7 Responses to Aussiedor

  1. aussiedor lover says:

    my family and I just adopted an 11 week old Aussiedors and lover her to death she is so smart and playful she was perfect for our goldenlab and our 1 year old

  2. Tap says:

    Do you know if they make fair hunting dogs. I’m not looking at using this like I would a hound dog but if she could stir up a deer or point me in the right direction that’d be idle. Also, labs are known for retrieving duck, do you know if this breed will get fowl for you?

  3. Stuart says:

    Are their tails naturally short like in your video? Seems the morons we rescued 2 from the litter, 1 female chocolate (possibly the runt), and 1 male black, they have what appears to be rope marks around the upper section of the tail. Someone said looks like they tried to either shorten them or rip them off.. Both seem smart and are very clingy, to us and each other. Love play fighting and nibbling each other.

    Please get back to me

    Stuart

    • admin says:

      Hi!
      Most Aussiedors come with full, moderately long tails but some may be born with bobbed tails. Moreover, breeders get their Aussiedors’ tails docked by the vet for maintaining good hygiene and avoiding injury while herding.

    • Michele Pohlmann says:

      My aussie/lab mix and his brother were born with bobbed tails. Vet and trainer have verified that this is natural and not surgical.

  4. Diane White says:

    I got my dog from PAWS and he is really aggressive with my Chowbrador. is this normal?

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