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nofishfisherman

New Vizsla Pup

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I brought the new pup home on Saturday morning. His name is Ramzi and he's just over 8 weeks old. He's a lot of fun but also exhausting. Here are some pictures mainly because I like showing him off.

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I'm jealous!! Beautiful pup. Mine just turned 2 and starting to really mello out. That first 1 1/2 was alot work (and fun.) Love the name too. You're making wish for another pup. Good luck.

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Good looking dog! I love Vizslas, but I don't think I could ever keep up with one smile My Dane loves to play with them at the dog park. He slows down, but they never tire out!

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goose, there is one male left from the litter, he could be all yours. grin

Thankfully right now the pup tires out after about an hour or so but even still he is a bundle of energy while he's awake.

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Good looking pup! They are a Hoot

Mine is 8 now. Getting to be about time to get another one. Next winter will be the time I think.

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