Auss-Tzu Breed Appearance
There is no current standard for this particular crossbreed, and there can be a great deal of variation between Auss-Tzus, even within the same litter. They tend to be small dogs, around nine to eleven inches in height and In most cases, the skull is rather broad, and the face has a slightly rounded shape with moderately sized ears that tend to flop forward or to the sides, although some of these dogs have ears that hang down from the side of their heads. They generally have large, rounded eyes with an expressive and alert expression and the majority of Auss-Tzu dogs sport a thick silky coat that can be either straight or wavy and comes in many different colors and patterns. With various shades and patterns of black, brown, tan, gray, and white, their coat can run from medium-length to long and generally requires daily grooming in order to prevent unsightly and uncomfortable tangles and matting.