Pitbulls are energetic, courageous dogs that are often misunderstood for being dangerous or fierce. But it’s actually the opposite. These intelligent and trainable canines are among the friendliest dog breeds out there. And the same holds true for Pittie mixes!
The Pugbull, a cross between a Pug and a Pitbull, is like a bigger Pug with the bravery of a Pittie. There’s also the affectionate Golden Bull that’s got the DNA of a Golden Retriever and a Pitbull. And don’t forget the fluffy Pitchow (Pitbull and Chow Chow mix) who’s always eager to be your new best friend!
If you are curious about Pitbull mixes, keep reading to learn more about 41 of these amazing pups! Their endearing personalities and adorable looks are sure to win your hearts faster than you can say “Pittie”!
41. Pugbull: Pug + Pitbull
We have the fun-loving, comical Pugbull. This pooch is like a bigger Pug – same wrinkly face, folds on his body, and large eyes. But their muzzles are a bit longer, and they don’t have a squashed face, which is from the Pitbull parent.
Overall, a Pugbull is a healthy mixed breed. They are also sociable and affectionate, so you’ve got a genuine family pet that does well with all types of people.
40. Golden Bull: Golden Retriever + Pitbull
Although not all Golden Bulls have wheaten or golden coats, this Pitbull and Golden Retriever mix remain to be such darlings. Their coats vary in colors, yet these are usually medium-length to long, just like a purebred Golden Retriever.
As both breeds are sociable, expect the Golden Bull to be people-oriented. They are responsive and enjoy spending time with their owners. Training can be tricky but it’s nothing that a first-time owner and experienced ones can never do!
39. Akita Pit: Akita + Pitbull
Unlike the purebred Akita, this Pitbull mix has a leaner and more robust body. Akita Pits inherit the short coats of both parents, which makes these dogs easy to groom. They are medium to large dogs weighing between 30 and 60 lbs.
True to their Akita roots, this mixed breed is especially fond of children. When well-trained and socialized at an early age, they should do very well in any type of household – singles, couples, and families.
38. Labrabull: Labrador + Pitbull
Labrabulls are a mix of the Labrador Retriever and Pitbull Terrier. Depending on which parent’s traits the offspring inherits, Labrabulls may either have a Labrador’s floppy ears and long muzzle or a Pitbull’s stocky build, short muzzle, and half-bent ears.
What’s great about Labrabulls is that they are one of the friendliest Pitbull mixes out there. They enjoy being with people, particularly children. Thus, this pooch is a wonderful family pet that is always ready to please and defend their favorite humans.
37. Bordeaux Pitbull: Bordeaux Mastiff + Pitbull
One look at the Bordeaux Pitbull, and you’ll instantly see its robust, sturdy, and muscular body. After all, this mixed breed comes from parents with powerful bodies – the Bordeaux Mastiff and Pitbull. But what’s unique about them is their wrinkly and loose skin, which they get from their Bordeaux Mastiff parents.
Early training is a must for the Bordeaux Pitbull. They also require consistency and firmness during the training process to overcome their stubbornness. While they love kids, it is best to never leave them unsupervised with your young ones because of how massive these dogs are.
36. Pyrenees Pit: Great Pyrenees + Pitbull
Many Pyrenees Pits have the fluffy coats and broad muzzles of a Pyrenees combined with the huge head and robust build of a Pittie. However, they are smaller than a purebred Pyrenees, yet their faces are very much like a Pitbull.
As these are independent dogs, you should never have any problem leaving them at home while you are away at work. But be sure to train them while still young to eliminate their tendencies to become stubborn.
35. Greybull Pit: Greyhound + Pitbull
Greybull Pits are an elegant combination of the sleek and speedy Greyhound and the short-muzzled Pitbull. They may reach a height of 17 to 30 inches or a weight of 30 to 85 lbs. Their appearances vary depending on the more dominant trait but they usually possess that familiar “hump” Pitties have.
Just like a purebred Greyhound, Greybull Pits easily develop a solid bond with their owners. So, they may suffer from anxiety when left alone for a long period of time. Having another pet in the house to keep him company and entertained while you are away.
34. Border Collie Pit: Border Collie + Pitbull
A fabulous mix of the Border Collie and the Pitbull Terrier, Border Collie Pits are one, fascinating mix! They often have black and white coats like a Border but a bulkier and more muscular body as a Pittie. Since their coats are often medium-length or long, some grooming is necessary for this Pitbull mix.
Border Collies are generally sweet and affectionate mixed breeds. However, they have a tendency to nip, which is why you should never leave your kids with these dogs unsupervised for hours.
33. Cattle Pit: Pit Bull + Australian Cattle Dog
Famous for its speckled coat of brown and white with some black markings, the Cattle Pit is a loyal and friendly pooch. They take after their Aussie Cattle parent’s speckled coats and a Pittie’s robust and powerful body.
If you’re the kind of person who loves physical activity, the Cattle Pit is your new best friend. These dogs have high energy levels, so they will never say no to outdoor adventures and sports.
32. Staffy Pitbull: Staffordshire Bull Terrier + Pitbull
This gentle giant is a mix of the calm and placid Staffordshire Bull Terrier and the powerful Pitbull. These are massive canines that weigh up to 65 lbs and as tall as 22 inches. Their bodies are stocky and large just like both parents. As for their looks, they may either lean more towards a Pittie’s or a Staffy’s appearance. Sometimes a mixture of both.
Generally, this Pitbull mix is loyal to their owners. They need early socialization, however, to do well with other members of the household. And with their intense loyalty combined with their gargantuan physiques, they make amazing guard dogs.
31. Dox Bull: Dachshund + Pitbull
Just like the stubby-legged Dachshund, the Dox Bull has the same short legs but a little taller like a Pitbull. Their bodies are compact and about medium-sized. These canines often come with a black and brown coat, which are signature colors of either parent.
Dox Bulls are spirited and somewhat feisty creatures. They need early training to develop good habits, which will also bring out the very best in them.
30. Springer Pit: Springer Spaniel + Pitbull
Cross a Springer Spaniel and a Pitbull, and you’ll have a medium-sized, powerful canine in brindle, blue, white, or black coats. That’s the Springer Pit for you! They also have strong and sturdy legs and muscular bodies. Their ears are erect and muzzles are short like a Pittie. But their coats are medium-length, which is common among Springer Spaniels.
Springer Pits are people-oriented pups. They also quickly form a close bond with their families. This is why they have a tendency to become depressed or anxious when left alone for an extended period each day.
29. PIt Heeler: Blue Heeler + Pitbull
A designer dog whose parents are the Blue Heeler and the Pitbull, this pooch looks like either parent. They have brindle coats like a Heeler but often in shades of brown with white markings like a Pitbull.
Keep in mind that Pit Heelers have a strong prey drive. They are fond of chasing small animals, so be sure to keep any smaller pets away from these dogs. With firm training, however, they can overcome this tendency.
28. Olde Pit Bulldogge: Old English Bulldog + Pitbull
Compact and sturdy, these are the best words to describe the Olde Pit Bulldogge. This mixed breed is a combination of the Pitbull and Olde English Bulldog. They are about 40 to 80 lbs and can get as tall as 22 inches. These dogs also have short muzzles just like their parents.
Another feature of this Pitbull mix is their short hair. It is often in shades of brown, gray, cream, chocolate, and black. As they have sheer coats, this makes them easy to clean and maintain.
27. Newfoundland Pit: Newfoundland + Pitbull
These massive giants may look intimidating but they are actually gentle and mellow. The Newfoundland Pit is a mix of the Newfoundland and Pitbull breeds. They are big but not as gigantic as their Newfie parent. Their heads are also broad and their muzzles are short.
Newfoundland Pits are mild-tempered creatures. They do well with children but due to their large bodies, it is best to never leave them alone with very young kids.
26. Pocket Pitbull: Patterdale Terrier + Pitbull
Contrary to what their name implies, Pocket Pitbulls are actually medium-sized and not tiny canines. They are a mixture of the Patterdale Terrier and Pitbull breeds. Their muzzles are narrow and the skull is wedge-shaped like a Patterdale’s. But their bodies are bulky with broad jaws as a Pittie.
A striking character of the Pocket Pitbull is its agility. These dogs are quick and athletic, so if you need a sporting companion, this pooch will never say no to any physical activity.
25. Bull Pistiff: Bullmastiff + Pitbull
Another giant Pitbull mix, the Bull Pistiff is the offspring of a Bullmastiff and Pittie. They are large dogs with a short and sheer coat in various colors such as brown, black or tan. Their muzzles are short and oftentimes have loose skin or wrinkles on their faces typical of a Bullmastiff.
As these are energetic dogs, they require regular exercise to stay in shape. Regular walks, agility training, and playtime can help to keep this pooch well-balanced.
24. Pit Pei: Pitbull + Shar Pei
Pit Peis are a wonderful combo of the Pitbull and Shar Pei. They have an abundance of folds all over their faces and bodies as a purebred Shar Pei. These canines are also quite large, often standing at 30 inches.
But do not be deceived by their massive stature. In fact, Pit Peis are sweet and affectionate cuddle bugs
23. Doberman Pit: Doberman Pinscher + Pitbull
A hybrid pooch with the Doberman’s and Pitbull’s genes, the Doberman Pit is a slender, yet muscular canine. They are tall – about 28 inches in height and can weigh up to 80 lbs. Their coats are short and sheer and often in shades of black with brown markings.
These are intelligent and agile dogs that have a strong need for mental stimulation. Early training is a must to maintain a well-balanced temperament. When trained properly, Doberman Pits can be one of the sweetest and friendliest dogs you can ever have.
22. Pitsky: Pitbull + Husky
Sporting those baby blue eyes of a Husky and a Pittie’s stocky body, the Pitsky offers the best of both worlds to their owners. These darling pups are medium-sized canines with well-defined muscles. Their muzzles are often long just like a Husky.
Another feature of the Pitsky is their inherent smarts. These dogs possess inherent intelligence, which makes them quick to pick up new tricks. However, they are also a tad stubborn, which means they are better off with experienced dog owners.
21. Pit Corso: Cane Corso + Pitbull
Pit Corsos are enormous canines weighing about 50 lbs. These dogs have the robust frames of their parents, the Pitbull and Cane Corso. Their faces are often more like a Pittie’s but can also be a mixture of both.
This sporty and energetic mixed breed is a great companion for active fellows. So, if you need a pup that you can take on adventures, the Pit Corso is a great option for you.
20. Corgi Pit: Corgi + Pitbull
Imagine a short-legged Corgi with a stocky and short-muzzled Pitbull, and there’s your Corgi Pit! This mashup of two adorable breeds is quite fascinating. They are quick and nimble, which makes them a bundle of joy to be around with.
But Corgi Pits can be a bit stubborn. So, it takes patience to train these pups to make sure they are always on track.
19. Aussie Bull: Australian Shepherd Dog + Pitbull
A mix of the Australian Shepherd and Pitbull, Aussie Bulls are large dogs with a longer muzzle. They are, however, muscular and robust just like a Pitbull. These canines love activity, and they need to get ample amounts of exercise a day to stay happy and healthy.
As both parents have a high prey drive, it is best to keep them in a fenced area. It is also best to keep young children supervised when playing with an Aussie Bull as their large size and playful nature may be too much for your young ones.
18. Pitweiler: Pitbull + Rottweiler
Pitweilers are your muscular and powerful canines that are a mix of the Pitbull and Rottweiler. They have well-defined muscles and a stocky body. As for their appearance, they resemble both their parents. Although at times, they may lean more toward the parent with a dominant gene.
Because of their massive stature, Pitweilers can exude an air of fierceness. However, they are surprisingly sweet and affectionate, especially once well-trained.
17. Bully Pit: American Bulldog + Pitbull
Another hybrid dog carrying the genes of the American Bulldog and Pitbull, the Bully Pit is a big-sized pooch. They don’t have the same squashed face of a Bully dog, yet they have a short muzzle as a Pitbull.
These dogs are excellent in a number of things such as obedience and agility training, tracking, as well as guarding. Early training is a must to develop better habits in these adorable, powerful pups.
16. Pointer Bull: German Shorthaired Pointer + Pitbull
If what you look for in a Pitbull mix is an energetic and fun companion, then the Pointer Bull is for you. This adorable combo of the Pitbull and German Shorthaired Pointer may seem rather lean but they are nonetheless strong and sturdy!
Pointer Bulls are not gigantic canines. So, even if you have a modest space at home, these fellows should fit right in. Just be sure to keep them in a fenced area because true to its Pitbull nature, this mixed breed has a strong prey drive and loves to chase smaller animals.
15. Beagle Bull: Beagle + Pitbull
Featuring its signature almond-shaped eyes as a Beagle and a well-muscled Pitbull body, the Beagle Bull definitely offers you the best of both worlds. They may lack the floppy ears and have medium-sized droopy ears instead but they are still one of the cutest Pitbull mixes you can find!
Socialization and firm training are important to keep these pups in line. When trained correctly, they enjoy being around people while at the same time protective of their families, just like any Pitbull or Beagle can be.
14. Chipit: Chihuahua + Pitbull
Bigger than a Chihuahua, yet smaller than a Pitbull, a Chipit is a medium-sized pooch that has plenty to offer. These canines have the large ears and apple-shaped face of a Chi but in a more robust body of a Pittie.
As both parents are short-coated, the Chipit also have the same, sheer coat quality. Maintenance and grooming should be easy, so even first-time owners will have an easy time caring for this pup.
13. Saint Pitbull: Saint Bernard + Pitbull
If a massive Pitbull mix is what you want, then the Saint Pitbull won’t disappoint. A cross between the enormous Saint Bernard and a muscular Pitbull, the Saint Pitbull is more of a gentle giant. They can weigh up to 120 lbs and have short muzzles and round, dark eyes.
One other thing to note about the Saint Pitbull – they drool… A lot! So, be sure to get your towel ready to wipe up the drool. Other than that, this pup is absolutely affectionate and loving. A big teddy bear you can snuggle up with.
12. Basset Bull: Basset Hound + Pitbull
Sporting a Basset Hound’s droopy, large ears and a Pitbull’s robust physique, the Basset Bull does look a lot like both parents. These are medium-sized dogs, which are actually not as energetic as the Pittie. So, only minimal exercise should suffice to keep them healthy.
With their naturally mellow nature, Basset Bulls are great for families with kids. They also do well with first-time owners as these dogs are relatively easy to train and respond well to positive reinforcement.
11. Boodle: Pitbull + Poodle
A very unique combination of two well-loved breeds, the Pitbull and Poodle, Boodles are medium-sized, slender pups. They have dense, single coats often in shades of fawn, brindle, tan, white, black, cream, and brown. Their ears are large and floppy as a Poodle and with a sturdy build as a Pittie.
These endearing canines are quite a character. They are lively and feisty, and you can count on them to excel in various activities including agility training, dog sports, and hunting. Boodles can be a little shy toward strangers but hardly ever aggressive.
10. Whippet Pit: Whippet + Pitbull
Take a lean and slender Whippet and a powerful Pittie, and you’ve got a medium-sized, agile Whippet Pit. These dogs also have a longer muzzle, which is obviously from the Whippet parent. But they are a tad more robust just like a Pitbull.
Whippet Pits are a bundle of energy. They love activity and need lots of exercise each day. A brisk walk and some playtime should keep them contented and healthy.
9. Great Danebull: Great Dane + Pitbull
When you cross a leggy Great Dane with a gigantic Pitbull, you’ll get an extra large, hundred-pounder Great Danebull. They come in different colors such as black and white, or sometimes brown with speckles. These pooches are also more slender but with well-defined muscles.
Although these dogs are trainable, they can be slightly stubborn. Thus, it would be best to be firm and consistent with your training to get them to obey your every command.
8. Yorkie Pit: Yorkshire Terrier + Pitbull
Quite a unique-looking Pitbull mix, this small baby is a mixture of the Pitbull and Yorkshire Terrier. However, in terms of looks, this pooch looks a lot more like a Yorkie with its medium-length coat, compact body, and erect ears.
But as for the personality, the Yorkie Pit is a tad like the Pitbull. These dogs are more calm and mellow, but will require early training to overcome signs of aggression.
7. Rhodesian Pit: Rhodesian Ridgeback + Pitbull
Now, this is one bulky and stocky pooch for you! The Rhodesian Pit obviously takes after its stocky Pitbull parent, yet sporting the signature brown coat color of the Rhodesian Ridgeback. They also have a longer muzzle and a broad head that easily reminds one of a purebred Pittie.
As they have a heavier build, these dogs are not very energetic. They are strong, yet they prefer to lounge and relax more than to chase animals. These pups should do well with couples, singles, as well as families.
6. Poxer: Pitbull + Boxer
Poxers are the offspring of a Pitbull and Boxer. They are medium-sized canines, although there are those that can grow quite large. Their faces are more of a Boxer but with the unmistakable powerful body of a Pitbull.
While they may appear fierce and intimidating, Poxers are actually friendly. They adore people but their loyalty is always on their owner. This is why they make great guard dogs and watch dogs.
5. Boston Pit: Boston Terrier + Pitbull
A stunning mix of the Pitbull and Boston Terrier, the Boston Pit is a natural charmer. They are medium-sized with a compact build as a Pitbull and a Boston’s familiar tuxedo-like coat colors. They also have large round eyes and a short muzzle as both parents.
While they may be adaptable pups, they do require some exercise each day. Take them out for a walk and play fetch with these canines to keep them healthy, strong, and well-rounded.
4. Alaskan Pitbull: Alaskan Malamute + Pitbull
The Alaskan Pitbull is a strong and sturdy mixed breed that combines the thicker coat and longer muzzle of an Alaskan and the Pittie’s muscular stature. These are tall pups that grow up to 26 inches in height and about 80 lbs in weight.
If you have to be away from home each day for a few hours, this should not be an issue with an Alaskan Pitbull. They are independent and confident, so they don’t mind being alone from time to time.
3. Pitchow: Pitbull + Chow Chow
Pitchows possess both the traits of their parents. They have a Chow’s blue tongue and fluffy coat, as well as a Pitbull’s half-bent and thick ears. Grooming can be a bit of an issue for first-timers because of the abundant fur that this massive beast has.
Quite friendly and outgoing, Pitchows adore all types of people. However, they prefer to be in a calm environment, which also brings out the gentle pups in them. When exposed to chaos, however, they can become stressed and irritable.
2. Pitmatian: Pitbull + Dalmatian
Imagine a Pittie with black spots like a Dalmatian, and there’s your Pitmatian. This Pitbull mix has a muscular, large body and the long legs of a Dalmatian. They are very easy to maintain because of their short coats that hardly need any serious grooming at all.
But one thing to note about the Pitmatian – it’s not a pup for newbie owners. They can be challenging to train because of their inherent stubborn streak. However, with patience and firm training, you can reel them in and bring out the best in these massive beasts.
1. Perman Bepherd: German Shepherd + Pitbull
A German Shepherd and Pitbull mix, the Perman Bepherd is a loving and loyal big boy. These canines have a short muzzle like a Pitbull and the familiar GSD coat colors of black and tan or black and fawn.
Personality-wise, Permans are super affectionate fellows. They are eager to please their owners, so you should never have a tough time training them. Plus, they are fearless and ready to defend their families at all times, making them outstanding guard dogs.
Are Pitbull Mixes Dangerous? There is nothing dangerous about Pitbull mixes. In fact, the idea that Pitbulls are dangerous is nothing but a myth. In reality, this breed is actually sweet and affectionate. The same is true with Pitbull mixes as the offspring inherits the best traits from their parents.
Are Pitbull Mixes Good Family Dogs? Some Pitbull mixes are excellent family dogs, especially the smaller or medium-sized ones. This includes the Boston Pit, Chipit, Yorkie Pit, and Beagle Pit. These dogs get along with children and their modest sizes makes them safe for youngsters, as long as there is adult supervision at all times.
What Breed Of Pitbull Is Hulk? Hulk is a cross between an American Pitbull Terrier and an American Bulldog. He is still alive and just turned 6 years old in 2020. Hulk the Pitbull is a massive Pitbull mix that weighs 175 lbs… And still growing!