The Seven Most Popular Pitbull Breed Mixes

Pit Bulls are one of the best family and companion dog breeds. As the name suggests, they were originally designed to “bait” bulls before evolving into all-round farm dogs. Today, they are popular as excellent apartment dogs due to their general friendliness towards people. But do not let their small size fool you. Pit Bulls are strong and tenacious, two traits that have made them famous in the sports of weight pulling, obedience, and agility competition. Due to their popularity, breeders have gone an extra mile to create numerous pitbull breed mixes with varying characteristics. If you are planning to get one, a little information may go a long way. Take a look at the seven most popular pitbull breed mixes.

1. Pitweiler

The Pitweiler is a mix between the Rottweiler and the Pit Bull Terrier. She is a large dog that is gifted in agility, competitive obedience, guarding, and tracking. She also goes by the names: Prott, Rottbull, Rottie Pit, RottenPit, American Pitweiler, Bullrott, and Rottweiler Pitbull Mix. She can live for up to 10 to 15 years, and is known to be very strong and dominant. However, she can be loyal and affectionate when well trained. She thrives in attention and her temperament can range from calm to restless in between physical activity sessions. She is great with children, and can serve as a great watch dog. She can also be goofy, which is quite an adorable trait in such a physically imposing dog.

2. Sharpull Terrier

The Sharpull Terrier is a mix between a Pit Bull and a Chinese Shar-Pei. She is a medium to large cross breed with a life expectancy of 10 to 12 years. Sharpull Terriers need early training and socialization, as well as strong leadership to avoid dominance issues. Normally, she is a very loyal and loving dog, especially with the family. She has a strong physique and tends to be very active. She also thrives in plenty of attention from her owner, and can act out when this is not provided. Additionally, she is highly intelligent and very protective, especially against strangers or new people.

3. Labrabull

The Labrabull is a cross between the American Pit Bull Terrier and the Labrador Retriever. She is extremely large with a life expectancy of 10 to 14 years. The Labrabull is sometimes referred to as a Lab Putbull Mix, Pitbull Lab Mix, Labrador-Pit Bull Mix, or a Pitador. She is very talented in such activities as guarding, jogging, agility, watchdog, weight pulling, and herding. Despite her powerful and protective demeanor, she can be very loyal and affectionate. However, she needs early training and socialization to counter aggression problems. She loves to chew, so the owner needs to provide plenty of appropriate things to chew on.

4. German Sheppit

The German Sheppit is a cross between a Pit Bull and a German Shepherd. She is also referred to as a Shepherd Pit, German Sheppit, or German Pit. She is one of the most popular Pitbull mixes, and can live for ten to twelve years. Like her purebred parents, she is rather strong and is often used as a guard dog. On the other hand, she is prone to aggression and therefore requires early training and socialization. In most cases, the German Shepherd Pit Bull Mix is calm and can even be timid with other dogs and people.

5. Pitsky

The Pitsky is a handsome cross between an American Pitbull and a Siberian or Alaskan Husky. She acquires most of her adventurous traits from her parents, making her an excellent hiking companion. They require plenty of exercise and thrive in high energy households. Pitskies have a unique appearance, and every individual is different from the next. They can vary in coat color, hair, and ears, but normally inherit the blue eyes from the Husky parent.

6. Great Danebull

The Great Dane is a large cross between the American Pit Bull Terrier and the Great Dane. She is also known as the Great Danebull, and is officially recognized by the International Designer Canine Registry (IDCR) and the Dog Registry of America (DRA). Despite their ferocious appearance, they are very affectionate and full of energy. Like her parents, the Great Danebull is an alert, sociable, intelligent, sweet-tempered, and endearing dog that is great for the family. It loves to be around people, but can be aloof with strangers. Like most other pitbull mixes, early training and socialization will go a long way. The Great Danebull should not be left alone for a long time, as it is prone to boredom. It has a lifespan of 10 to 15 years, and grow up to 24-30 inches in height.

7. Pitbull Mastiff

The Pitbull Mastiff is a mix between a Pit Bull and a Bullmastif. He has a lifespan of 8 to 12 years, and is very talented in guarding. He is very protective and confident. The Pitbull Mastif is also great with children, as long as you introduce early training and socialization. His looks and temperament can vary significantly, depending on the types of mastiffs or pit bulls used. In a nutshell, this dog requires plenty of work before reaching maturity, but the end results are rewarding.

 

 

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