Gunfield Hungarian Vizslas

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BIH Champion Vadaszfai Szipka (Hungarian Import) 

Szipka is a champion Hungarian import from the Vadaszfai kennel.
He has a lovely kind temperament and is keen to please.
He is a good working gundog who has obtained a hunting exam pass in Hungary.
Hi is hip scored HD A, Elbow scored 0, DNA tested  Clear for ECLE, CA, HUU and LH
He is eye tested for Glaucoma (PLA grade 1 tested at 6 years and 2 months of age) and has a current clear eye certificate.

He is available to health tested bitches who have a pedigree that is compatible with his.

COI 5.8%



Pitypang frater of Gunfield (Hungarian Import)

Merlin is from the Pitypang Kennel in Hungary

He has an extremely laid back character, kind and eager to please.
He is now retired from Gundog work but has been a serviceable working dog with great natural hunting and retrieving skills.

He has a hip score of 7/6, Elbow score 0, DNA tested for Clear HUU, CA and LH,  carrier for ECLE

He is eye tested for Glaucoma (PLA 2 Done at 7  years  and 4 months of age) he has a current clear eye certificate.

He is available to health tested bitches who have a pedigree that complements his.



HJ Champion Magasparti rutinos Johnnie Walker (Hungarian Import)

Johnnie has most superb placid laid back loving temperament.

He has completed his Hunting and breeding exams in Hungary with good results.

He has been shown with excellent results gaining his HJCH title.

He has a hip score of HD-A,Elbow score 0, Eyes tested in Hungary and the UK Clear , He is eye tested in the UK for Glaucoma (PLA 0 Done at 3  years of age) DNA tested Clear for ECLE,  HUU, LH and C A 

He is available to health tested bitches who have a pedigree that complements his.

COI 4.4%



Terms of Stud

Our dogs are available for natural matings and by AI, Chilled Semen can be shipped within the UK  to a approved insemination clinic for those who can not travel.
In order to use one of our boys at stud we must check the dog and bitch are compatible and their pedigrees are not too inbred we can do this for you using our own database or you can use  or inbreeding must never exceed 12.5% and significantly lower is preferable the current breed average is 4.2%.

You must also contact your bitches breeder to ensure they are happy for you to breed from your bitch and they approve of the pairing you have chosen.
Your bitch will require hip scoring, elbow scoring and eye testing including Glaucoma, other tests to consider for your bitch are DNA tests for ECLE, Cerebellar Ataxia , HUU and LH, These tests are done with a simple cheek swab at home.

You bitch must be the minimum of two years of age and the maximum of eight years of age at whelping, she must not have whelped a litter within the previous 12 months.

Your bitch must be fit and well with no history of being affected by any immune mediated conditions or seizures in her lifetime, you should ask your bitches breeder for any history of these things in her lineage.

Your bitch must have a suitable temperament for the breed.

We further ask you to commit to placing breeding endorsements upon the registrations of your puppies so you can ensure the same high standards are met should the owners ever want to breed.
You must also be understanding of the commitment, time and cost involved in correctly rearing puppies and vetting future owners and providing owners with ongoing support.

We offer threepossible ways to pay stud fees, we offer a reduced fee payable on the day of mating or a full fee payable upto 35 days post mating following pregnancy diagnoses or the price of a puppy/pick of the litter when the puppies are born, fees can be paid by BAC or cash and receipts are provided.

It is up to Bitch owners to familiarise themselves with current licensing regulations and  if they believe they require a license discuss this with their local authority.


Click here for eye testing clinic list

Click here for DNA Testing

Click here for information on Immune Mediated illnesses 

Kennel club recommended health tests for the Vizsla

Click here for UK Kennel Club health breeding for health conditions with no test available

Click here for Kennel Club general breeding advice