Hungarian Vizsla Welfare Charity

Hungarian Vizsla Welfare Charity
Helping vizsla enjoy a better life

Legacy stories

A collection of stories from our previous website, and the stories of Vizslas we helped over the years.

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    Boris

    We were lucky enough to adopt Boris at the age of just five months. He was a big, bouncy boy and the most wonderful dark russet colour – a much deeper shade than Leo. We brought him home a few months before we lost Leo so the old boy was...
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    Olly

    Olly was loved by his original owners but when their family business took a downturn the husband had to work all hours to try to recover it. There was no time to give Olly the attention he needed and so it was decided that rehoming would be in his best...
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    Bruno

    (Age approx 8yrs in 2011) – Sue Millson’s much loved welfare boy

    As the Welfare Officer I received a phone call from someone in Scotland who had noticed this dog being advertised in a local “Free Paper” ( not unusual these days) and sadly there are so many now we...
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    Chai

    Chai was rescued from a shelter in Spain and brought to England about 2.5 yrs ago by the couple who now have asked us to help find him a new home. When he first arrived in the UK, after 3 yrs of a difficult life in Spain, where for a...
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    Meno

    This page is about the surgery that Meno had as a pup – to correct a congenital deformity of one of his front legs.

    Meno was born with a deformed front right leg, in that the Ulna had not formed properly and the bones became fused at right angles. In...
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Supporting us

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