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American Bull Aussie

American Bull Aussie

While many of the popular hybrids are small in size, the American bull Aussie proves that large is just as loving when it comes to bigger hybrids. Hybrid dog breeds are created when two different and specific purebreds are crossed. Hybrid dogs have a short history in comparison to many of the world’s purebred dogs. The first hybrids were created during the late 1900s, and most were created in the United States. The American bull Aussie is a hybrid dog that was created by crossing an American bulldog with an Australian shepherd. The American bull Aussie tends to inherit the short coat of the American bulldog.

Breed Characteristics

Origin:United States
Life Span:13-16 Years
Nicknames:No nicknames known.

American Bull Aussie Build Information

The American bull Aussie is a large breed that stands at a height of 18 to 28 inches at the shoulder and weighs between 70 and 120 pounds. The American bull Aussie is covered with a short coat of stiff hairs of white, cream, brown or brindle. The earflaps are short and hang downward, and the tail is long.

Length (Male):19-25 in.
Length (Female):18-20 in.
Weight:> 65 lbs

Behaviour and Personality

Although the American bull Aussie is loyal, courageous and protective of its family, do not expect this breed to be an effective watchdog. The American bull Aussie is not a big barker. This dog loves children and is playful and exuberant. American bull Aussies are affectionate with their family members, and they are relatively easy to train. They are active dogs that require ample space and opportunity to exercise.

Activity Level:Very Active
Affection Level:Very Affectionate
Kid Friendliness:Very Friendly


American bull Aussies need their coats brushed over once a week with a grooming mitt to eliminate dead hairs and redistribute the oils for a healthy sheen. Their ears should be cleaned of debris weekly to reduce the risk for ear infections, and their teeth should be brushed three times a week to prevent periodontal disease.

Colors:Cream, Light Brown, Tan Brindle, White
Grooming:Low Maintenance
Coat Type:Dense

American Bull Aussie Common Health Conditions

American bull Aussies live average lifespans of 16 years. They carry many of the same risks as those of the parent breeds, including hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, cherry eye, entropion and hypothyroidism.

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Breed Talents and Facts

The American bull Aussie originated in the United States. The American bull Aussie is an American bulldog and Australian shepherd cross. The American bull Aussie is an affectionate companion and protective family member. The American bull Aussie stands 18 to 28 inches tall and weighs 70 to 120 pounds. American bull Aussies have moderate energy levels. American bull Aussies require minimal grooming. The average lifespan for an American bull Aussie is 16 years.

Training:Moderately easy to train
Herding Skills:Yes