Get Involved


(Club Members – Check out our Membership Tab if you are interested in becoming a member to help with rescue)

TCVC Rescue needs foster homes that have Vizsla experience.  The Rescue Coordinator will work with you to ensure you are paired with a rescue that suits your home environment.  It is particularly difficult to find foster homes for older dogs that may require extra attention or dogs that will need surgery and a place to recovery.  Please consider the rewarding experience of fostering a dog in need.


Many times we need transportation assistance.  You could be headed to a dog show, field trial out of state, or even just a family event and we need to send a dog in the same direction – then perhaps you can help?


If you see or hear of a purebred Vizsla in a Minnesota/South Dakota/North Dakota area shelter, please contact us immediately.  We might be able to save a Vizsla that otherwise may be put down, or may be adopted to a home that doesn’t understand the needs of the breed. Please check the websites daily and notify us if you see anything.



Maybe you are unable to adopt a dog that touches you, but you want to help. You can make a donation sponsoring a Vizsla and we will sure your donation is used for their foster care (i.e. vet care, food or transportation). With your donation please indicated which dog you would like to help and we will make that happen. We will send you updates and photos updating you on your sponsored dog.

If you are interested in helping with any of the above rescue needs. Please contact Megan Smith at


Rescue needs donations to continue operating.  If you can donate, please send a check payable to TCVC and mail to our Treasurer at the address below. Please note that although we are a non-profit we are not a 501c3 and therefore donations are not tax deductible.

By mail:

Beth Nash, TCVC Treasurer

TCVC Rescue Committee Donation

11961 Noon Drive

Dayton, MN 55327






Please note that donations to TCVC Rescue are not tax-deductible

All our donations and sponsors are listed in our Monthly Vizsla Voice Newsletter.

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