Hungarian Vizsla Welfare Charity

Hungarian Vizsla Welfare Charity
Helping vizsla enjoy a better life

In Memoriam stories

this page is to remember some welfare vizslas that have sadly left us

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    Pippa

    Pippa came in to Welfare at 12 years old – along with her housemate Megan.

    The girls were adopted together by a very special vizsla person. Pippa had a truly wonderful life in her new home. Sadly Pippa died in October 2016 and her adoring owner has sent us this...
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    Mazey

    Mazey and Me by Kathie Ward

    I am a full-time wheelchair user and have been for quite a number of years now. I was in Northallerton, North Yorkshire demonstrating my adapted vehicle when I came across a leaflet for the charity Support Dogs.
    At the time we had two lovely...
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    Fudge

    Fudge came into our lives one December afternoon in 2001. The unfortunate by-product of a marriage break-up, he had not been coping well with his prolonged stay in kennels, so his owners had decided to put him up for adoption for his own good. For this reason, we came to...
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    Chester

    A Tail of Love & Loss

    After waiting about 6 months for Chester to get well and strong enough to be rehomed, here he was, ‘struttin his stuff’ – head held high, sashaying towards me at Inverness railway station – like some fashion model who’d been asked if she’d lost...
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    Barney

    Barney found himself in Welfare looking for a new home –as he was asleep in his bed and a child approached him and Barney –bit the child and understandably the family lost some trust with the pup. A familiar story!!

    New Life:- by his owner
    Barney was a beautiful dog...
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Supporting us

There are several ways you can support the charity, and not just by adopting or fostering a Vizsla.