The Hungarian Vizsla is short, dense and hard to the touch. The coloring has various shades of red-gold, but darker “sand” gold is also acceptable. It is important to pay attention, as some breeders offer dogs with a woolly undercoat, longer than normal coat and with a different color (mahogany red or more opaque yellow), these characteristics are not accepted as a breed standard.
Anyone who wants a dog of this breed as a companion needs to enjoy a more hectic life, as the pet will need a good daily dose of exercise, in addition to long walks. They are dogs that value oral communication, so if this is a nuisance for you (or for your neighbors), better control this habit in the first few months of the animal's life.