The owner had to trim the beard and the odd hair on the eyes and cheeks of the soon to be exhibited Vizsla to make the face smooth and match its golden-brown hair. The master should also bathe it, making it shiny and as soft as silk. Vizsla’s ears need to be thoroughly cleaned because that’s what the judges are most concerned about. In addition, we should try to trim the toenails of the Vizsla so that they do not touch the ground. The hair between the toes of the Vizsla should also be trimmed, and a small tuft of hair on the tip of the short tail should be trimmed and gently twisted to make it look natural.
In addition to feeding the Vichyas, you should also provide them with some meat, and to save money, you can also give them some homemade dog food. We may use the following ingredients: Chinese cabbage, potatoes, carrots, diced chicken, some vegetables (any fresh seasonal vegetables will do), and hard-boiled eggs. Owners of Vichyas should cut the cabbages before making their dog food. If they are feeding vichyas, they should cut the vegetables slightly. If they are adult dogs, it doesn't matter. When the water comes to a boil, put the diced chicken in a pot and bring it to a boil. After about 15 minutes, put the cabbage, shredded carrots, diced potatoes, or shredded silk in a pot and bring it to a boil with a little salt.
As the Vizsla ages, its mobility is reduced and it requires less energy, so the owner needs to watch its weight and reduce the amount of feed if necessary to maintain its normal weight. This is especially important for an elderly Vizsla because obesity puts increased pressure on the heart, lungs, muscles, and joints. In general, obese dogs have a relatively short lifespan. So it's important that we keep an eye out for changes in the weight of the Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier.
The owner should take Vizsla out for a regular walk every day, which is a good time to train the dog to urinate and defecate. Because the dog in the process of activity will also want to go to the toilet. Moreover, the dog likes to occupy the territory naturally the disposition, more eagerly longs for the liberation. As long as you can take him out for a regular walk at the same time every day, Vizsla will naturally get used to dealing with his problems outside. Dogs are free to urinate and defecate outside, although convenient, but the most important finishing work must be really done. No matter what method or equipment you use, don’t forget to pick up the poop and take it away after the dog is liberated, leaving a clean road environment for everyone.
If the economy allows, we'd better buy commercially available dog food when we're looking after a Vizsla. Because these foods contain all the nutrients a dog needs, regular feeding is essential for the health and normal development of Irish terriers. In addition, there are many kinds of dog food, including the development of puppies, pregnant and lactation for female dogs, adult dogs, elderly dogs, and other types. These foods can have different nutrients and calories depending on the dog's growth stage and condition. With proper use of dog food, our Vizsla will grow well.