News from CWVRG

Latest News from Colorado/Wyoming Vizsla Rescue Group.

Zip is found!

Posted on December 5, 2014

Read all about Zip's recovery on 9News here. If the link no longer works, you can also read Zip's story here.

Send us a testimonial about your experiences with CWVRG and we will put it up on our website and send you one of our T-shirt as thanks! Go to our Testimonial Page to see what others have written about us.

Come join CWVRG for our 2014 Vizsla-palooza picnic and fundraiser!!

This is our biggest event of the year and everyone and their V's (and other pups) are invited.
Please bring a potluck dish to share.
There will be a silent auction and CWVRG goodies for sale to help raise money to care for our beloved V's!
A great time is had by all.

OK gang. We are looking for donations for the picnic auction. Do you have something to donate, do you own a business, or a crafter/artist that has something to give? All new products/artwork and services are welcome! And share this with anyone that you know who may donate items. If you have something please contact me at We can send you a letter for tax deduction. If you or someone you know would like to donate items for the silent auction please email Dina at

Louisville Dog Park

955 Bella Vista Dr, Louisville, Colorado 80027

at 10:00am - 2:00pm


Check this out!

The PJ Media blog website “Lifestyle Section” is featuring our 2013 Funraising video!

October 7, 2012

We held our 8th Annual Reunion September 18th at the Louisville Community Park. The weather was just perfect, as it usually is for this event. This is a great place to have our reunions. There is a pond area that is gated so your dog won’t run amuck, covered picnic shelters, clean bathrooms, drinking water for the dogs, and beautiful lawn covered grounds. There is also a play area for small children.

Total signed in attendees was 49 and they all brought at least one dog and some more than that. Kudos to Alyssa Krissen and Katie Lloyd, for an excellent job well done. Katie brought Dominick, her new human addition. The dogs had a blast and it was quite a job to get them out of the ponds, they were having so much fun. There were some pretty tired red dogs by the end of the picnic. I am sure they slept very well that night.

It is hard to believe we have been having this reunion for 8 yrs. Please mark your calendars for next year’s event. It is always on the 3rd Sunday in September. I look forward to seeing you next year for our 9th Annual Reunion.