Hi! My family and I have recently decided on a Vizsla and after many months of bad luck with 4-5 different breeders we finally had one come through for us. We did lots of research before deciding on breeders and the guy who we are getting ours from seems to be quite reputable. I also searched for him and his kennel on this forum for a few minutes and the people that have posted about him seem quite satisfied with their dogs. I was just wondering. He called a few days ago and said that he had a beautiful litter, and that we would make the cut on the waiting list, though all of his dogs have white spots on them, so he wanted to know if we were still interested. I figure this recessive gene must be possible because of the dogs still carrying very distantly the genes from the dogs that were bred to originally create the breed. I am just curious if anyone can let me know how common it is for the dogs to be born with some sort of white spotting on them and though I don't think there would be, are there any problems this could indicate? Thanks guys and gals!