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I am actually from Scotland, but the majority of members are from America hence what you said about people being online.

Do you guys see many Vizslas where you live? I saw one today when I stopped at motorway services on the way back up from England, was a small one just like Phoebe.
 

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I am from England and not a day goes by when I'm not on here, I suppose I don't always log in. Should do really.
Bella is 17 weeks old and since we've had her we have met 3 other Vizsla's Calum. A 4 year old and the other 2 were 1 and a half years. We went to the lakes last week and people were stopping us in the street to ask about Bella, she was loving all the attention :)
 

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61 online at the moment, 15 members and 46 guests, out of 3040 members, Guess that's not so bad for a thursday mid-afternoon.
 

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Also, did you notice? This thread was started 3-1/2 years ago, in early 2009. We have grown considerably since that time!! I love the fact that we have members from pretty much everywhere on the globe. It is so great!! ;D ;D
 

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Are Vs increasing in popularity or have the owners become less shy?

We almost adopted an intact 22 months old Dobe yesterday, the only drawback... The Dobe wanted to eat our V and our V barked aggressively for the first time. I was so proud of our boy. He's bark was deep and stable, no whining, no saliva drooling.
Of course, no match, it would take months and months of work to rehome the Dobe.
What attracted us was the fact that he was intact, tail and ears uncut and very people friendly.
 

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it's also the quality not quantity of the members that counts,,just my tuppence worth ;D
 
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