Temperament types of Australian Shepherd Dogs but overall would apply to a Vizsla:
A test given at 6 weeks:
This puppy seems to be a rebellious one, not recommended as a pet, but excellent as a herding, agility, or obedience dog. Could be used as a watch dog if properly trained. Absolutely requires an experienced handler as this type of dog will always attempt to challenge human leadership.
This puppy seems to be a self-assured one, which requires a firm education and is not recommended if one has children.
This puppy seems to be obedient and stable.
D. Docile / Affectionate
Along with a docile temperament this pup will have an increased need for affection and should be perfectly suitable for children.
This puppy seems to be an anxious one, may ill-behave with small children
[size=18pt][/size]Once again - boy or girl - start with a hard consonant - if the pup is in the field or off lead - you want them 2 hear you at once - try this - hand close 2 mouth and say the name - penny Pete pike - etc as you say the name - the first thing U feel is your breath on your palm - this projects your voice and the pup could careless about the rest of their name - worked 60 years ago as shown 2 me by my grandfather - this is the call name - register them as you like !