How Much Does a Vizsla Cost?

The Vizsla dog breed originated from Hungary and is known as a sporting dog.  One of the smallest types of pointer retrievers today, the Vizsla is great for hunting and is known as a loving family companion dog.

The cost of a Vizsla will depend on the age, the breeder selling it, quality, its parents/bloodline, geographical location and what’s included with the adoption.

Vizsla by stroncer, on Flickr
Vizsla” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by  stroncer

How much does a Vizsla cost?

Geographical LocationPrice Listed
Billings, MT$1,000
Boston, MA$1,400
Charleston, SC$850
Cleveland, OH$800
Des Moines, IA$900
Detroit, MI$800
Houston, TX$1,200
Minneapolis, MN$1,200
Mobile, AL$900
Orlando, FL$1,000
San Diego, CA$950
Santa Fe, NM$1,600

What is going to be included?

What are the extra costs?

Tips to know:

How can I save money? 


Advertising Disclosure: This content may include referral links. Please read our disclosure policy for more info.

Null

Average Reported Cost: $0

100 %
0 %
Less Expensive $1 $1.5K $3K $5K $6.5K More Expensive $8k

How much did you spend?

Was it worth it?  

  1. CA (San Diego,  CA) paid $0 and said:

    I think your estimate of $30 per month to take care of the dog is WAY TOO LOW. Any dog owner should expect to pay for a quality, food, toys, kennel, training, vet bills. My estimate is more like this:

    Vet bills $50 (Assumes dog has one major illness every 5 years costing $1,000 plus routine visits.)
    Food $50
    Training, toys, kennel cost when you go on vacations $50

    I personally spend a lot more than this, I think this is about as low as you can really expect. Vizslas chew things up and can also get injured in the field. My Vizsla has had his stomach pumped 6 times and he is only 5 years old. He has been bitten by another dog (needed antibiotics), had to be neutered, had a growth removed, got an infected wound, etc. etc. Vet bills can be SUBSTANTIAL. Do not get a ANY dog unless you can afford $150-250 a month to take care of it. It is a BIG responsibility.

    Was it worth it? Yes

About Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Amazon Affiliate Disclosure | Archives
Copyright © 2010 - 2017 | Proudly affiliated with the T2 Web Network, LLC