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Vizsla Canada “High Flyer” Award

Multi-Champion Recognition Program

This program was created to recognize those Vizslas and their owners who have excelled at a CKC Championship level in more than one discipline. 

To be eligible for recognition by Vizsla Canada as a multi-champion, a Vizsla must earn Canadian Kennel Club championship titles in at least 2 different disciplines.  See the chart below for the disciplines and eligible titles within each discipline.

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Vizsla Canada

Vizslas – Built to Run or to Trot?

by Jayne Coneybeare

Have you sat at the Sporting Group ring and watched pointing breeds on the judge’s request to “take them around”? Did they “wow” you with their tremendous reach and drive at a trot? Were some dogs even moving out ahead of their handlers creating a picture that is more commonly seen in the German Shepherd ring?

Though this movement is eye-catching and “showy” in the ring, is it typical or correct for an upland bird dog? Do the physical characteristics that enable a dog to work for many hours at a gallop influence the way a dog moves at a trot?

Join Vizsla Canada - Apply Today!

What does membership in Vizsla Canada offer? A printed newsletter and great e-news emailed to members that report on Vizsla activities and issues from a coast to coast perspective, plus an opportunity to be involved in national events and issues and unique club offerings which are only available to members.

Application Forms: 

Forms can be completed online, saved as a PDF, and emailed to the Membership Chair Jayne Coneybeare at

The Vizsla in Canada

2008 was an anniversary year for Vizslas in Canada as it was 50 years ago that the Smooth coat was recognized and 30 years ago that the Wire-haired was recognized by the Canadian Kennel Club.



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