How Long Do Aussiedoodles Live For?

How long will an Aussiedoodle live for?

Crossbred animals usually inherit the lifespan of their parents. An Aussiedoodle is a breed of animal that can enjoy a long lifespan if it is cared for properly. With a few health issues and proper care, an Aussiedoodle can enjoy a lifespan of 11 to 14 years, which is a few years shorter than their parents.

This is just the range because no one can determine the specific lifespan of any dog. If you want an Aussiedoodle to live its full life, you must make its health, food, and comfort needs and exercise your priority.

First, What is an Aussiedoodle?

Aussiedoodle, also known as the Aussipoodle or Aussiepoo for short, is one of the cutest and smartest hybrid dog breeds. An Aussiepoo is produced by crossbreeding an Australian Shepherd and a Poodle.

They are always medium-sized, so they don’t occupy a lot of space in a home. Aussiepoodles are slim fluffy dogs with a surprisingly healthy body. They inherit their intellect from their parent breeds, making them intelligent and easy for you to train.

Aussiedoodles are always energetic, so if you want to get one for yourself, it is essential to check if you can keep up with their energy level.

Character and Temperament of an Aussiedoodle.

Aussiedoodles are energetic dogs, and they are always cheerful and enthusiastic. They are intelligent, which means they can easily be trained. Aussiedoodles tend to show love and affection towards their owners and family, and there is a need for them to be indoors always.

They crave extra attention, and you must give them that attention because they become destructive when they are ignored for a long time. Aside from that, they are gentle dogs, a perfect addition to a family with kids.

What Are Some Factors that Can Impact Your Aussiedoodle’s Lifespan?

There is a possibility that Aussiedoodle’s can live to their maximum lifespan. This can only be possible if the owner ensures that they do their part to make this happen. There are a few factors that can impact the lifespan of an Aussiedoodle, and you must take note of them.

The following are a few factors that can impact your Aussiedoodle’s lifespan.

  • Nutrition. Human beings need good nutrition to stay healthy, energetic, and also to help increase their lifespan. It is the same thing for dogs, especially the Aussiedoodle.

    When it comes to feeding an Aussiedoodle, it is not really about the quantity of food, even though that is also important. The main thing is to make sure the food is fresh and high-quality, containing the needed nutrients.

    Dogs who grow without proper nutrition tend to develop certain health conditions like Obesity, which reduces their life span.
  • Genetic Disorders. Crossbreeding an animal can be helpful mainly if the animal retains some of its parents’ positive characteristics. But unfortunately, some animals inherit some genetic disorders from their parents.

    Most Aussiedoodles are healthy, which is excellent, but a few inherit the genetic diseases from their parents. These genetic disorders can sometimes affect the lifespan of an Aussiepoodle.
  • Adequate Exercise. Again, comparing human beings to dogs, human beings need exercise to stay fit. Same for dogs, the Aussiedoodle needs exercise to stay fit and healthy.

    You cannot take a dog to the gym, but there are a few things you can do to make sure your dog exercises to keep it fit. To make sure your Aussiedoodle activities, you can take it along for walks or engage it in fun games that require energy use. You can come up with games for this purpose.
  •  Environmental Factors. Animals get affect a lot by ecological factors, predominantly medium-sized dogs. This means that the smallest ecological factors like pollution and toxins in the environment can significantly affect the Aussiedoodle.

    Since they are always on the ground using their nose to sniff around their surroundings, they get exposed to certain scents, which can be a problem. It is essential to make sure an Aussiepoodle can survive in the environment without having any difficulties.

    I always wondered, when I walked my Doodle if sniffing the lawns (Which have Weed Killer/Fertilizer on them) would be harmful.

I hope you now see what you can do to help your Aussiedoodle live to its maximum lifestyle with the factors mentioned above. To summarize that, you must feed your dog with the proper nutrients in the right quantity.

Ensure you give your dog plenty of exercises using games you think are helpful or taking the dog on regular walks. The last thing to do is taking your dog to the vet regularly for a checkup.

This helps because Aussiedoodles and every dog can develop any condition along the way, which is not noticeable to the owner. Taking the dog to the vet helps to minimize such possibilities.

Health Problems that can impact an Aussiedoodle’s Lifespan.

Like human beings, some diseases or conditions do not affect our lifespan and can be easily managed. But other health problems can affect the lifespan of an Aussiedoodle, which can cause problems if not catered for immediately. 

Some of the health problems that can affect the lifespan of an Aussiedoodle is as follows.

  • Hip Dysplasia. This is a health problem that is usually inherited from parents. This causes the hindlimb to be lame in juvenile dogs. Hip Dysplasia can only be detected using an x-ray, and you can only do this by taking the dog to a vet.

    This condition has no cure, but some treatments can relieve the dog of constant pain. When this condition is not catered for adequately, it can reduce the lifespan of your dog.
  • Cushing’s Disease.  This happens when your dog produces quantities of a hormone called “cortisol” in excess. The use of cortisol helps regulate the dog’s stress level, control its body weight, and even fight infections.

    When an Aussiedoodle produces less or too much of this hormone, it can cause specific problems that can reduce the dog’s lifespan.

Final Thoughts

These are some of the health problems that can worry your dog if not appropriately managed. This can be reduced when you take your dog to the vet regularly for a checkup to detect any unusual problems.

When all this is checked and you do your part as a responsible owner, you can rest assured that your dog will live to its maximum lifespan.


Diane is a lifelong owner of Labs, Retrievers, a Poodle, Labradoodle, and, more recently, a Goldendoodle. She loves dogs and enjoy's taking her Goldendoodle Nala for walks in the woods with her daughters.

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