Differences Between the Vizsla and Weimaraner (Infographic)
The Vizsla and Weimaraner are both Sporting dog breeds, and many similarities exist in their history, function and standards. See the differences with this quick and easy infographic chart.
Dana Massey, Ph.D. Presented by Dogs in Review. |
Posted: July 15, 2014 12 p.m. PST
Weimaraner, left, and Vizsla, right. Photo courtesy Dana Massey, Ph.D.
In the conformation ring, in all the performance areas and at home on the couch, there is an ongoing comparison of the Vizsla to the Weimaraner. They are both Sporting dogs, and many similarities exist in their history, function and standards.
By comparison, the Weimaraner is the larger of the two with more bone, substance and angulation than its counterpart, the Vizsla. A study of comparison photos is a must. It is of the utmost importance to breed type such that neither looks like the other, even though they are both elegant, athletic and balanced dogs.
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Thank you to the Vizsla Club Judges Education Committee for the use of the comparison chart information and to Dr. Sylvia Kerr for providing the information.
From the August 2014 issue of Dogs in Review magazine.
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