Highveld Versatile Hunting Dog Club
Welcome to Highveld VHDC
A key goal of the Highveld Versatile Hunting Dog Club (HVHDC) is to advance the training, breeding, wellbeing, care, general usefulness, and working quality of the versatile hunting dog breeds and to promote their versatility and ethical hunting performance.
The Versatile Hunting Dog is a dog that is bred and trained to dependably hunt and point game, to retrieve on both land and water, and to track wounded game on both land and water.
In South Africa, the most common versatile hunting breeds are the German Shorthaired Pointers (GSP and Kurzhaar), German Wirehaired Pointers (GWP and Drahthaar), Vizslas, Weimaraners, Pointers, Setters and Spinone.
We invite you to explore our website and read more about us, our mission, testing, training and how to become involved.
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SOUTH AFRICAN VERSATILE HUNTING DOG ASSOCIATION
SAVHDA is an Alliance body where Versatile Testing organizations can stay in touch and share resources.
SAVHDA is the strong backbone and foundation of the Highveld Versatile Hunting Dog Club, residing in Gauteng and Versatile Pointing Dog Club, servicing the Western and Eastern Cape.
Visit www.savhda.co.za for training information and other resources.
Kennel Union of South Africa
The Highveld Versatile Hunting Dog Club is a KUSA affiliated club with representation at the KUSA Field Trial Liaison Counsel (FTLC) and Districts of Gauteng & Surrounds Provincial Council (DOGSPC).
Organisation Number 1252