American Bull Aussie
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Breed group: Type: Hybrid Talent: Herding, Watchdog
Size: Large Weight: 70-120 pounds Fur length: Short Ears: Flappy Fur type: Straight Fur Color: White / Cream
Life Expectancy: About 16 years Rarity: Common Availability: Hard to find Climate: Not good for cold climate.
The American Bull Aussie is a designer dog cross between the American Bulldog and Australian Shepherd. They commonly inherited the coat of their American Bulldog parent. These dog breeds is known to be loyal, courageous, and protective when it comes to their family. They make a great family companion.
The American Bull Aussie commonly come in combinations of solid or varying degrees of white, all shades of brindle, brown, red or tan.
The coat of the American Bull Aussie is short, dense and stiff.
The American Bull Aussie is a loving, energetic, lively, affectionate and charming breed. When it comes to their family, they are protective and loyal. They follow their masters command and loves when they get the attention they wanted. They are not best if left alone on the house for long hours, they might get bored and become destructive. They are good with children and other pets raised with them. They get weary when it comes to strangers and does not easily get attached to them.
This breed sheds little to none. However, giving them occasional brushing of their coat with a firm bristle brush would be good for them. Bathe should be done when necessary, using a mild soap to avoid possible skin irritations and allergies. Early socialization and training for these breeds are also advised.
The American Bull Aussie is a smart and highly intelligent breed. They will require a training with positive reinforcement. A firm hand, gentle, fair, consistent and a lot of patience is recommended. This breed knows how to respond and follow to their master's command.
The American Bull Aussie is a playful, active, energetic and lively breed. This large breed is not suited for apartment dwelling. These breeds are active indoors and will require average exercises, enough to tire them out. They need daily walks, a room to run, a lot outdoor activities and fresh air to keep their body healthy.