What we do know about the German Shepherd Aussie is that the breed was developed sometime between the 1990s and 2000s.
The brave and powerful German Shepherd was bred around the 19th century when the German officer Captain Max von Stephanitz sought to create a German herding dog.
Despite their name, Australian Shepherds or Aussies aren’t actually from down under. While the breed was refined in the outback, this purebred got its actual start working the hills and countryside of Europe.
This hybrid is most likely to have a fluffy, plumed tail that can be long or short. This will be dependent on which parent breed they take after.
When it comes to their coat, they generally have a straight to wavy double coat that’s short- to medium-length.