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Aussiechon Breed Information

Charming, clever, affectionate, and playful, the Aussiechon is one of the most popular designer breeds in the United States.  Aussiechons are lively, outgoing, and highly social pups. They are huge fans of dog parks and make fast friends with everyone they meet. With a cheerful nature and an infectious good mood, Aussiechons can light up any room. Aussiechon puppies are fun-loving, cheerful little things. They are fluffy and cuddly; they enjoy playtime and snuggles and are very easy to train.  Aussiechons are adorable and small. They have an average weight between 8 and 20 pounds and an average height between 10 to 18 inches. Aussiechon puppies are a mix between a Miniature Australian Shepherd and a Bichon Frise. 

BREED TYPE / MIX Hybrid / Mini Australian Shepherd crossed with Bichon Frise ENERGY Moderate SHEDDING Minimum TRAINING Responsive TEMPERAMENT Affectionate, Clever, Charming, Playful ADULT WEIGHT 8-20 lbs ADULT HEIGHT 10-18 in LIFE SPAN 12-15 yrs

Aussiechon Characteristics

  • The Aussiechon has a gorgeous, low shedding coat and is considered a hypoallergenic dog
  • Extremely friendly, the Aussiechon is great with children of all ages, other pets, and strangers
  • Aussiechons live longer healthier lives due to hybrid vigor
  • Highly adaptable – the Aussiechon is comfortable in both small city apartments as well as big countryside houses
  • Aussiechons and Aussiechon puppies have a very affectionate nature and a great reputation as therapy dogs
  • Fun and adventurous, Aussiechons are wonderful hiking companions
  • Aussiechon puppies are highly intelligent and easy to train - they have eager-to-please personalities and are excellent companion pets for first-time pet owners
  • The Aussiechon is an easy-going, devoted pup known to adapt well to both active and laid-back lifestyles
  • Sweet, gentle, and playful, the Aussiechon is best suited for families with children of all ages, singles, couples, and seniors
  • The Aussiechons are non-aggressive dogs
  • Although they are not considered overly vocal dogs, the Aussiechons are known to make excellent watchdogs 

Aussiechon Breeders

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Like people, the most critical moments in a puppy's life starts in the beginning. It truly takes a special breeder to assist with nourishing and raising an Aussiechon puppy properly. Only the nation's best Aussiechon breeders can provide the best quality of life. Here at Premier Pups, we work hand-in-hand with our breeders. Providing a safe, natural, comfortable, and healthy environment for the nursing mother and her baby is essential.

The footage produced in our videos is 100% real. We directly take un-staged, unedited, and only authentic scenes at our breeder locations. We only align ourselves with Aussiechon breeders whose standards are much higher than the rest. We spend consistent on-site time with our selected breeders and can undoubtedly say that our puppies come from a caring environment.

Aussiechon Appearance

The Aussiechon is a sweet, adorable little dog with an average weight between 8 to 20 pounds and an average height between 10 to 18 inches.  Cute and cuddly, the Aussiechon has a compact, well-proportioned body, a medium-length muzzle, expressive almond-shaped eyes, a diamond nose, and endearing floppy ears. The Aussiechon eye color may vary from dark brown to black or shades of blue depending on which parent breed the Aussiechon takes after. The Aussiechon sports a soft fluffy coat that can vary from straight to wavy. The Aussiechon coat is low shedding with hypoallergenic qualities and can come in a variety of stunning colors such as white, black, brown, tan, red, apricot, merle, or color combinations with various patterns and markings.  


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Lola aka Anna, a Aussiechon puppy from Norwood, NJ Benji aka Daz, a Aussiechon puppy from Sherman Oaks, CA Minnie aka Kathy, a Aussiechon puppy from Rio Rancho, NM Rhett, a Aussiechon puppy from Bethesda, MD Finn (formerly Austin), a Aussiechon puppy from San Ramon, CA Cosmos Jango (fka Nox), a Aussiechon puppy from Morris county, NJ

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Aussiechon Temperament

The Aussiechon is a fun, happy-go-lucky dog with a knack for stunts and a great love for the outdoors. Entertaining and outgoing, the Aussiechon is known to love the center of attention and to be a show-off when it comes to performing tricks.  The Aussiechon puppies are brilliant little pups. They are quick to pick up on tricks and training commands and they have eager to please personalities. They are curious little inspectors who want to know everything and everyone and they very much enjoy being pampered and cuddled. Aussiechon puppies make the training process an easy and fun activity. The charming little puppies are known to respond well to positive reinforcement and yummy treats.

The Aussiechons have a sweet, playful, and kind nature. They are cuddly, friendly, and affectionate, always anxious to meet new people and make new friends they can play with. Aussiechons are non-aggressive and not overly vocal dogs. They are very friendly with other pets and very gentle around children of all ages.  The Aussiechon is a moderately active and easygoing dog who craves companionship. The Aussiechon and Aussiechon puppy likes to be included in all family activities and is known to enjoy playtime at the dog park, hiking adventures, canine sports, and games. 

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Aussiechon History

The Aussiechon is a cross between a purebred Miniature Australian Shepherd and a purebred Bichon Frise. The Aussiechons are a fairly new, rare, and highly sought-after designer breed that originated in the United States a little over 20 years ago. Aussiechon pups attribute their worldwide popularity to their fun-loving nature, loyalty, brilliant minds, and adorable fluffy looks. As a modern designer breed, the Aussiechon is very young when it comes to breed history.  

To better understand the Aussiechon designer breed, we can take a look back at the history and characteristics of the Australian Shepherd and Bichon Frise parent breeds.  The Australian Shepherd is an athletic, hardworking and versatile dog breed that originated during the 1800s in the United States. It is believed that the breed was developed from Australian Shepherd ancestors – Shepherd-type dogs - that were brought from Australia to the western United States to be used as sheep herding dogs. Upon their arrival, the Australian Shepherds became highly popular among cowboys and rodeo fans and were soon the favorite companion pets in western America. During the 1960’s, Australian Shepherds were bred down in size to a Miniature version making them easier to handle and care for. The Australian Shepherds and Miniature Australian Shepherds are now famous cinematic stars in western movies, champions in the canine sports arena, and greatly loved companion pets around the world.  

The Bichon Frise originated during the 14th century in Tenerife – the largest of the Canary Islands. A dog of royal appearance and attitude, the Bichon Frise has been raised as an adored companion pet in the lap of luxury among the royal families of Spain, Italy, and France. Greatly loved for their gorgeous appearance, the Bichons were often represented in portraits alongside royal figures. The Frise Bichons received their name “Bichon a Poil Frise - Bichon with curly hair” in France in 1933. The Bichon Frise pups attribute their worldwide popularity to their sunny disposition, sweet nature, and cuddly marshmallow looks.  

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Aussie Chon? The Aussie Chon is a designer cross between a Mini Australian Shepherd and a Bichon Frise.

What is the height of an Aussie Chon? The Aussie Chon measures between 10 to 18 inches at the shoulder.

How much does the Aussie Chon weigh? On average the Aussie Chon weighs between 8 to 20 lbs.

What is the lifespan of an Aussie Chon? The average lifespan of an Aussie Chon is between 12 to 15 years.

Is the Aussie Chon hypoallergenic? No dog is truly hypoallergenic, however, it inherits a low shedding coat from its Bichon Frise parent, which makes them a good choice for allergy sufferers.

What is the temperament of an Aussie Chon? The Aussie Chon is an intelligent and friendly breed with high spirits and lots of charm.

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