Tzunami is especially kind to our heart, not because of her exceptional conformation- a sight that is really pleasing for the eyes- and because she is perfect for us in every ways, but also because her pedigree contains some very special dogs that are in the center of our hearts (not that the other dogs of ours wouldn’t), like mom Puma, grandma Etna and Anouk. Puma is not producing big litters, so every offspring of hers we treasure. Tzunami is from a litter of 3, with sister Tigris and brother Tibi. All three became exceptional hunting dogs. Tzunami was the smallest in the litter, looked thinner boned than Tigris, yet she turned out the bigger and more robust. So much for predicting, how a puppy will turn out.
True to her name, Tzunami was a wild child, always into every mischief, a really naughty puppy. But than at around 8-9 months of age, in a fortnight she turned into a very co-operative, responsive, hard working great dog. And ever since I enjoy and admire this wonderful girl and her working style. Already in her very first hunting season, when she was 10 months old, she worked like a pro. Very independent but responsive. Great nose, steady pointing and an endless passion to find birds.
Tzunami achieved her Hungarian Champion title is a very short time and is big success in the show ring.
A true Wirehaired Vizsla inside and out, one that we are very proud of.