It starts with Rosie's story... Rosie was brought to a small town shelter in mid-November 2011 as a very pregnant stray. Lucky for Rosie, June with Idaho Weimaraner rescue wasted no time going to pick her. Having pups in a rural city pound would not have been safe for Rosie or her babies and her Vizsla impersonation was good enough we couldn't turn her away. It was truly a Thanksgiving blessing for Rosie and on Nov 27th she whelped 16 pups. A huge "Thank You" goes to the VizslaTalk community who came together to support Rosie and her pups by giving them names and providing funding for their care. Against all odds, all 16 puppies thrived. Rosie may not have any Vizsla in her but at times we have to make decisions from a distance and we would rather err on the side of taking in a mix than missing a Vizsla in need. For more on Rosie and the original puppy pictures click here.
Nov 2012: Gracie a found a home with boys to keep her busy. Her mom writes that she pulls weeds and helps with baking -- she does it all. She also says she’s doing very well... a teenager with attitude who is very trainable. I actually see her attitude as evidence of her ‘dog-smarts’ as she tries to manipulate a given situation.
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Other pups from this litter are:
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