Shedding is completely normal for the Vizsla breed. This dog sheds its coat biannually in the spring and fall. Vizslas have short hair, however, so the shedding is not generally a significant problem as long as the pet is well-groomed.
The Vizsla originally comes from Hungary and is an active breed that loves to hunt with its owner. Perhaps the most notable physical characteristics of this breed are its rust-colored coat and long, floppy ears. Vizslas have a muscular build and typically stand about 21 to 24 inches high. They have an easy-going temperament, accept training well and enjoy being around humans.