The Golden Aussiedoodle is a stark contrast to the Goldendoodle. Because of the introduction of another long-haired breed into the mix, these dogs have noticeably longer coats.
This heavily depends on the size of the Poodle’s genetics. Suppose the Goldendoodle parent is bred from a teacup or miniature.
These dogs take on the unique personality of all parent breeds combined. They are intelligent, easily trained, loyal, and have incredibly high energy levels!
One of the more prominent health issues to be mindful of is the common hip dysplasia found in the Golden Retriever, the Australian Shepherd, and the Poodle.
With the proper diet, exercise, & family environment, there’s no reason the Golden Aussiedoodle can’t live a life well over a decade. On average, you can expect an outlook anywhere between 9 & 12 years.