The Vizsla is a beloved canine known for its loyalty and loving nature. However, there are also Vizsla mixed breeds worth checking out.
In fact, there are a ton of Hungarian Vizsla crossbreeds that you can choose as your next pet!
While these Vizsla mixes aren’t necessarily registered as official breeds yet by the American Kennel Club (AKC), they are still worth considering as a beloved addition to your family.
25 Vizsla Mixes
Below are 25 popular Vizsla mixes, along with bits of information about each breed. Each of them is lovely in its unique way and possesses the best traits of its parents.
1. Vizmaraner (Weimaraner & Vizsla Mix)
As the name suggests, a Vizmaraner is a cross between a Vizsla and a Weimaraner. Both the Weimaraner and Vizsla are athletic, short-haired hunting dogs, with Weimaraners being a bit larger than Vizslas.
With that, you can expect a Vizmaraner to have a larger build than a typical Vizsla, but most of the other physical characteristics remain the same. At the same time, colors can be a blend of both the Weimaraner and Vizsla’s coats.
Both Weimaraners and Vizslas are loving, high-energy breeds. Vizmaraners are no exception. Being an affectionate breed, these dogs are also prone to separation anxiety.
The Vizsla Weimaraner mix also tends to become easily bored. So constant mental and physical stimulation is essential for this hybrid to be happy and thriving.
2. German Shepherd Vizsla Mix
This mix is a cross between a Vizsla and the ever-popular shepherd dog, the German Shepherd. They are highly trainable, active, and friendly, making them great companions.
These dogs tend to be larger than Vizslas. They weigh anywhere between 40 and 50 pounds. They also have slightly longer and darker hair than Vizslas. Thus, they can be prone to shedding on hot days.
The German Shepherd Vizsla tends to have a calm and loving personality. With training, they can share spaces with children and other pets — making them great house pets.
This hybrid dog takes after the German’s intelligence, so they are very easy to train. This breed matches best with active, outgoing owners to pair with their activity level.
When it comes to appearance, the German Shepherd Vizsla mix may come in a variety of looks depending on the type of GSD parent.
3. Vizslador or Labrala (Labrador & Vizsla Mix)
The Vizslador or Labrala was bred to become the perfect companion dog. It’s a cross between a Vizsla and Labrador Retriever.
The Vizsla and Labrador Retriever hybrid is larger compared to the Vizsla. It has a short-haired coat that’s low maintenance.
They also take after the colors of a Labrador Retriever, albeit darker and usually reddish than its usual colors due to the Vizsla’s traits.
Vizsla and Labrador mixes are a hyper dog breed, so they’re best for owners with a lot of time for exercise. They also easily get bored, so it’s best to keep them busy. Additionally, the Vizsla Lab mix may adopt the Labrador’s tendency to bark at strangers.
The Vizsla Labrador mixes are intelligent breeds, although their high activity level can become a hindrance during training sessions. This can be remedied, however, by regular obedience training.
Watch this video to see a Vizsla Labrador mix in action:
4. Vizsla Staff (American Staffordshire Terrier & Vizsla Mix)
The Vizsla Staff is a hunting designer dog breed that’s big on loyalty. This mix combines a Vizsla and an American Staffordshire Terrier, which results in an active and intelligent dog that still fits well in spacious homes.
More often, these dogs take after the Bull Terrier’s looks while maintaining the slender body of the Vizsla parent. Usually, they grow just slightly larger and more muscular.
This mix is also a pretty healthy dog with a lifespan similar to its Pitbull parent, the AmStaff. Just be wary of hip dysplasia, bloat, and ear infections.
The Vizsla and American Staffordshire Terrier mix can become destructive when bored. So it’s important to always keep them busy with exercise and some mental stimulation.
They are loyal pups to their owners but also tend to be very territorial. So if it’s a protective canine you’re looking for, this American Staffordshire Terrier mix is a fine choice for a pet and a guard dog.
5. Dachshund Vizsla Mix
This fairly new designer breed is a cross between a Dachshund and a Vizsla. The result is a quirky dog with a unique look. Vizsla Dachshund mixes are medium-sized dogs with odd proportions.
Similar to a Dachshund, the Vizsla Dachshund mix features stubby legs with an elongated body. They typically grow up to 15 inches in height, but for a relatively small dog, they are quite hefty.
They come in a variety of colors that are common to both Vizslas and Dachshunds, including tan, chocolate, and maroon. They can also have either long or short fur, depending on the dominant genes of their parents.
This designer dog is also known to be smarter than other breeds, though they tend to be quite stubborn. They thrive best under authoritative owners who act as pack leaders.
6. Boxer Vizsla Mix
Cross the quirky Boxer and the elegant Vizsla, and the result is this lovable and affectionate designer dog.
The Vizsla Boxer mix is a rather sizable dog that can grow as tall as 25 inches at its shoulder and weigh as much as 70 pounds.
Both parent breeds of this mix are short-haired dogs, so grooming isn’t a problem. Brushing twice to thrice a week is enough for this hybrid.
Boxers tend to be playful and loyal, while Vizslas are known for their very affectionate personality. Its loving nature and tendency to stick to its owner have earned it the title of being a velcro dog.
The Vizsla Boxer mix is highly energetic, has strong hunting instincts, and can learn to be independent. Needless to say, this velcro dog is a fantastic combination of two purebred dogs loved by many.
7. Vizsla Ridgeback (Rhodesian Ridgeback & Vizsla Mix)
The Vizsla Ridgeback is the result of crossing a Rhodesian Ridgeback and a Vizsla. These two breeds share very similar physical characteristics, but what sets them apart is their personalities.
The Rhodesian Ridgeback is more independent than the loving Vizsla. Moreover, Ridgebacks are more welcoming and appreciative of their owner’s attention, but they also enjoy having some time for themselves.
Vizsla Ridgebacks are medium-sized dogs that share the traits of both breeds. They are more affectionate compared to the Ridgeback while maintaining the energetic nature of the Vizsla.
Overall, the Vizsla Ridgeback is an intelligent, easy-to-maintain dog with lots of energy. This affectionate designer dog is perfect for owners with time in their hands for playtime and daily walks.
8. Golden Vizsla (Golden Retriever & Vizsla Mix)
This designer breed is a cross between two exceptional hunting dogs — the Vizsla and the Golden Retriever. The Golden Vizsla is a natural-born hunter. So this breed is perfect for outdoors people as a hunting companion.
Golden Vizslas tend to adopt the body of a Vizsla with the general structure of a Golden Retriever. The result is a golden, medium-sized dog that looks like a thin Golden Retriever.
Golden Vizslas are active and intelligent. However, some owners have reported that they can be stubborn. Fortunately, this can be remedied with consistent obedience training.
These dogs are great house and apartment dogs. All they need to stay happy even in a small space is their daily dose of exercise and training.
9. German Wirehaired Pointing Vizsla (German Wirehaired Pointer & Vizsla Mix)
The German Wirehaired Pointing Vizsla is a combination of two prominent pointer dogs — the German Wirehaired Pointer and the Vizsla.
Wirehaired Vizslas are active breeds that demand tons of exercise. Their demand for activity often overwhelms owners, but it comes with the package of owning a dedicated hunting dog.
They possess muscular, broad bodies and dense fur with a soft undercoat, taken from the German Wirehaired Pointer. They typically weigh anywhere around 45 to 65 pounds and have a height of 21 to 24 inches.
These dogs are great as family pets, they can also be territorial, so they also perform well as watchdogs. They are quick learners, fairly obedient, and very loyal to their owners.
10. Vizslapoo (Poodle & Vizsla Mix)
Vizslapoos are one of the more popular Vizsla mixes. It’s a fairly new mix, only gaining recognition in 2010. This designer dog is a Vizsla and Poodle hybrid.
Vizsla Poodle mixes are large-sized dogs. They typically adopt the colors and patterns of a toy poodle and the body of a Vizsla. They have thick hair as well that’s easy to maintain with weekly brushing.
The Vizsla Poodle mix is intelligent and is a great family pet. However, they can be stubborn, which can be addressed with obedience training from a young age.
They thrive well with a firm and patient owner since it becomes destructive if it feels that their owner is too submissive or if they don’t get enough activities.
11. Beagle Vizsla Mix
The Vizsla Beagle mix is the result of crossing a Beagle with a Vizsla. Both these dogs are hunters, so they have a strong prey drive and a huge supply of energy.
The Vizsla Beagle mix shares the physical qualities of both its parents. They are medium-sized dogs that typically weigh between 35 and 50 pounds and can grow up to 15 inches tall, and resembles a stretched-out Beagle.
This breed has short hair with white and black spots isolated in its chest and body — similar to a Beagle’s. Its short fur is low maintenance requiring minimal brushing.
Vizsla Beagles are natural people pleasers. They are loyal, loving, and hardworking. They crave walks and playtime and can get destructive when they have nothing else to do.
12. Corgi Vizsla Mix
Combine a Corgi and a Vizsla, and you get this unique designer dog. Corgi Vizsla mixes are uncommon, but mixes such as these have been gaining some popularity.
They are essentially Vizslas compressed in Corgi bodies. Similar to the Corgi, it is a short and stocky dog with stubby legs. For its proportions, Corgi Vizsla mixes are quite agile and active.
It inherits its very high energy from the Vizsla’s hunting and work instinct. So they crave mental stimulation and physical exercises to keep them busy.
Corgi Vizsla mixes carry over the loving personalities of both Corgis and Vizslas. So they make great companions anywhere from a house to an apartment.
13. Great Vizsla (Great Dane & Vizsla Mix)
Great Vizslas are what you expect, a cross between a Great Dane and a Vizsla. This particular mixed breed is uncommon, so not much is known about them.
This mixed breed is quite sizable, with some Great Vizslas reported to reach up to 40 inches tall. For its intimidating size, it has a very gentle demeanor.
This designer dog gets along well with its family, including children. And it has a naturally friendly disposition, making them great companions. Their gentle nature also makes them great for homes with other pets.
A breed as large as a Great Vizsla needs to be properly housebroken. Early obedience training and constant conditioning are essential in developing good manners for this designer pooch.
14. Doberman Vizsla (Doberman Pinscher & Vizsla Mix)
The Doberman Vizsla is another rare mix between two working dogs, a Doberman Pinscher and a Vizsla. Both of them are known sporting breeds, resulting in an active pooch with a strong prey drive.
Doberman Vizslas adopt the looks of both parent breeds. It dons a sleek, athletic body shared by both dogs.
Doberman Vizslas also adopt the reddish Vizsla coat while maintaining the light spots commonly seen on the bodies of Dobermans.
This designer pooch is athletic and is excellent as a watchdog. They are also very protective and loyal to their families. They are at their best if they constantly engage in agility training and dog sports.
They thrive well with active owners they can exercise with. Moreover, it’s best to schedule walks and keep them busy.
15. German Shorthaired Pointer Vizsla Mix
This breed is the result of crossing a Vizsla with the German Shorthaired Pointer. These dogs have a strong prey drive, so they crave constant physical and mental stimulation.
Many owners are overwhelmed by this breed’s hyperactivity. These pooches are not an ideal choice for sedentary owners. This mixed breed will become destructive unless their exercise needs are met.
These dogs are ideal companions for hunters. They constantly keep their noses on the ground, sniffing for prey. They are also highly intelligent and capable of following commands easily.
These dogs are known to be very friendly and have an eager-to-please attitude, making them great companions for active families.
16. Sprizsla (English Springer Spaniel & Vizsla Mix)
The Vizsla Springer Spaniel, or Sprizla, is a cross between the English Springer Spaniel and a Vizsla. Similar to the other dogs in this list, it is a cross between two working dogs; thus, they have a high energy level.
As a working dog, Sprizlas need constant play and exercise. They are happiest in homes with tons of space to run, but they can also live in apartments, as long as they regularly exercise.
These are medium-sized dogs that normally weigh 50 to 70 pounds. They can have short or medium-length hair with solid or brindled fur.
This mix is known to be affectionate and loyal, like the Vizsla. They make great family pets and, with obedience training, can be acquainted with small children.
17. Vizsla Mastiff (Mastiff & Vizsla Mix)
Vizsla Mastiffs are a sizable breed as a result of crossing a Mastiff and a Vizsla. Despite their intimidating size, these designer dogs are very even-tempered and docile.
These large dogs possess the proportions of a Vizsla and boast the muscular build of the Mastiff. They also feature cropped ears and domed heads typical of Mastiffs.
Vizsla Mastiffs are active dogs. These designer pooches require exercise and obedience training to housebreak them to manage their size.
They are intimidating yet lovable dogs that make great guard dogs. Moreover, they are courageous and loyal and have a very friendly personality.
18. Border Collie Vizsla Mix
This designer breed is the result of crossing a Border Collie and a Vizsla. Border Collies are among the most intelligent and hyperactive dogs around. Crossed with a Vizsla, you get an incredibly intelligent and energetic dog.
Both these breeds are well-known family dogs. Border Collies and Vizslas are known for their gentle and loving personalities that hold up well in homes with small children.
That said, Vizsla Border Collie mixes get destructive when they’re bored. This breed needs to have an owner that can match its activity level.
On a different note, Vizsla Border Collie mixes take on the long lifespan of the Border Collie, which can reach upwards of 17 years. Interestingly, this dog may also exhibit most of the Border Collie’s colors.
19. Chihuahua Vizsla Mix
This designer Vizsla is a cross between a Vizsla and a Chihuahua. It’s essentially a compact Vizsla born to be a lap or pocket dog. Similar to their parents, these dogs are playful with a slightly aloof nature.
Their small size has also made them very popular among canine circles. After all, these adorable pocket dogs are able to fit into large handbags!
Both its parents are known for their high energy. Surprisingly, Chihuahua Vizsla mixes don’t require as much exercise as their Vizsla parents.
These dogs are generally friendly toward their family. However, they can be aloof with strangers and other animals at times.
20. Greyhound Vizsla Mix
The Greyhound Vizsla Mix is another breed that combines two proficient sporting dogs, the Vizsla and the Greyhound. This cross results in an active, friendly, and well-mannered dog.
This Vizsla mix shares many similar traits with both its parents. They possess slender bodies and short and smooth coats that can either be solid or brindled.
The combination of these two active breeds results in a canine with an equally high demand for exercise. For as long as it meets its exercise needs, Vizsla Greyhound mixes are agreeable, easy-to-manage pets.
As such, they work best with owners with an active lifestyle. When all its physical and mental needs are met, this gentle-natured breed will make a great addition to any family.
21. Transylvizsla Hound (Transylvanian Hound & Vizsla Mix)
The Transylvizsla Hound is one of the rarest hybrid breeds in the United States. This designer breed is a cross between a Vizsla and Transylvanian Hound. The resulting mutt is a loving, independent, and highly athletic dog.
This breed is a medium-sized dog that can grow up to 24 inches tall and weigh as much as 75 pounds. It has a sleek and toned body. They also sport a low-maintenance, smooth, and short double-layer coat.
Transylvizsla Hounds are cautious and require early training and socializing. Families with small children and other pets are best to stay wary of this breed due to this breed’s guarded disposition.
This dog demands a high amount of exercise. It’s ideal to walk the Transylvizsla at least twice a day to meet its exercise needs. And it’s important to practice constant obedience training to keep this pooch agreeable.
22. Vizsla Pin (Miniature Pinscher & Vizsla Mix)
The Vizsla Pin is another compact designer breed featuring the Hungarian sporting dog. This mix is a cross between a Vizsla and a Miniature Pinscher. The result is this small yet spunky and energetic canine.
This pooch is considered a small to medium-sized breed. They typically weigh between 20 and 35 pounds and grow to a height of about 16 to 17 inches.
These dogs are low maintenance with short, fine hair with no undercoat. The Vizsla Pin mix may also have its ears cropped like most Miniature Pinschers.
Like both parent breeds, this canine tends to be well-mannered, intelligent, playful, and active. These dogs are trainable and thrive with active families.
With proper obedience training, their demeanor and size make them great pets for small apartments.
23. Husky Vizsla Mix
The Husky Vizsla mix is the result of crossing a Vizsla with another energetic work dog — the Siberian Husky. As expected, these mutts are extremely energetic dogs that demand a high amount of activity.
This dog boasts an athletic body. It is slender with long limbs. Moreover, this mix can have short and thick or thin fur. Coat colors can span from black and white to red.
Husky Vizsla mixes are medium-sized dogs. They typically grow up to 27 inches tall and weigh as much as 40 to 60 pounds. They have a very muscular build, perfect for dog sports and hunting.
That said, beware that this hybrid dog may exhibit pickiness when it comes to food, just like some Siberian Huskies.
Other than that, the Vizsla Husky mix is an agreeable pooch that’s a great choice for a companion as long as its exercise requirements are met.
24. Rottweiler Vizsla Mix
If you cross a Rottweiler and Vizsla, the resulting pooch is a good-natured, large pooch known as the Vizsla Rottweiler mix.
Rottweilers are sizable, friendly dogs, while Vizslas are affectionate and loyal companions. These canines may have slender bodies, but they tend to be muscular as well.
Like both Vizslas and Rottweilers, they possess short, smooth fur that’s easy to maintain. That said, the Vizsla Rottie mix may also sport a long-haired coat, especially if it has a long-haired Rottweiler parent.
Interestingly, this mix also comes in a smaller variant, which can be achieved by crossing a miniature Rottie and a Vizsla.
25. Vizsla Whip (Whippet & Vizsla Mix)
The Vizsla Whip is another mix featuring the Vizsla crossed with another popular hunting breed, the long-nosed breed known as the Whippet. Both of these breeds are extremely energetic and affectionate.
Due to its nature as a hunting dog, it needs a lot of mental and physical exercise. This breed is best suited for active families, but its timid nature also makes it a great apartment pet.
The Whippet Vizsla is an intelligent and sociable dog that responds well to training. This is a breed that gets bored easily, so they must be kept constantly busy.
They also fare quite well as guard dogs, but they require early socialization and training. Their loving and playful nature makes this breed a very enjoyable and loyal companion for any type of family.
How Much Does a Vizsla Mix Cost? Puppy Prices & Expenses
The price of a Mix is relatively lower compared to a pure Vizsla. Hybrid dogs typically range between $200 and $1,200, depending on your location and the type of mixed breed you’re interested in.
Along with the price, you can expect all the additional expenses typically associated with maintaining a Vizsla.
These expenses include veterinary visits, nutrition, insurance, vaccinations, accessories, toys, and other essentials.
You can refer to the table below for a list of your expected initial expenses with your designer Vizsla:
|Type of Expense||Cost|
|Food and Treats||$80 – $120|
|Food and Water Bowls||$10 – $35|
|Bed||$40 – $200|
|Crate||$50 – $500|
|Leashes and Collars||$15 – $50|
|Toys||$30 – $50|
|Grooming Essentials||$40 – $180|
|Deworming, Flea, and Tick Medications||$50 – $200|
|Initial Vet Visits||$100 – $300|
|Initial Vaccine Shots||$75 – $200|
|Neutering or Spaying||$50 – $500|
|Dog License||$10 – $20|
|Microchip||$40 – $60|
|Miscellaneous Supplies||$15 – $30|
|Total Initial Cost||$605 – $2,445|
The initial costs will vary depending on the size of your dog. Naturally, large-sized Vizsla mixes require larger food portions and bigger beds. This is why their items are priced a bit higher.
Places to Find Vizsla Mix Puppies for Sale and Adoption
Finding Vizsla mixes can be quite challenging — as is the case for most designer dog breeds. It’s good to get connected with possible sources of mixed breed canines.
Here is a list of places where you may be able to find reputable breeders that sell Vizsla mixes:
- Lancaster Puppies – Lancaster Puppies is a classified ads website that features both purebred and crossbred dogs that are available for purchase. New listings are added every day, with some Vizsla mixes being offered for under $500.
- Greenfield Puppies – This is an organization established to connect puppies of all kinds, purebred and mixed breeds, with responsible owners. They have a strict screening process for sellers to discourage the operation of puppy mills and only link you to reputable Vizsla mix breeders.
- Good Dog – Good Dog is another classified ads website for pet buyers and sellers that seeks to connect dogs, including Vizsla mixes for sale, with responsible owners. The organization prides itself on the standards they have set in promoting sustainable and healthy breeding practices.
Since most breeders can be found online, it’s important to be aware of scams and fraudulent transactions that may occur.
Vizsla rescues and pet adoption websites are also reliable sources of Vizsla mixes. Listed below are some of the rescues and websites you can visit to adopt a Vizsla mix:
- New Hope Vizsla Rescue – NHVR is a non-profit rescue group that partners with other shelters and groups to seek out abandoned Vizslas and Vizsla mixes. They require an adoption fee of $100 to $300, depending on the needs or medical expenses required for the rescue.
- Midwest Vizsla Rescue – This is another non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing homeless purebred and crossbred Vizslas. They charge a $375 adoption fee for the costs incurred during the dog’s stay with them.
- PuppyFinder – This is a secure pet search engine designed to link you to various buyers and sellers who offer various pets for sale or rehoming, including Vizslas.
To prepare you for the screening process of these rescues, check out our ultimate guide to pet adoption.
For other resources to find Vizsla purebreds and mixes, check out our list of Vizsla breeders.
Vizslas are an amicable choice for a pet, though it’s great to consider other varieties of this well-loved breed.
Naturally, aspiring dog owners and dog lovers need to be informed about the nature of their dogs of choice.
We hope that this list of 25 Vizsla mixes can help you, as a hopeful owner, to make a more informed choice if you want to own one of these wonderful mixes.
If you have experience owning one of these mixed breeds, or if you are familiar with more Vizsla mixes, share what you know in the comments section below!
My name is John Carter and I absolutely love pets, especially cats and dogs. I’ve got a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Behaviour and Welfare and have several years’ experience working in animal shelters and rescues. My passion for animals started at a very young age as I grow up on a farm with several horses, cows, cats, chickens, and dogs on our property.