Booker (did) need a forever home… HE FOUND IT!

booker5 year old male Vizsla, Booker, in Indianapolis area needs a forever home. Previous owners did not have ability to exercise him.
*** UPDATE: Thanks for all the interest in this guy. He has found a home. If you are interested in adopting a Vizsla, search “vizsla rescue” and the name of your state. We also have some links here…http://www.understandingvizslas.com/links/ Please remember that Vizslas have a high energy level and need to be exercised pretty much daily. They also need to be trained well (this means more on the owner’s side, because Vizslas like to please). Most of the rehomes we see are because people could not meet these requirements.****

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About Scott of UnderstandingVizslas.com

I have many varied interests. My background is in business, accounting, real estate and entrepreneurship. My wife Angela says at heart I am an entrepreneur and coach. I own three Vizslas: Rosco, Daisy, and Lulu. The picture on my Gravatar is Rosco, our oldest.

Realizing the transition to Vizsla ownership was not an easy one for myself and my wife, I decided to create a Vizsla DVD to help educate potential and current Vizsla owners on tips, tricks, and techniques that work well with our dogs.

I look forward to the day when no Vizsla puppies or adult dogs have to be rescued or given up because people did not have the resources to handle this highly energetic breed.
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6 Responses to Booker (did) need a forever home… HE FOUND IT!

  1. He’s beautiful. I wish I could take him.

  2. Elissa says:

    I would like more information if this dog is still avalible.
    Thanks!

  3. Thanks for all the interest in this guy. He has found a home. If you are interested in adopting a Vizsla, search “vizsla rescue” and the name of your state. We also have some links here… http://www.understandingvizslas.com/links/ Please remember that Vizslas have a high energy level and need to be exercised pretty much daily. They also need to be trained well (this means more on the owner’s side, because Vizslas like to please). Most of the rehomes we see are because people could not meet these requirements.

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