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Australian Retriever Dog Breed Info: Price, Characteristics, Aggressiveness & Facts

Breed info: The Australian Retriever is a hybrid dog breed of a mix between a Golden Retriever and an Australian Shepherd. The Australian Retriever is



Breed info: The Australian Retriever is a hybrid dog breed of a mix between a Golden Retriever and an Australian Shepherd. The Australian Retriever is not a purebred dog but they are loyal, playful, loves children and quickly bonds with their human family. They tend to be a combination of white, black or brown with individual dogs having different markings.

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Australian Retriever Dog Breed: Price, Characteristics, Aggressiveness & Facts

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