And still had someone come let mine out, if occasionally away from home for hours.
Hopefully some of our members with full-time jobs, will comment. Letting you know how they handled the puppy stage, and after.
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