Lucky for you, I happen to own a Vizsla nammed Gunner and breed Siberian Huskys. Vizslas are sleek, muscular, medium sized, a hunting dog, and have a rust-gold coat. They are loving, demonstrative, and gentle, willful, distractable, smart, and trainable, My dog, Gunner, is 26 inches at the withers and weighs 60 pounds. Vizslas are prone to hip dysplasia. They can not live in an apartment. They are an entergetic working dog with exellent stamina. Vizslas can live up to 15 years. THey have a smooth, short coat that is easy to keep neat. Siberian Huskys are strong, compact working dogs. THey are gentle, playful, willful, and mischervious. My largest Husky is 23 1/3 inches at the withers and weighs 60 pounds. THey are prone to hip dyslasia, juvienille cataracts, PRA, corneal dystrophy, crystalline corneal opacitie, and ectopy. THe only way you can have a Siberian Husky live in an apartment is if you train them well and exercise them a lot. They need a fair amount of exercise, but should not be exercised to much in warm weather. They can live up to 15 years. Siberian Husky's coats do not require much attention, except during shedding season when they need to be combed with a metal comb.
Vizsla's are wonderful dogs. I also recommend the German Shorthaired Pointer, they are quite similar in body type. I would not recommend either breed though unless you have access to a yard and a LOT of exercise. Its best if you yourself are active and want a companion for hiking, running, etc. Be sure to be honest about your activity level, because these dogs can be very destructive if bored or under-exercised. Also, both these breeds are housedogs and will want to be with you all the time. I would not recoomend one of these dogs if you are not going to be home a lot or if you have issues with the dog on the bed/on the couch/ etc. Other than that they are wonderful, beautiful, affectionate companions!