A Vizsla’s typical gait is an elegant, easy trot, driven by the back legs while the front legs reach forward. On the plain, Vizslas gallop at an even pace, covering a great deal of ground.
About the Wirehaired Vizsla
Vizslas are attached to their owner, conscious of their worth, receptive and easy to train, but don't do well with rough treatment. They maintain contact with their owner, searching with passion and perseverance, employing their excellent nose and perfect pointing skills.
Vizslas are commonly used as therapy dogs thanks to their intelligent and patient nature. That being said, they require a lot of exercise due to their high energy levels. This makes them very well suited to many canine sports.
Source: key facts and characteristics sourced from Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI)