Here at the Vonhuber kennels we always prioritize the physical and emotional welfare of our dogs. And to that end timing the mating correctly is of critical importance.
If you have owned a Hungarian Vizsla up until the point that you are considering breeding from her. (2 Years Plus) Then you will know by now that she is a very majestic sensitive and loyal animal who deserves to be treated in a way that makes her feel safe and secure.
Having been involved with the Vizsla breed now for a considerable time and have had as many as 12 females and five males together at any one time, I have come to understand that some breeders and the traditional ways they use of assessing whether or not a bitch is ready for mating are unreliable at best.
Some breeders will insist on presenting your bitch to their stud dog based on the fact that it has been a certain period of time since she came in to season, or that she may be standing and presenting herself in a way that would suggest that she is ready to be mounted and that the mating can proceed.