Puma is in my oppinion one of the most beautiful puppy I have ever had. I just can’t take my eyes off of her. She didn’t seem that appealing as a puppy, but as she matures, she is just turning into a very stocky, well proportioned Wirehaired Vizsla with a lovely coat, color, and temperament.
We went all the way to Belgium to breed Etna with Darko, after we had an unusccessful breeding of Anouk and Darko the autumn before (no pups were born). As Darko was already getting old, this seemed to be our last option to use him as a stud. The breeding resulted in only 4 pups, but 4 very special ones. We kept 2 girls from the litter, Puma and Polka. Polka is trained by Laci, Puma by me.
Etna, the mother of the litter is one of our wonder-dogs, who gained her first CACIT at the age of 15 weeks. We chose Darko as the father, as he was said to have superb working qualities. The breeding exceeded all expectations. Both Puma and Polka worked on pheasant hunts from the young age of 4 months, and their natural abilities amazed us. They hunted independent, found and pointed birds and retrieved them from a very far distance. Keen, fast, brave and passionate. This is how I could describe these two Wirehaired Vizsla pups. And they are blessed with a very fine nose.
Puma was entered to her first show at 7 months of age, and won Best Puppy of Breed.
Puma at 10 months of age passed the VMV in 1st prize (Field and Water Test, that gives an International Work Certificate), and she was the best dog of the day.
This dog is a wonderdog! I am so blessed to have her. Surely you will hear a lot from her!
She passed her health checks with flying colors!!
Before her 2nd Birthday, she passed the NAVHDA Utility Test with max score, in 1st prize, along with Zoldmali Extreme, in New Jersey, USA, qualifying to the 2020 Invitational. Its a big achievement in itself and a big milestone for the wirehaired vizsla breed, as only 4 other Wirehaired Vizslas passed this test so far in 1st prize, out of which 3 are Zoldmalis.
On her first every Field and Water Competition in Hungary (on the CACIT Vasas Memorial in 2020), she won resCACIT, CACT, 2nd place, Best Wirehaired Vizsla out of 27 Continental Pointing Dogs.