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Redrover,
On the Russian River there was not a firecracker fired off all weekend.

Got home yesterday and last night the fireworks set Chloe into a crazy fit.

Ordered a proper "Thundershirt" today.

Bailey could care less about fireworks or thunder.

Not all Vizslas are created equal.

Rod
 

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redbirddog said:
Redrover,
On the Russian River there was not a firecracker fired off all weekend.

Got home yesterday and last night the fireworks set Chloe into a crazy fit.

Ordered a proper "Thundershirt" today.

Bailey could care less about fireworks or thunder.

Not all Vizslas are created equal.

Rod
Yeah, they all have their idiosyncracies!!

Your grandaughter is just soooo cute. I have two grandsons RBD a two and a four year old. Being a little older, we can safely allow Ozkar who is now 8 months, to interact with them without fear of him hurting them accidentally. He is such a gentle boy with littlies.

I had a look at your pics on the blog too. Bailey is just adorable!! :) He looks soo much like my Ozkar.
 

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What a cutie-patootie your little grandaughter Lily is!!

Yes, one of the things that I think MOST recommends the Vizsla breed is gentleness with all people. and especially around children. It's been my experience that the adult Vizsla is quite trustworthy in this regard. :)
 

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They are fabulous dogs with kids. Scout has always always been super gentle with our kids, and takes a lot of climbing and grabbing from them, quite happily. He loves them as much as they love him.

Ha today my 3 year old told me she loved Scout so much that he was her bested friend.
 
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