Re: Multiple Vizsla Disorder - it's real!
We added our second Vizsla puppy a few months ago. At first our older Vizlsa was a bit unhappy. I could see him sitting at the back door, watching the puppy playing outside and almost saying: "Go home, puppy, keep going and don't come back!" Then later at the off leash park, he would take the puppy away, leave it with another family and come back happy: "Mom, I found a good home for her. She is in good hands!" Or would just leave her in heavy bush hoping she would not find her way back to us.
Now they play hard like only Vizslas can play. He refuses to go on the walk without her. When she sits down to do her business, he sits and we all need to wait before we could continue our walk together. We have crated the puppy as she is a lot in your face busy puppy, to let our older boy to have time on his own. We keep reassuring him he is our first and we love him a lot.