Vizsla Studs

  - indicates a dog that requires approval to be used as a stud.  When using these studs, you may have to wait up to 24-hours to breed your bitch.  Dogs open for public stud can be used for breeding right now.

Dog Name SOP Color Owner Stud Fee
GCH CH FG Laird 93.2 Golden Rust Boldre Kennels $100
GCH CH Souwesta Highland Gold 92.9 Golden Rust Souwesta Lee $100
GCH CH AV Highland Fling 92.9 Golden Rust AvonValley $100
GCH CH Souwesta onthe Grapevine 93.2 Golden Rust Souwesta Lee $100
GCH CH Czardas Magic Carpet 93.3 Golden Rust Czardas $100
GCH CH Souwesta Golden Light 93.2 Golden Rust Souwesta Lee $100
GCH CH Souwesta Magic Star 93.9 Golden Rust Souwesta Lee $100
CH AllBlue Magic Glitter 93.1 Golden Rust AllBlue Vizslas $100
CH AllBlue Sparkling Light 93.3 Golden Rust AllBlue Vizslas $100
CH Souwesta the Futures Golden 93.1 Golden Rust Boldre Kennels $100
CH Souwesta Russet Gold 93.3 Golden Rust Souwesta Lee $100
Souwesta Scottish Thistle 93.2 Golden Rust Boldre Kennels $100
AV Demon Gold 93.0 Golden Rust AvonValley $100
Highland Poison 93.1 Golden Rust AvonValley $50
Souwesta Diamond Light 93.0 Golden Rust Souwesta Lee $50
AllBlue Golden Boy 93.2 Golden Rust AllBlue Vizslas $50
AllBlue Magic Scot 93.2 Golden Rust AllBlue Vizslas $50
Forestview Roundabout 93.0 Golden Rust Forestview $50
Poizzons Justice Is Served 93.1 Golden Rust Poizzon $50
Poizzons Inside Job 93.1 Golden Rust Poizzon $50
Souwesta AllThings Gold 93.1 Golden Rust Souwesta Lee $50
Forestview Gold Carpet 92.9 Golden Rust Forestview $50
Forestview Midnight Light 93.1 Golden Rust Forestview $50
Czardas More Magic 93.2 Golden Rust Czardas $25
Czardas Nudge 93.2 Golden Rust Czardas $25
Czardas Boom 93.4 Golden Rust Czardas $25


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