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Top 10 Australian Shepherd Mix Breeds

Australian Shepherd Mix Breeds

The Australian Shepherd simply as the “Aussie”, is a medium-sized breed of dog that was, despite its name, developed on ranches in the Western United States during the 19th century. It’s have been successfully mixed with a Labradors, Husky, Rottweiler, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Corgi, Poodle, Golden Retriever, Papillon, Boxer, American Eskimo and more.

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10). Australian Shepherd x Siberian Husky = Aussie Siberian

Aussie Siberian

The Aussie Siberian dog breed is Hybrid dog, not a pure dog breed. It’s a cross between an Australian Shepherd and Siberian Husky. Aussie Siberians are highly energetic dogs that can sometimes be aggressive and independent. The Australian Shepherd loves to play and is very active. This dog is alert, cheerful, energetic, friendly, intelligent, loving and loyal.

  • Life Expectancy:  12 to 15 years.
  • Weight: 13 pounds – 17 pounds
  • Height: 19 inches – 25 inches

9). Australian Shepherd x Cavalier King Charles Spaniel = Aussalier

Aussalier

The Aussalier is a hybrid dog breed. A mix of two different breeds, the Australian Shepherd, and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Aussie is good with children and other animals.  The Aussalier is commonly playful, fearless, loyal and loving dog.

  • Life Expectancy:  12 to 15 years.
  • Weight: 13 pounds – 17 pounds
  • Height: 9 inches – 10 inches

8). Australian Shepherd x Pembroke Welch Corgi = Aussie-Corgi

Aussie-Corgi

The Aussie – Corgi is not pure dog breed, It’s a cross between two dogs Australian Shepherd and Pembroke Welsh Corgi. The Aussie – Corgi is good with children and good with other animals. This breed is hyper, loving, affectionate, intelligent, loving and sometimes stubborn. They crave human attention and interaction.

  • Life Expectancy:  12 to 15 years.
  • Weight: 20 pounds – 30 pounds
  • Height: 9 inches – 10 inches

7). Australian Shepherd x Poodle = Aussiedoodle

Aussiedoodle

The Aussiedoodle is a hybrid breed. It’s a cross between two best dog breeds, first is the Australian Shepherd and second is the Poodle. Aussiedoodle dog takes some of the best traits of each dog, the traits inherent come from both their parents. Aussiedoodles are loving children, friendly dogs who are devoted to their families. The Aussiedoodle is known for its sociable and loving nature.

  • Life Expectancy:  10 to 12 years.
  • Weight: 25 pounds – 70 pounds
  • Height: 14 inches – 23 inches

6). Labrador Retriever x Australian Shepherd = Aussiedor

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The Aussiedor dog breed is not a pure dog, it’s a hybrid dog and they cross between two different and most famous dog breeds Labrador Retriever and Australian Shepherd.  The Aussiedor is known for being mellow, intelligent, Gentle and loyal. It’s good with children and other animals. They have the tendency to form close bonds with certain members of the family and cling to their owners.

  • Life Expectancy:  10 to 13 years.
  • Weight: 40 pounds – 80 pounds
  • Height: 18 inches – 25 inches

5). Australian Shepherd x Golden Retriever = Australian Retriever

 Australian Retriever

The Australian Retriever is a not pure dog breed, it’s a hybrid dog. This dog is a mix of two different and most popular purebreds. Like Australian Shepherd and the Golden Retriever. This dog makes a great family dog and medium to a large sized dog that would make a loving, very intelligent, zealous and jolly pet that can steal the heart of the owner and its family.

  • Life Expectancy:  13 to 15 years.
  • Weight: 30 pounds – 60 pounds
  • Height: 28 inches – 30 inches

4). Australian Shepherd x Papillon = Austi-Pap

Austi-Pap

The Austi-Pap is a not pure dog breed, It’s a cross between two dog breeds, one is the Miniature Australian Shepherd and second is the Papillon. Austi-Pap is good with children and other animals. This dog is very intelligent, alert, energetic, friendly, hardy and happy.

  • Life Expectancy:  13 to 15 years.
  • Weight: 7 pounds – 9 pounds
  • Height: 7 inches – 10 inches

3). Bulldog x Australian Shepherd = Bull Aussie

Bull Aussie

The Bull Aussie is a mix breed, a cross between two pure dog breeds. It’s a cross between the Bulldog and Australian Shepherd. Bull Aussie is loyal, courageous, friendly, intelligent and protective of its family.

  • Life Expectancy:  13 to 16 years.
  • Weight: 50 pounds – 65 pounds
  • Height: 19 inches – 25 inches

2). Australian Shepherd x Boxer = Australian Boxherd

Australian Boxherd

An Australian Boxherd is a hybrid dog breed, a cross between two pure dog breeds. It’s a cross between an Australian Shepherd and Boxer dog. The Australian Boxherd is loyal, friendly, courageous and protective with a positive personality. This dog is good with children, protective, making them a popular choice for families.

  • Life Expectancy:  12 to 15 years.
  • Weight: 40 pounds – 70 pounds
  • Height: 53 inches – 60 inches

1). Australian Shepherd x American Eskimo Dog = Australian Eskimo

Australian Eskimo

An Australian Eskimo dog breed is a hybrid dog, not a pure dog breed. It’s a cross between two dog breeds Australian Shepherd and American Eskimo Dog. This breed is known for being affectionate, energetic, and playful, friendly and loving toward the owners. Australian Eskimo is good with children and animals.

  • Life Expectancy:  12 to 15 years.
  • Weight: 35 pounds – 60 pounds
  • Height: 13 inches – 20 inches

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  1. I’m about to adopt a 3 year old Rescue Australian Shepard mix. I’m not sure what he’s mixed with- but from what I do know he’s sweet, lovable and friendly. I just want to give him a good home. Thank-you for the information.

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