For training to be effective, start training your Pitbull early. This way, your dog won’t learn any undesirable behaviors. You’ll also need to properly socialize your Pitbull and be consistent during training, but there’s a lot more to training a Pitbull.
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!
The American Staffordshire Terrier is arguably the dog breed that is most commonly mistaken for the Pitbull. The American Bully and Staffordshire Bull Terrier are also often mistaken for Pitbulls.
The most common coat colors of the Pitbull include black and red, combined with white, blue, or black mask and a bonus coat pattern, with the merle pattern being the rarest.
A Pittie mix is any mixed breed dog developed from breeding between an American Pitbull Terrier and a second dog breed.
The Pitweiler is a mix between Rottweilers and Pitbulls with the American Pitbull Terrier being the most commonly used dog breed in this pairing. Due to their confidence and strong distrust towards strangers, Pitweilers are usually kept as working dogs for tasks like personal protection.
A Pit Boodle is a mixed dog breed developed from a Pitbull and any of the three variations of the Poodle breed. The size and temperament you may expect from this mix depend mainly on the type of Poodle used as well as the dominance of genetics. However, Pit Boodles can generally be described as fluffy, mid-sized dogs with friendly personalities and unwavering loyalty.
The Pitbull Mastiff mix is a blanket term used to describe mixed breed dogs developed from a dog in the Mastiff group and one in the Pitbull group. The Mastiff could be an American, English, or Neapolitan variation. On the other hand, the American Bulldog and the American Pitbull Terrier are the most commonly used variations in the pairing on the Pitbull’s side.
The Great Danebull is a mixed breed dog developed from a Great Dane and a Pitbull. Due to the massive size differences, the Great Dane is always chosen to carry and whelp the puppies, while the Pitbull is used as a stud. The aesthetics of the Pitbull Great Dane mix vary depending on genetics. However, the personality is more predictable, with the mix being celebrated for its gentle and loving nature.