A mix between a Pitbull and a Poodle is known as a Pit Boodle.
These doggies are very unpredictable when it comes to aesthetics as the Pitbull and Poodle are built very differently.
However, there are a few traits that may be predictable to give you an idea of what to expect from your Boodle puppies. Here are some of the most important of these.
The size of a Pit Boodle varies greatly depending on whether it was a standard, miniature, or toy Poodle that was used in the mix. They can be as small as 30 lbs and less than 15 inches, or as large as 85 lbs and 20 to 25 inches.
This is difficult to predict as the Boodle pup may either take after the Pittie or the Poodle. If they go for the former, they will have a strong, muscular build with a bit of a boxy silhouette.
They are generally proportional in nature but may have slightly shorter legs than other dogs in the medium dog breed category.
On the other hand, if the Boodle takes after the Poodle parent’s build then they will have a leaner form and long, skinny legs.
More often than not, Pit Boodles take after the Poodle’s curly, thick coat. The curls may not be as tight as those of the Poodle parent. In very rare cases, the Pitbull Poodle mix will take after the Pittie’s short, smooth coat.
These coats come in a variety of colors including red, black, brown, or even Brindle or Merle patterns.