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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-23-2018, 07:36 PM Thread Starter
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Vizsla Rescue of Texas needs fosters

They are trying to find foster homes for 4 vizslas in North Texas.
I don't have much information on them at the moment. I only know that they are not from the same home.

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One is a 6 1/2 year old male in Fort Worth.
He was used to having a big yard to play in, and now owner lives in a apartment.
He is having to spend to much time alone in the apartment.
He does not get along with other male dogs, and can be shy when meeting new people.
He warms up to new people quickly, and has no bite history. But due to his shyness, and excited play (jumping) they recommend no young children in the home.
He does have fears of fireworks, and storms.
He's a sweet loving boy, that loves playing with toys, and chasing balls.


Next is a 6 year old female in Austin.
She had the rule of the place most of her life, and has had a very hard time adjusting to the family's new lab puppy.
At first it was a growl, and a nip. But she has now bitten the Lab, and is getting moody with the family.
She has nipped family, after puppy was brought into the home, but not broken the skin.
I'm trying to find out if she has been fine with older dogs.
If she has, I'm considering fostering her.

I don't have any information on the other two, and all need fosters before they can join the rescue.

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On top of the other Vizslas, 4 more are being surrendered to rescue ( if fosters can be found) in North Texas. They are 2 females, and 2 males.
I will add pictures when I get home.

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http://www.tgcvizslaclub.com/rescue/

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This is the rescue's post.

This hardly ever happens - but there are 4 purebred Vizslas in the North Texas area that are looking for new homes: Lucy (F), BB (F), Blinky (M), and Rooster (M). We don't know a ton about them just yet other than they are healthy and reasonably current on shots. Because we are so full, we are just networking them as there is generally a ton of interest in purebred Vizslas. Someone approved by another Viszla group is coming to look at the females.

This is from their owner: "We take the dogs inside in the evening.They are all kenneled indoors and outdoors. They have always been in ac when it is hot outside and in a heated kennel when it's too cold outside for a short haired dogs. They are all crate trained. Blinkie stays in our utility room in a large cage at night. He is use to being in the house but only to sleep or to protect him from the weather. When any of them have been around our grandchildren they love to see them. No medical issues with any of these dogs."

I haven't met the dogs - so I don't know any more details. If you're interested, let us know and I can get you in touch with VRT or the owner.
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