I have to say that my wife was the one who wanted a V. I wanted a Choco Lab but guess who's the boss at my house! Now that we have them I can't believe how much I love them. They are really great dogs.
I had always wanted a Doberman and planned on it as soon as I moved out. Unfortunately they are on the restricted breed list at the apartment complex we moved into so it made us look into other breeds and that was a huge blessing in disguise. I can't imagine our life without Holley. She is the sweetest, most affecionate little puppy I have known. She has her very bad moments but that is part of a puppy. We love her more than we could have ever thought possible. Hopefully when we move into a house though she can have a brother that is a Doberman. haha.
I would have to say that our 2 year old V is beatiful and so sweet and well mannered, although he will sneak sometimes and try to do a little counter surfing, if he's not laying next to you or in your lap he's not happy, but our 6 month of course is a Holy Rain of terror. He Is a beatiful puppy but i think he knows it, he is very arrogant and has an attitude problem, he thinks that he is the ruler of the house. They are such beautiful dogs!
The part about the 6 month old who is arrogant and thinks he's the ruler of the house reminded me of this vizsla blog. Read the post titled "Dad's birthday." "I am so regale OMG." http://iamsomistreated.blogspot.com/
I could swear Rosie can "joke." She flips on her back, lets her ears flop, looks at you upside down, and gets the silliest grin. She really looks like she's laughing, like she knows she's being silly. Sometimes she even seems to do it in response to one of us laughing.