History of the Conestoga Vizsla Club

The Conestoga Vizsla Club was founded in the early 1960s (c. 1963), by a small group of Vizsla enthusiasts in Lancaster, PA. The Club's original focus was field trialing and the first CVC sponsored field trial was held in the late 1960s. The first licensed specialty hosted by the CVC was held in the early 70s.  The header of our website includes a photo of one of our founding members, Del Seelye, handling Dual Champion "Gina" in the field. 

Today, CVC has over 275 members residing throughout the mid-Atlantic region of the United States and beyond. We are committed to promoting the Vizsla as a dual dog, excelling in both the field and show ring. We also support Vizslas in many other areas; including obedience and agility, pet activities, and an active breed rescue program.  In 2013 our club will celebrate it's 50th Anniversary!  Keep a look out for 50th Anniversary Merchandise and celebrations to come!


Coming Soon: "The History of the Conestoga Vizsla Club," an article by Terry Lucas


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