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2014 Awards Application

The RSVC honors the efforts of its members and dogs for obtaining titles each year. Titles must have been awarded by the American Kennel Club or the Vizsla Club of America. Awards will be presented at the Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet on Saturday, April 18th, 2015 at the Phoenix Country Club. If you are unable to come to the banquet, please make arrangements to have your awards picked up by someone else or pick it up at another club event. Awards will not be mailed.

Applications for awards can be found here


2015 RSVC Awards Banquet

The Rio Salado Vizsla Club 2015 awards banquet, general membership meeting and election of officers will be held Saturday, April 18th, 2015 the Phoenix Country Club

2901 North 7th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85014
(7th St North of Thomas Rd)

Please RSVP by April 13th, 2015

Contact Pam Richards (480) 314-0974 or


Vizsla Fun Day

Please mark your calendars for a great event that we are planning on Saturday, April 11th, 2015.
We are planning a Vizsla Fun Day that will include:
* Versatility testing
* Canine Good Citizen Testing
* Microchipping
* DNA testing
* Lunch
More information and details to come! Mark it on your calendars.
For more information contact
We look forward to seeing you and your vizslas there.

Snake Breaking Clinic

Snake breaking clinics will be held by RSVC members Rick & Debbie Maher.  Please RSVP if interested.
March 28th, Saturday held near  Wickenburg
Fees are as follows:
$40 per dog
$35 for each additional dog if multiple dogs in the household
$20 for retesting any dog(s) we have done before

For exact location and more information see

Rick & Debbie Maher
623-936-7333 Phoenix, AZ


November 2014 RSVC Newsletter

 The November 2014 RSVC Newsletter is available here.

 Archived copies of past newsletters can be found here.

Please enjoy the November issue of the Rio Salado Vizsla Club Newsletter. This month has the results of our club's recent hunt test and field Versatility tests. The winning photos of 2015 RSVC Calendar are also published with information on how to order the calendar in time for the holidays. This month's edition also features a very interesting article titled, "Brain Scans Reveal What Dogs Really Think of Us" as well as two informative articles just in time for the holidays titled, "Pets and Guests - Can They Get Along?" and "Thanksgiving Food Your Pet Should Avoid." Please remember to renew your membership before January 1, 2015.
    Many thanks to everyone who contributed to this month's Newsletter including Mike Dhondt,
Pam Edwards, LindaJean Egbert, Missy Gregory, Debbie Maher, Marge Mehagian, Chris Seaver, and Tracey Sosna as well as everyone who submitted photos and brags to "That's My Vizsla" and "Brags and Cries." Special thanks to my proofreaders who took the time during this busy week to review the Newsletter - Janet Galante, Julie and Paul Holmes, Marge Mehagian, and Jodi Rosenblatt.
    The next issue of the Newsletter will publish the results of CGC tests, Versatility tests in Conformation and Obedience, the February Specialty, and our March Hunt Test. RSVC member Julie Holmes, will also write a column on how to train your Vizsla to do various "tricks." As always, your submissions to "That's My Vizsla" and "Brags and Cries" are welcome any time and may be emailed to me at