To promote responsible ownership and enjoyment of the Hungarian Vizsla
The Hungarian Vizsla Club of NSW Inc. was formed in 1990. The Club currently has over 300 members Australia wide and welcomes all Vizsla owners – whether their dog is a top winning show dog, a companion hunter or top class pet. Also welcome are those who are interested in learning more about the breed, previous Vizsla owners who happen to be without a Vizsla currently and others who, for whatever reason, are admirers of this lovely breed.
No matter what else any of our Vizslas do, they are all members of our families and you will find the concern for the welfare of these fabulous four footed members is the core of all HVC of NSW activities. Why not come and join us? There are many advantages to belong to your registered breed club.
Your Club’s committee works hard to ensure that the Club and its activities are available to everyone. The Club runs activities during the year which you may wish to be involved in, including shows, an obedience trial, tracking workshops and social events and get-togethers. Alternatively, you may wish to come to some events just to watch.
There is a lot of support and information not only on this website but through the Club’s newsletter which is a bi-monthly publication. You can elect to receive this electronically or by post.
We hope that you will find some of the information you are looking for on this website – but the web site is simply a doorway to the Club and its activities and resources. We have an active Breed Informaton and Breed Referral service to help you decide if a Vizsla is the right breed for you, then help with your search for a reputable and committed breeder. If you are thinking of an older Vizsla, we occasionally have rescued or rehome Vizslas available to the right homes.
- Breed Information, Referral & Support
- Breed Rescue & Rehoming Service
- Club Picnics
- Tracking Trials
- Obedience Trials
- Specialist Conformation Shows
- Bi-monthly Club Meetings
- Bi-monthly Newsletter (click here to download a recent issue)