The lack of undercoat in the Hungarian Vizsla allows it not to suffer from the heat, but nevertheless, you should not load the dog too intensively in the summer.
Walks should be long, as intense as possible and if the place is safe, free.
The Hungarian vizsla can adapt to city life in an apartment, but still, her ideal environment is the countryside.
In addition, a dog’s rather long ears require regular monitoring and cleaning as needed.
The coat is short, single-layered, and tight to the body. One or two brushings per week with a good brush should be sufficient.