Re: Recommended Vizsla Breeders in Northeast
I think a lot depends on how committed you are to learning, and following through with what the breed needs.
Putting this breeds needs on a back burner turns into a lot of behavior issues. Their needs have to be met for years, even if you have life changes.
My daughter has a new pup. It was dumped, so we don't know it's background. The neighbor was going to let the pup out of the crate mid day, on days they worked long hours. Well puppy was unsure of the neighbor, and growled at her. She is not comfortable doing it now, so my daughter drove the pup to spend the day with me. It's a extra hour added to her schedule, but it's a backup plan until she can work something out.
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