Hi. We have a gorgeous 10 week old Vizsla/labrador cross. We were torn between a lab and a vizsla so when her litter came up she seemed the perfect solution. She is great in so many ways - has taken really well to housetraining and even sits on command (we've had her 10 days). The big problem? We CANNOT leave her alone. I've read several posts that explain Vizslas are nicknamed 'velcro dogs' as they love to stick by you - have no problem with that and love having her with me as much as possible. But reality is she will need to work up to being left for 90 mins or so each day while I do errands, take kids to doctor etc. I don't expect this to be instant and am fully prepared to work on getting her there - my worry is, will she? I've seen some people say they literally had to change jobs and permanently work from home or tag team it with their partner. That won't work for us. I work from home, with the exception of two mornings per week. On those mornings I've already arranged for her to go out with a dog walker so the reality is she will not be left for very long at all, ever. But it won't be sustainable if I can't leave her for 90 minutes each day to go to the supermarket or run errands that dogs are not allowed to accompany me on (e.g. school appointments - we have two children, medical appointments etc). I'd be really grateful if someone could advise me if we've made a terrible mistake and should hand her back to the breeder so someone who will never have to leave her can have her instead OR whether we can get to the point she will be able to be left for a short while. Keen to know before we become too attached and before it's too traumatic for her. Many thanks.