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Are you looking for more information on Pitbull Mixes? We review 30 popular Pitbull hybrids to provide a quick overview for each, helping you find the perfect dog for your family.
The American Pitbull Terrier is a breed long steeped in controversy. Many people are opposed to this breed because of bite statistics. Some Pitbull enthusiasts have bravely defended that these statistics commonly feature dogs labeled as Pitbulls that actually aren’t. Unfortunately, many of these beautiful creatures are euthanized every year because of perceived aggression. If a Pitbull is loved and well-trained, he can be one of the best-behaved dogs out there.
Anyone who has genuinely been close to a Pitbull knows that most are energetic and lovable sweethearts. Still, shelters fill with Pitbulls and Pitbull mixes. Sadly, many of these rescues die. 40% of the 1.2 million dogs euthanized each year are classified as some form of Pitbull mix.
As with all mixed-breed lists, this is not a complete collection. However, we feel it is comprehensive enough to give you a good picture of the mixes you may see in a shelter. These mixes are unique and handsome dogs who have plenty of love to give. By doing your part in providing these pooches a second chance at life, you may help reshape the opinion the world holds of Pitbulls— mixes or not.
1. Pyrenees Pit (Pitbull and Great Pyrenees Mix)
The Pyrenees Pit is a hybrid that is wholly devoted to their family, never hesitating to give them their affection. However, you may find that your Pyrenees Pit needs more socialization than most. They can be wary and defensive against other people and animals, making training them a challenge. Still, they take kindly to children in their family and do whatever it takes to protect them in the face of a perceived threat. Take extra care to supervise these powerful animals. Soon enough, they are well-behaved with an even temper, ready to socialize and explore.
These muscular dogs may be large, but their energy needs aren’t vast. You may find that around an hour of moderate exercise daily is more than enough to keep them satisfied and out of mischief. They enjoy walks as well as hiking; it can be a lot of fun to take this dog out with you on your excursions. The Pyrenees Pit also needs a lot of room to stretch its legs and guard the perimeter of your home. Because of this reason, they fare best in larger homes with fenced-in yards.
2. Pit Pei (Pitbull and Shar-Pei Mix)
Your Pit Pei is usually a good mix of their two parent breeds. Both parents are notorious for being boisterous, and their constant barking can make living in an apartment complex difficult. Owners must take it upon themselves to train their Pit Peis, which may be challenging given their tendency to be headstrong and stubborn. Owners training their Pit Peis must be firm and strict but also patient and willing to provide their dogs with plenty of positive reinforcement. The result is a fiercely loyal dog but may not do well around children and other pets. The Shar-Pei side of your Pit Pei may be very selective of whom they love, usually singling out one human while choosing to tolerate others.
Your Pit Pei is prone to overheating because of their thick coats. Try not to overexert them in the summertime. They don’t have very high energy needs and are content to accompany you on casual walks daily. Despite this, it’s important to ensure they eat the right amount of food and get the exercise they need; Pit Peis are prone to becoming overweight. If you give them enough time outside, these dogs can be happy living in smaller homes and apartments.
3. Chowpit (Pitbull and Chow Chow Mix)
Your Chowpit may very well be an independent soul who is content spending time by themselves. However, they aren’t ones to shy away from excitement, as they can be very playful and enjoy being near their family. They are generally quite friendly and loyal but are more defensive around people they don’t know. They also tend to be impatient around young children, but well-socialized Chowpits can be good at tolerating them. Your Chowpit is a bright dog who easily communicates with you, even though they can’t speak. If you teach them to be obedient at an early age, your Chowpits have no trouble following and trusting you.
Your Chowpit is fond of physical activity, so expect that they love going for a run, as well as hiking and swimming. These activities don’t need to be very strenuous, as Chowpits only have moderate energy needs. They are content living in a smaller space as long as they still get to go outside to have fun. However, as with all dogs, it’s always best to have a yard they can play and relax in.
4. Schpit (Pitbull and Schnauzer Mix)
Your Schpit is one of the more unique dogs on this list. They tend to inherit the stocky bodies of their Pitbull parent, plus the wiry coat of their Schnauzer parent. You can expect these dogs to have many personalities, as both parents are very bold and high-spirited. You should take advantage of this mix’s strong intelligence by training them as soon as you can. You’ll be surprised at all the tricks they can do. However, your Schpit is a very strong-willed dog and can be stubborn. Don’t lose patience; investing time and effort in training and socializing your Schpit makes them better behaved. A well-trained Schpit makes a great family dog.
These dogs need a fair amount of exercise and playtime. Your Schpit needs mental stimulation to prevent themselves from getting bored. A Schpit left to its own devices can be a destructive creature who tears and chews on your possessions when they have nothing better to do. Make sure you go out on daily walks with them and dedicate plenty of time to playing games together.
5. Pitboodle (Pitbull and Poodle Mix)
The Pitboodle is a dog that blends the very best traits of Poodles and Pitbulls. This mix is usually friendly, loyal, sweet, even-tempered, and very intelligent. If given proper socialization and training, they are best suited to being family companions. You’ll find that training your Pitboodle is simple, especially when done while they are puppies. This is not only due to their smarts but also because of their desire to please their owners. They are very mellow dogs that are content spending quiet time in their family’s home. They are eager to give affection and take a quick liking to children and other pets. The Pitbull has protective instincts that the Poodle does not exactly share. In fact, Poodles tend to be shy around strangers and would prefer to retreat rather than engage. As a result, Pitboodles may not make good guard dogs.
Your Pitboodle is a very bright dog who loves doing tricks for you; this is a good way to keep them mentally stimulated. Their exercise needs are moderate, so you won’t need to engage them in vigorous activity. A casual, brisk walk once or twice a day is enough to keep them satisfied. Just be sure to let them play plenty of games with you, as these dogs tend to get bored very easily.
6. Beagle Pit (Pitbull and Beagle Mix)
Your Beagle Pit will most likely be an outgoing sort, with the protective streak of their Pitbull parent and the steadfast loyalty of both. This hybrid tends to be very intelligent and often tries to outsmart their owners. This stubbornness may make them difficult to train, but they should respond well to training if you can keep a hand firm enough to command their attention. Your Beagle Pit does not like being alone, as they are prone to separation anxiety. Not only does this make your dog very sad, but it can also trigger bad behavior like barking, howling, and destroying possessions. They are best suited for families who can attend to their needs throughout the day, even when others are busy.
Your Beagle Pit is a very active creature who can be easily distracted by interesting scents or small animals. Obedience training early on in their lives is a must. Ensure that they are on a leash when you go out for walks with them. They are prone to getting bored, so devise tasks for them to complete and games for you to play together. Having a yard for them to run around in is also important, but be sure the fence is tall and secure, lest they escape by jumping over it or digging under it.
7. Pointerbull (Pitbull and German Shorthaired Pointer Mix)
Your Pointerbull is a natural at hunting, making them especially useful if you enjoy that hobby. Aside from this, they are very active dogs who are diligent workers. Outside of work, they are friendly, loyal dogs who are mild-mannered around family. However, they may be more defensive around strangers and those they deem suspicious. This can make them good guard dogs if they’re adequately trained, but the Pointerbull is pretty mellow in their downtime, which may make training them hard.
Your Pointerbull is a bouncing ball of energy that needs to be reined. They need upwards of 60 hours of exercise every day. Being reasonably intelligent, they can get bored easily, so try not to stick too much to routine. Regular walks are important, but also invest some time into games, hiking, and even swimming. A restless dog is often badly behaved, so expending your Pointerbull’s energy is essential to keeping them laid-back and relaxed.
8. Saint Pitbull (Pitbull and Saint Bernard Mix)
The Saint Pitbull is gloriously, comically large. Expect your big buddy to weigh anywhere between 80 to 160 pounds. They are very strong creatures and can be set to work fairly easily. The Saint Bernard’s nursing dog instinct also makes these dogs a great choice for a family pet. You need to train and socialize them to make sure that they are well-behaved around family members and other pets, though. When trained properly, these dogs are tremendously affectionate and loving.
The Saint Pitbull most likely has lower energy needs than other dogs on this list. They are often more content to nap and relax with their loved ones. However, since big dogs are susceptible to weight gain, owners must ensure they get the right diet. Too many calories and not enough exercise can lead to obesity, which you should avoid at all costs. Despite their laid-back nature, Saint Pitbulls also want to play, so give them a big yard where they can run around and enjoy playtime with those they love.
9. Pitsky (Pitbull and Siberian Husky Mix)
Your Pitsky is a very energetic dog. They are well-suited to work, as their Pitbull lineage was bred for rat baiting and hunting, while Siberian Huskies are known to be powerful sled dogs. Being energetic means that you need to temper this energy to keep them well-behaved when it’s not time to exercise or play. A lot of training and socialization is required to curb overexcitable behavior, but as the Pitskys tend to be very smart, they catch on quickly. These dogs are lovable and loyal and do perfectly in families that are on the go.
Your Pitsky loves running around everywhere they go, as this sates their desire to wander and explore. Take them with you everywhere, from the mountains to the sea, and you’ll surely have fun with your beloved friend. They love excitement and thus enjoy hiking and swimming. When not out on a field trip with your buddy, make sure they go on walks of upwards of 60 minutes every day. This curbs their destructive behavior since this hybrid tends to be easily bored.
10. Goldenbull (Pitbull and Golden Retriever Mix)
The Goldenbull is another active dog on this list, so owners should be prepared to match their Goldenbull’s energy. These dogs need a lot of attention and devotion to their needs, so they may not be the best choice for people who have busier lifestyles. They have intense personalities that make them goofy and lovable. Their tendency to be playful can sometimes go too far, though, so train them to be on their best behavior as soon as you can. Despite this, your Goldenbull is an absolute delight to be around and no doubt becomes your best buddy.
Destructive behavior can be a problem for you and your Goldenbull, so it’s imperative that they are entertained and content. Spending time with them in exercise and playtime can curb this behavior sufficiently. You should devote a good amount of time each day to walking and playing with your dog. Around 60 minutes per day should be enough, but you can always do with a bit more given their high energy needs.
11. Shepherd Pit (Pitbull and German Shepherd Mix)
Shepherd Pits make excellent working dogs, as both parents are diligent and trainable. For this reason, they are a good choice for seeing-eye or therapy companion animals. These dogs are steadfast and loyal; they warm up nicely to their family without too much effort. Training and socializing are as important as always to ensure that they don’t become smart-alecky. Don’t underestimate the intelligence of a Shepherd Pit, as they are all too eager to prove themselves. This can get them into mischief, which is why you must train them to be obedient. They are most content being useful to those they love, so they make great family pets to play an active role in the household.
Your Shepherd Pit is a very active young pup, with their excitability mellowing gradually as they age. They still need a lot of exercise to spend up their energy, or they become prone to frustration and boredom, which leads to tearing up possessions and digging up flower beds. Keeping them occupied with a good amount of exercise each day helps them relax and feel satisfied.
12. French Pitbull (Pitbull and French Mastiff Mix)
The French Pitbull gets its parentage from the Pitbull and the French Mastiff– otherwise known as the Dogue de Bordeaux. The result of this union is often a dog who leads a very family-oriented life. They are loyal to their pack and do most anything to keep them safe. However, since both the French Mastiff and Pitbull are powerful dogs, it’s important to supervise their interactions with children and other pets. You can avoid mishaps by training them while they are young and socializing them properly. The French Mastiff side of your French Pitbull may make training a little more difficult, as they can be stubborn. However, with enough perseverance, you will end up with a steadfast, courageous, and loving dog.
While French Mastiffs don’t particularly need a lot of exercise, you may find that your French Pitbull has greater energy needs than their Dogue parent. Expect that your dog needs 60 to 90 minutes of exercise every day. Due to the level of commitment involved in keeping a French Pitbull, see to it that you have enough time to devote to them before choosing adoption. These dogs are also on the bigger side, and apartment living is too cramped for their liking.
13. Chipit (Pitbull and Chihuahua Mix)
A Chihuahua mix always makes for an interesting hybrid, and the Chipit is no exception. They are a good bit smaller than your typical Pitbull, but their personalities are larger-than-life. Your Chipit is a feisty, spunky creature who demands to have their presence known at all times. They can be very loyal and devoted pets but are prone to irritability, and they do not hesitate to let you know when they are annoyed. You can curb this attitude with strict training, which should help them unwind and mellow down. This is best done when they are young, as younger dogs are more responsive to correction.
The Chipits energy levels may vary. They may take after their Pitbull parent and require lots of exercise, or they may be more like their Chihuahua parent who don’t need as much vigorous activity. Observe your dog and try to see when they start to get bored. This would be a good time to see how much exercise they can handle. Do a bit at a time every day and see how your dog keeps up. Don’t forget to keep a lot of fresh water on hand for when they tire.
14. Labrabull (Pitbull and Labrador Retriever Mix)
The Labrabull is one of the most popular Pitbull mixes, and it may top this list for the most common Pitbull mix. Your Labrabull will inherit the friendliness of a Labrador and the devotion of a Pitbull. This makes them wonderful protectors of the home. They are always up for a cuddle session with those they love but will step between their family and danger if the need arises. They are sweet-natured dogs you are sure to adore, though they may be more aloof around strangers. Typically, they lighten up when they see that their owners trust their guests. It’s still important to socialize and train these dogs to get along with everyone in the household, other pets included.
Your Labrabull is very active and is well-suited for families who love spending time outdoors. They need upwards of 60 minutes of exercise a day, sometimes maxing out at around 90 minutes on very high-energy days. Owners should see to it that they have the time to care for their Labrabull’s needs. Labrabulls also have chewing instincts inherited from their Lab parent, spelling disaster for your belongings when your dog gets too bored. Try to keep them engaged as much as possible with games, walks, and hikes. This mix also tends to be great at swimming, so outings to the lake or beach are very much desired.
15. Pittmaraner (Pitbull and Weimaraner Mix)
Your Pittmaraner undoubtedly is one of the most energetic dogs you will ever meet. This makes them a better choice for more experienced dog owners. While they require a lot of maintenance and attention, you’ll find very soon that your Pittramaner is well worth all the effort. Your dedication to your Pittramaner is given back to you tenfold in the form of their loyalty and unconditional love. They’re not particularly keen about befriending strangers or other pets, but socialization at an early age can be a good solution to this. It’s especially helpful if you have other animals in the house.
You should train your Pittramaner very well, especially to behave on a leash. Otherwise, you may lose control of them on walks as they wander off by themselves. These dogs are certainly adventurous, and you need to match their intensity, or even best it. Since they are very high-energy dogs, they thrive in bigger houses with a yard large enough for their afternoon romps. Just be sure that the fence is secure because this mix is notorious for their escape tactics. You can avoid accidents by taking them out for regular, vigorous exercise of upwards of 60 minutes every day. Playtime is also essential to their satisfaction and mental stimulation. Play games with them often, and if they’re good around other dogs, take them out to the dog park to socialize.
16. Borderbull (Pitbull and Border Collie Mix)
The Borderbull is one of the newer hybrids among the Pitbull mixes, but this doesn’t make them any less interesting. This energetic mix most likely inherits varying traits belonging to the Pitbull and the Border Collie, from the different colored eyes down to the very texture of their fur. Borderbulls are highly intelligent, sociable dogs who might become bored and get into mischief when lonely. They require moderate maintenance because of the Border Collie parent. This makes them a good choice for low-experience dog owners.
Due to the Border Collie parentage, your Borderbull enjoys various physical activities such as running, long walks, and fetch. Since they are energetic, they need ample space to burn off energy, making apartment dwellers less than ideal owners. The Borderbull is good with kids, so parents should feel at ease introducing them to their children with proper supervision. Despite this, early socialization is still recommended for Borderbulls because of their initial wariness with strangers.
17. Pitkita (Pitbull and Akita Mix)
Your Pitkita is a descendent of strong parent dogs. They inherit the independence of an Akita and the intelligence of the Pitbull and would likely be a stubborn hybrid. Since they are rather free-spirited, they need proper training and guidance from a dog trainer to curb their desire for ‘dominance’ with humans and other animals. They also need consistency in their training so they don’t stray. Don’t balk too much at the effort; it’s well worth it, as they are a loyal and obedient mix.
The parents of this mix are both athletic, so it’s no surprise that your Pitkita is strong and muscular. They also require a lot of exercise to regulate their energy — both mental and physical. Daily exercise such as running or hiking is enjoyable for them, and a fenced outdoor space is likely the best choice for your Pitkita. This gives them the option to work out their energy whenever and however they want.
18. Pitweiler (Pitbull and Rottweiler Mix)
The Pitweiler is a hybrid that quickly becomes one of the most loyal members of your family. You might be surprised by the sheer amount of attention and affection they give you. Do not be fooled by the stereotypes. The Pitweiler is a very sensitive and attached dog, often feeling anxious when left alone for too long. They are rather energetic giants, so while they are very patient towards children, they still need to be supervised. This is because your Pitweiler may be very unaware of their strength and size. Early socialization and training are recommended for this mix because they are prone to aggressive behaviors, inherited from their parentage.
Your Pitweiler requires approximately an hour of intense exercise per day so that they can maintain their strong build. The recommended walk mileage for this mix per week is 10 miles to keep them healthy and happy. Some owners choose to equip them with weighted vests for muscle maintenance or to appease their excitable behaviors. Still it is best to consult with a licensed veterinarian before changing their normal routine.
19. Pugbull (Pitbull and Pug Mix)
Your Pugbull is a familial dog– sweet and affectionate towards the family members and often very protective, despite their smaller size. Their loyalty causes them to become wary of strangers, and it often takes time for them to become accustomed to a stranger’s sudden presence. Pugbulls are very sensitive towards the interactions of their family members and would not react kindly towards adults fighting or a parent scolding their child. Since they’re such a protective and loyal hybrid, it’s no surprise that they might step in as the “alpha,” You can mitigate this behavior with proper training and sustaining your role as pack leader.
They are considered to be a moderately active mix, but daily exercise is still recommended for them as they easily gain weight when they are stagnant. Proper exercise not only keeps them healthy but also keeps them from causing trouble. They enjoy a trip to the dog park or a brisk walk with you around the neighborhood. However, since they are brachycephalic, it is best to keep an eye on them to make sure that they don’t overheat or overexert themselves.
20. Doberpit (Pitbull and Doberman Pinscher Mix)
The Doberpit is considered the most intuitive mix on this list, needing consistency and patience from a very loving owner. They are confident and courageous, often found to be sociable and fond of people. However, they still need coaching and practice as pups to easily accept strangers. While they are stubborn, they also respond to their “leader” when given consistent training. Despite their tough persona, they are still known for having gentle hearts– your Doberpit may have the most tender heart of any dog you know. Because of this, the Doberpit makes a great life companion.
This high-energy hybrid needs to be walked two to three times a day. A securely fenced backyard is a great addition to their life as they have the option to easily burn off extra energy in between walks around the neighborhood. Doberpits dislike being left alone for long periods of time, so it’s best if you’re at home often. Better yet, take them with you on your outings. An apartment might be too confining for the Doberpit; they require a spacious environment to keep them happy.
21. Dachshabull (Pitbull and Dachshund Mix)
The Dachshabull or Doxie-Pit is a people-loving dog, always wanting to follow you around and accompany you everywhere. They are very patient with children, often having the energy to run around and play with them. However, it’s also worth noting to supervise these plays to avoid rough play like tail pulling and aggressive snarling. This hybrid is also amiable towards strangers. Still, proper socialization at a young age will ensure that they retain this agreeable nature. Though they are considered to be very laid back, they still need to exercise with moderate to high intensity. The Dachshabull is not for novice dog owners; they need firm training and a lot of patience.
The Dachshabull gets their energy from their Pitbull parent; the Dachshund genes can calm this energy slightly. A fenced backyard or the park is still the recommended place for this hybrid’s vigorous daily activity. If the Dachshabull is getting their recommended amount of exercise, they may be suitable for an apartment. However, beware of leaving them alone because they may develop destructive behaviors. Training for your Dachshabull can be quite difficult since they inherited the stubbornness of their parents. Combining task-oriented training and exercise is more pleasing to them as it feels just like playtime.
22. Jack Pit (Pitbull and Jack Russell Terrier Mix)
Jack Pits are known for their energy and confidence. They are often the adventurous type, facing new challenges head-on. With both parents both loyal and active, they remain fast and reliable like their ancestors. If you enjoy the sport of hunting, this hybrid makes a good addition to your group. Your Jack Pit won’t be too keen on being left alone for long periods of time and may become destructive or very vocal during this period. They don’t do well with toddlers. However, they get along with older children. As long as their needs are understood and met, they become lovable companions.
Due to the hunting history of their parentage, this mix has a high prey drive even if they are raised to be domestic dogs. They see cats as prey unless they are raised together from puppyhood, but the Jack Pit isn’t particularly aggressive towards other dogs. They are easily trained and make for such a sweet and loving companion if given the right outlet.
23. Pitbull Mastiff Mix (Pitbull and English Mastiff Mix)
When looking for a dog to ensure your safety, the Pitbull Mastiff mix surely puts you at ease. They are excellent guard dogs as well as family pets, with their loyalty and their cuddly nature. This hybrid is trustworthy and sweet but serious when working to guard their family members. Their hardworking nature doesn’t let them become stagnant for too long; they’d rather be doing something than nothing at all. Your Pitbull Mastiff mix is obedient and intelligent. However, since they are natural guard dogs, they can be wary of strangers. It is best to carefully introduce guests first to avoid any trouble.
This intelligent hybrid needs both mental and physical activity for a good 60-90 minutes per day– more than most dogs on this list. If they’re not given enough exercise, they become easily bored and may end up developing bad habits such as aggression or chewing on random objects. Despite loving to be around their family, your Pitbull Mastiff mix would be alright if left alone for a certain period of time. This is just as long as they can get enough exercise both mentally and physically.
24. Great Danebull (Pitbull and Great Dane Mix)
Your Great Danebull may look fierce on the outside with their giant stature, but they are quite the gentle and cuddly dog. They are an affectionate hybrid, often becoming a lapdog if their owners’ laps can handle their sheer size. Truthfully, if they don’t receive a fair amount of affection and attention, they may be prone to developing separation anxiety. Their eagerness makes them easily trainable. Despite this, they can still be very protective and vocal if they consider something a threat.
Another great trait is that their gentleness is reserved for humans and extends to animals as well. For this reason, they do well in multi-pet households.
The Great Danebulls need a moderate amount of exercise of around 45 minutes a day. They should not be over-exerted during extreme hot or cold conditions. Additionally, they love to lay around in their home, often favoring warm places near their owners and family members. This mix adapts easily to any environment if you meet their needs for affection and exercise.
25. Aussiebull (Pitbull and Australian Shepherd Mix)
The mix of the Pitbull and Australian Shepherd make for a loving and loyal hybrid called the Aussiebull. In terms of their appearance, there’s no distinct way to tell whether or not they’ll lean more towards their Australian Shepherd half or their Pitbull half. However, the combination of these two makes for a highly energetic hybrid. They do tend to become aggressive, but this is easily curbed with early socialization and consistent training.
Your Aussiebull is very sociable and would prefer running and hiking with you than being left alone to entertain themselves in a large space. This mix needs their daily exercise to burn off their high energy. This is also to keep them from developing destructive behaviors such as chewing or aggression.
26. English Pitbull (Pitbull and English Bulldog Mix)
This English Pitbull comes with a big heart to fit all their new family members. The combination of the English Pitbull’s parents makes for a hybrid with a moderate energy level and easy-going temperament. The parents are patient with children, so the English Pitbull is likely to be a family-loving companion as well. They are very sweet but still need proper training and socialization starting from their puppyhood to ensure they become well-behaved adult dogs.
For your English Pitbull, the most important part of their training is early socialization. This is to avoid possible aggression during their adolescence up to adulthood. They may benefit more from group training to further help them behave around other pets. This hybrid also loves to chew. It’s recommended that they be provided with heavy-duty chew toys to keep them happy and entertained. Otherwise, they might eye your favorite pair of shoes. They need a lot of physical activity and mental stimulation to avoid destructive behaviors when bored.
27. Pitbull Boxer Mix (Pitbull and Boxer Mix)
Taking after their parentage, your Pitbull Boxer Mix is a family-loving and loyal companion– a great addition to your family. They are known to be very protective of children and other family members. However, this hybrid is very powerful and may not know their own strength. You should supervise any and all play with children and toddlers.
Inheriting their parents’ stubbornness, this mix responds best to confident training and positive reinforcement. Training needs to begin from puppyhood, before they become so strong you cannot control them. Early socialization and training also encourages them to grow into confident adults.
Your Pitbull Box mix is a high-energy dog. Two hours of daily and rigorous exercise is needed to keep them happy and healthy. This also ensures that they retain their strong physique. They enjoy brisk walks, running around, playing fetch, and even swimming. This dog is not recommended for apartment living because of their size and high daily exercise needs.
28. Eskimo Pit (Pitbull and American Eskimo Dog Mix)
Your Eskimo Pit truly makes for a loving and intelligent companion. They are generally friendly and loving towards their family members, as well as patient towards children. Still, supervision is recommended as with all breeds and hybrids. They are generally okay with other pets like cats and other dogs but may be prone to chasing smaller pets such as birds or hamsters. Their eagerness to please makes them relatively easy to train as long as you are consistent and confident.
This mix loves to run and play. Daily exercise is required for your Eskimo Pit to avoid boredom and to encourage health and happiness. Their energy level may vary, depending on which parental breed they lean more towards. Generally, frequent walks around the neighborhood or the dog park, with added mental stimulation, are the recommended activity for your Eskimo Pit.
29. Corgi Pit (Pitbull and Welsh Corgi Mix)
This Corgi Pit is impossibly charming and easily becomes your new best friend. Generally fun-loving and playful, this dog loves to be around their family members. However, they can also become highly protective of their family, which makes them great guard dogs as well. Your Corgi Pit extends their friendliness towards other pets, but their high prey drive may be easily triggered by pets who are on the smaller side. Therefore, your Corgi Pit needs to have early training and proper socialization to avoid any problematic behavior. Training for this mix should be fairly easy because of their inherited eagerness from their parents.
Your lively Corgi Pit needs an ample amount of exercise to sate their high energy needs. They love going on walks twice a day with necessary playtimes in between. Due to their energy needs, they cannot be left alone for long periods of time, so it is highly recommended that you arrange for a dog walker when you have a busy schedule. This clever hybrid can also benefit from doing doggy sports, which they master in no time.
30. Aussie Cattle Pitbull (Pitbull and Australian Cattle Dog Mix)
Your Aussie Cattle Pitbull, taking after their parent breeds, loves to work. They are happiest completing tasks for their owners and making themselves useful. This hybrid is very obedient and easy to train due to their easy response and eagerness to please their owners. However, we recommend Aussie Cattle Pitbulls only for those who have already owned dogs before. The Pitbull and Australian Cattle Dog combined to make another great hunting dog, so your Aussie Cattle Pitbull must be supervised when they are with smaller animals. At times, your Aussie Cattle Pitbull may become protective and aggressive. As with all dogs, they need early socialization and confident training to prepare them for adulthood.
This hybrid is very energetic and needs a lot of daily exercise to ensure hat they are the happiest and healthiest versions of themselves. They enjoy various activities such as hiking, swimming, playing fetch, and other sports for canines. Based on their parents’ breeds, the Aussie Cattle Pitbull needs 45-60 minutes of exercise per day, including mental stimulation to suit their high intelligence.
Are You Ready To Adopt A Pit-Mix?
You’ll find your Pittie mix to be completely unique; this is the beauty of adopting a mixed breed dog. These dogs may require some training to teach them to behave, but we are positive that giving your Pitbull mix a second chance at living rewards you with one of the best friends ever.
They can be very protective and likely puts their lives on the line for your safety. Treating them well gives both of you a fun, comfortable, happy life together. Your special, one-of-a-kind buddy is eternally grateful you picked them, and we’re sure you’ll feel the same way about them choosing you.Tagged With: