Vizsla Club of the Carolinas
Serving North and South Carolina US and surrounding areas
Our Mission

To provide guidance, assistance, and companionship to Vizsla owners and admirers
who wish to explore and experience the versatile aspects of the Hungarian Vizsla.
Club Profile

The VCC formed in 1999 with a group of Vizsla supporters and owners wanting to encourage AKC exhibiting to include conformation shows, hunting tests and trials, agility, obedience and tracking. We are now licensed to host Conformation Shows,
Hunt Tests & Agility Trials.
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This page was last updated: June 15, 2015
The Breed

The Hungarian or Magyar Vizsla represents one of the best in sporting dogs
and loyal companions and has a strong claim to being one of the smallest of
the all-round pointer-retriever breeds. His size is one of the Vizsla's most
attractive characteristics and through the centuries he has held a unique
position for a sporting dog, that of household companion and family dog.
The Vizsla is not content to be "put in the kennel with the dogs" after the hunt
and only reaches his fullest capacity when he is a member of the family he serves.

July 23-26, 2015 - Carolina Foothills Cluster including four all breed shows and two Vizsla Club of the Carolinas concurrent specialties with Seepstakes! Located at the TD Convention Center in Greenville SC.

Our Friday Breed judge is Jamie Hubbard and the Sweepstakes judge is Meg Farmer.

Our Saturday Breed judge is Stephanie Hedgepath and the Sweepstakes judge is Carol Phelps.

The All-Breed judges are Desmond Murphy, Betty Ann Stenmark, Doug McFarland, Ann Yuhasz.

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