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For eight years we had a huge male and an average sized female Rottweiler. We lost the male in February, bought our first V in April, then lost our female to cancer last Friday. Today we bought another V but a female this time. She's only a month old and will be coming to us just before Christmas.

We loved our Rotties and thought they were the greatest dogs we ever had but they both only lasted 8+ years. Hopefully we'll have the Vs for a lot longer than that.

We also had a problem traveling in our motor home because some campgrounds discriminate by breed and won't allow Rotts. We don't anticipate any problems with our Vizslas. They aren't a threat to anyone, imagined or not. Now we just have to love our Vs as much as we did our Rotts. :)
 

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BR, sorry to hear about the passing of you Rotti last week.

Glad to hear you have room for another V. I am sure your other V and her will have a blast together. Be sure to post some pics of her when she arrives.
 

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After we lost our last Rottie to cancer in 2006 I really read up on cancer within the breed and its horrific.He only made 7 .Our other 2 had made 12 and around 14 so we were lucky there .And although we loved the breed we just didn't want to have to wait for the limps to arrive and consider the surgery etc etc.
Maybe someday someone will breed a Vizsweiller ;D
And you are right about attitude ,our last Rottie was the gentlest dog out and people would cross the road to avoid him now people are all over our 2 Vizslas and they are all over them as well ,manners is something they don't have time for.
 
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