It’s no secret, Pit Bulls receive a lot of bad press for being “dangerous dogs.” However, there are so many Pit Bull myths which can be debunked. On the contrary, this super-energetic and affectionate dog breed has earned a well-deserved reputation for its courage.
Whatever the myths and myth-makers may say, Pit Bulls are friendly and outgoing dogs that deserve a loving home. If properly trained and socialized, there’s no reason why they wouldn’t be as loving as any other dog. This is true for Pit Bull mixes too!
There are so many Pit Bulls in the world today, especially in America. For this reason, hybrids that contain part Pit Bull are also widespread. There are plenty of options to choose from. But don’t worry – here are our 31 favorite Pit Bull mixes.
RECOMMENDED: 21 Interesting Mixed Dogs
Table of Contents
- What’s a Pit Bull?
- Best Pit Bull Mixes
- 1. Pit Chow
- 2. Pyrenees Pit
- 3. Springer Pit
- 4. Greybull Pit
- 5. Bordeaux Pitbull
- 6. Akita Pit
- 7. Alaskan Pit Bull
- 8. Shepherd Pit
- 9. Beagle Pit
- 10. Staffy Bull Pit
- 11. Pit Heeler
- 12. Pug Pit
- 13. Border Collie Pit
- 14. Corgi Pit
- 15. Doberman Pit
- 16. Doxie Pit
- 17. Bullypit
- 18. Pit Pei
- 19. Olde Pit Bulldogge
- 20. Bullboxer Pit
- 21. Entlebucher Pit
- 22. Chipit
- 23. Pocket Pitbull
- 24. Labrabull
- 25. Great Danebull
- 26. American Boston Bull Terrier
- 27. Pitweiler
- 28. Pitsky
- 29. Old Anglican Bulldogge
- 30. American Pit Corso
- 31. Pit Bullmastiff
What’s a Pit Bull?
The word “pit bull” doesn’t refer to one dog breed. Rather, it refers to a type of dog (read here) and can be derived from 4 distinct pedigree breeds: an American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier and the American Bulldog.
With that said, Pitbulls are typically medium-sized dogs with muscular bodies. More often than not, they will have cropped ears and can come in a variety of terrier colors. They will be compact and dense, with a powerful yet effortless gait.
I’ve had many many pitbulls, and they are THE SWEETEST. All of them thought they were lap dogs and they were never aggressive to anyone – not even other dogs.– Kmayber (Episode Forums)
Most owners consider their Pit Bulls to be intelligent and friendly, though they can certainly go on their stubborn streaks. But here’s the elephant in the room: there’s a general perception that these dogs are highly aggressive and prone to attacking strangers (or other animals).
There is some merit to this, as Pit Bulls are often on the lists of most dangerous dogs. In fact, they take the number 1 spot for most frequent dog bites. However, this is more likely due to poor training and negligence by the owners rather than the dog itself.
With their strong jaws and strong necks, a Pit bull’s bite can do a lot of damage. And yes, they do top the list for dog bite fatalities. But proper socialization, obedience training, and showering them with love, can transform them into any other loving family companion.
Best Pit Bull Mixes
We list a few of the most interesting Pit bull mixes here. This list could be shorter, but we have narrowed it down to our 31 favorite Pit hybrids. If we’ve missed a mix that deserves to be on this list, let us know in the comments section below!
1. Pit Chow
Parents: Chow Chow x Pit Bull mix
Pit Chows are born from an American Pitbull Terrier and a Chow Chow. Pit Bulls were involved in bull and bear baiting, along with dog fighting before those blood sports were banned. Meanwhile, the Chows are ancient Chinese dogs bred for various work.
Pit Chows, the mix of these two breeds, have a range of appearances as they take after both parents. A Pit Chow can grow to be 17 to 21 inches in height and weigh anywhere from 30 to 70 lbs. However, they can live an astounding 10 – 15 years!
Regarding personality or temperament, there can be a lot of variation as both the Chow and an American Pitbull Terrier have diverse temperaments. Overall, they tend to be sweet dogs that are obedient, though they can be wary of strangers.
2. Pyrenees Pit
Parents: Great Pyrenees x Pit Bull mix
This hybrid of the Great Pyrenees and Pit Bull can take after either parent breeds. However, the Pyrenees Pit is often smaller than the Great Pyrenees, while inheriting the facial traits of the Pit Bull parent. The mix is not something you see every day.
That said, Pyrenees Pits grow to be 21 to 27 inches high and weigh from 60 to 95 lbs. These dogs can have sturdy heads, a solid neck and broad, deep muzzles. Some of the Pyrenees Pits may have single coats, while others may have double coats.
This cross between two powerful canine breeds — both of which have strong natural guarding instincts – is loyal and protective. They’re also likely to inherit the independent nature and the stubbornness from the Pit Bull Terrier side.
3. Springer Pit
Parents: Springer Spaniel x Pit Bull mix
The Springer Pit is a mix of an English Springer Spaniel and an American Pitbull Terrier. They are medium dogs with short to medium-length hair. Springer Pit coats can come in a variety of colors such as black, white, blue, brindle or a combination.
Springer Pits are muscular and compact with strong legs and really strong jaws. They’re high energy dogs and require a lot of physical activity to dissipate all that energy. Plus, they tend to inherit distinctive Pit Bull qualities, such as the face and ears.
However, Springer Pits are smart, easily trained and affectionate. They’re truly people-loving dogs that love human attention. But don’t leave them by themselves for long periods of time, as they can develop anxiety and exhibit destructive behaviors.
4. Greybull Pit
Parents: Greyhound x Pit Bull mix
The Greybull Pit is a splendid combination of the Pit Bull Terrier and the Greyhound. They often have the elongated body of the Greyhound, but with the overall appearance of a Pit Bull. But even so, there’s a lot of room for variation in looks.
Greybull Pits grow to be 17 to 30 inches and weigh 30 to 85 lbs. The wide range in size often depend on which parent they take more from. All we can say is, the Pit Bull side brings in more heft and durability into their frames.
The Greybull Pit should be an integral part of the family and not left alone. In the right loving family, they will provide plenty of entertainment and companionship. But because of their strong prey drive, they’re not recommended for homes with cats.
5. Bordeaux Pitbull
Parents: Bordeaux Mastiff x Pit Bull mix
The Bordeaux Pitbull is a hybrid of an ancient large dog breed, known as the Bordeaux Mastiff, and the Pit Bull. Both parent breeds are known as “molossers,” which are dogs characterized by their strength and solid, sturdy bodies.
However, the two parents vary greatly in looks. While the Pit Bull has tight skin, the Dogue de Bordeaux has wrinkly skin that hangs loose. That said, your Bordeaux Pitbull will likely have skin that is anywhere in between, though they could go either way.
Pit Bulls are deceivingly intelligent and obedient. On the other hand, the Bordeaux may be stubborn in the obedience training department. And because they’re so powerful, their interactions with kids will need to be carefully supervised.
6. Akita Pit
Parents: Akita Inu x Pit Bull mix
The Akita Pit is a cross of the loyal Akita Inu with an equally devoted Pit Bull. So is it really a surprise that you’ll end up with a loving, loyal and courageous dog? With similar traits, the two parents mesh together better than you’d expect.
Akita Pits grow to be 16 to 22 inches in height and weigh 30 to 66 lbs with a similar build to that of the Pit Bull. They will have short, dense fur that lie flat along the dog’s body. But given the parent’s genes, one can expect a muscular, strong and agile dog.
These Pit mixes are surprisingly good with children, thanks to the Akita’s affinity towards kids. In the home, they’re obedient and can be easy to trained with a firm, consistent owner. They have dominant personalities, so pack-leadership is key.
RECOMMENDED: 13 Best Japanese Dog Breeds
7. Alaskan Pit Bull
Parents: Malamute x Pit Bull mix
This mixed breed combines the strength and stamina of the Alaskan Malamute with the Pit Bull Terrier’s loyalty and playfulness. But what makes them even more attractive is that they’re very healthy with few chronic health problems.
Alaskan Pit Bulls can be 16 to 26 inches tall and weigh 60 to 80 lbs. And despite their spitz dog heritage, Alaskan Pit Bulls have a relatively easy-to-maintain coat. However, they’ll likely still end up with double coats, so grooming is needed.
Alaskan Pit Bulls make fine family dogs that are eager for both outdoors activities and calmly lounging on the couch with family members. These dogs are confident, bold and independent. So, be firm and provide them with some alone time.
8. Shepherd Pit
Parents: German Shepherd x Pit Bull mix
The Shepherd Pit is the result of crossbreeding the courageous German Shepherd with a Pit Bull Terrier. Though these hybrids were originally developed in the early 2000’s, they’ve been growing in popularity and it’s easy to see why.
Shepherd Pits combine the intelligence and loyalty of the GSD with the tenacity and fearless-ness of the Pit Bull. On paper, this seems like the recipe for the ultimate guard dogs. And, they really are great watchdogs and guardians.
Because both parent dog breeds have “reputations” for being aggressive, the Shepherd Pit is a dog for experienced owners. They aren’t the most kid-friendly dogs, but do better with older kids. They’ll need a lot of socializing with children around.
RECOMMENDED: 31 German Shepherd Mixes
9. Beagle Pit
Parents: Beagle x Pit Bull mix
The Beagle Pits is the result of crossing a Beagle and Pit Bull Terrier. Though they’re relatively new to the world of designer dogs, they’re quickly gaining momentum due to their sweet temperaments and good looks.
Beagle Pits, having inherited the characteristics of both Beagles and Pit Bulls, are sturdy and somewhat stubborn, medium-sized dog with a no-fuss short coat. However, the Beagle side brings in a more calm and docile touch to this mix.
When they’re playing, Beagle Pits are very energetic with incredible stamina. However, they’re likely to be friendly, loving, playful and protective of their family members. They make top companions but need enough exercise to stay happy.
RECOMMENDED: 30 Bizarre Beagle Mixes
10. Staffy Bull Pit
Parents: Staffordshire x Pit Bull mix
This mix of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier and the American Pit Bull Terrier is the ultimate pit bull hybrid. However, they are rare because they’re mainly products of unintentional crossbreeding. Even so, they make great dogs.
Thanks to both parent breeds, the Staffy Bull Pit is large and stocky. These two parent breeds are more similar than you think. In fact, both the Staffordshire and the APBT can trace their ancestry back to the same old style English Bulldogs.
English Bulldogs were crossbred with Terrier dogs to add qualities such as courage, which made the bull-and-terrier dogs excel at controlling and fighting bulls (often to the death). Today, the Staffy Bull Pit is more about love than fights.
11. Pit Heeler
Parents: Blue Heeler x Pit Bull mix
The Pit Heeler is a designer dog breed developed by crossbreeding an American Pit Bull Terrier with a Blue Heeler – otherwise known as the Australian Cattle Dog. This hybrid inherits all the best qualities of each parent.
From the heeler side, expect the hyper personalities to shine through. While the Pit Bull can be playful, the heeler is hard working. As such, it’s best if you can provide these hybrids with a “job” in the family, such as guarding the home.
Unique hybrid dogs like as Pit Heelers are so new that there simply isn’t enough info available about their behavior, looks, or temperament. However, it’s likely they will have a strong prey drive that needs to be tamed through training and socialization.
RECOMMENDED: 20 Best Blue Heeler Mixes
12. Pug Pit
Parents: Pug x Pit Bull mix
The Pug Pit is not the most obvious (or popular) Pit mix. These unusual hybrids combine the laid-back and silliness of the Pug with the strong American Pit Bull Terrier. It’s likely they will be short and stocky dogs with a dense yet smooth coat.
Despite the Pit Bull genetics, the Pug Pit is surprisingly an adaptable dog. They’re good apartment dogs, but also thrive in a home with a fenced-off yard. And despite being half Pug, Pug Pits need exercise to remain healthy, especially if you live in an apartment.
But if they inherit the Pug’s propensity to be brachycephalic, you’ll need to keep their exercise in check. Still, they are highly intelligent mutts and can be very protective of the family. In other words, they’ll have the territorial instincts of the Pit Bull.
RECOMMENDED: 31 Precious Pug Mixes
13. Border Collie Pit
Parents: Border Collie x Pit Bull mix
This mix of the Border Collie and the American Pit Bull Terrier is a new hybrid. Both parent dog breeds are equally sturdy and healthy, so expect the same for the Border Collie Pit. But since both parents are energetic dogs, they’ll need lots of exercise too!
The Border Collie Pit has all the qualities that make a wonderful family pet: alert, intelligent and loyal with high energy levels. It’s worth noting that Border Collie Pits tend to inherit the moderate levels of “mouthiness” thanks to the Pit side.
They can grow to be 18 to 24 inches tall and weigh 34 to 58 lbs. And although they’re medium-sized mixes, they get along great with kids, but not so much with other dogs. With cats, they can potentially see them as prey too.
RECOMMENDED: 27 Best Border Collie Mixes
14. Corgi Pit
Parents: Corgi x Pit Bull mix
The Corgi Pit is a cross between a Welsh Corgi and the American Pit Bull Terrier. Because both parents have starkly different physical traits, they will vary in size. However, expect them to be 17 to 19 inches tall and weigh 30 to 50 pounds.
Corgi Pits will likely inherit a strong prey drive, in addition to the Corgi’s herding instincts. So, training and socialization is required as early on as possible. Otherwise, it’s likely the dogs may try to nip at your heels or chase down a neighbor’s cat!
These Pit mixes are always cheerful and happy. They can be a little competitive at times, but it’s all in fun spirit. Many owners describe their Corgi Pits as funny dogs with a great sense of humor. But the best part is they don’t bark as much as purebred Corgis!
RECOMMENDED: 32 Cutest Corgi Mixes
15. Doberman Pit
Parents: Doberman x Pit Bull mix
The Doberman Pit is the result of crossbreeding Doberman Pinschers with American Pit Bull Terriers. As a result, the hybrid has the appearance of a Pit Bull Terrier with the body and frame of the Doberman Pinscher. A little intimidating, isn’t it?
Doberman Pits can be a “handful.” So, their owners need to be experienced and willing to be persistent with training.The Doberman Pit is a confident and courageous Pit mix. However, they’re known to be stubborn thanks to the Pit Bull genes.
Doberman Pits are an exceptionally high energy dog breed that require a decent amount of exercise each day. And given their high intelligence, mental stimulation is essential too. That said, you will need to regularly play with them.
RECOMMENDED: 25 Dazzling Doberman Mixes
16. Doxie Pit
Parents: Dachshund x Pit Bull mix
This Pit Bull mix is the product of crossbreeding the Dachshund with the American Pit Bull Terriers. Who in the world thought of this idea? But surprisingly, it works. Though they can have an odd appearance, they’re sweet and docile dogs.
These dogs have inherit the iconic enlarged head of the Pit Bull, but the elongated body of the Doxie. What’s more, the short and stubby legs of the Dachshund is almost always present in these dogs. Not your typical Pit mix, but certainly an interesting sight.
Like with most Pit mixes, these dogs need moderate to high-intensity exercises on a daily basis. As for training, calm and confident training works the best. Both the Doxie and Pit Bull are stubborn dogs, which unfortunately, is common in this hybrid too.
RECOMMENDED: 40 Dashing Dachshund Mixes
Parents: American Bulldog x Pit Bull mix
This crossbreed of the American Bulldog and the American Pit Bull Terrier will grow to be 21 to 25 inches and weigh 40 to 100 lbs. With both parents labeled as “pitbull-type dogs,” the Bullypit is another classic example of a true Pitbull hybrid.
Their coats are short, smooth and glossy. Plus, it can come in almost any terrier-type colors, such as black, white, brown, and chocolate. Bullypits have quite the fearsome look with their large head, short muzzle and large mouth.
But despite their appearances, they are fairly gentle and cuddly with their human family. After all, pit bull dogs are bred for companionship. Still, these dogs need roughly one to two hours of activity each day for maximum happiness.
18. Pit Pei
Parents: Shar Pei x Pit Bull mix
The Pit Pei is the deliberate crossbreeding of the Chinese Shar-Pei with the American Pit Bull Terrier. As unique and attractive as that sounds, this designer dog is relatively new and has been around since just the early 2000’s.
The Shar-Pei Pitbull Terrier inherits its strength from its American Pit Bull Terrier side. On the other hand, the dark eyes, muzzle and wrinkled skin comes from the Shar-Pei. Though the looks can vary quite a bit from dog to dog.
They’re intelligent, but can have an occasional independent or stubborn streak. Despite this, they’re not too hard to train with positive reinforcement and consistency. What’s more, Pit Peis are relatively low maintenance dogs with low shedding.
19. Olde Pit Bulldogge
Parents: Olde English Bulldogge x Pit Bull mix
The Olde Pit Bulldogge is the result of crossbreeding the Olde English Bulldogge with the American Pit Bull Terrier. They grow to be 17 to 22 inches tall and weigh between 40 and 80 lbs with all the appealing qualities of each parent breed intact.
These unique Pit mixes have short and straight coats that come in black, white, gray, brown, chocolate, cream or a combination of those colors. What’s great is they’re easy to maintain, needing only moderate bathing and grooming maintenance.
Olde Pit Bulldogges tend to inherit the courageousness and alertness from both parents, thus making them very good watchdogs for loving families. From the Shar Pei side, expect them to be independent and reserved with the unfamiliar.
20. Bullboxer Pit
Parents: Boxer x Pit Bull mix
The Bullboxer Pit is a designer dog, combining the Boxer and the Pit Bull Terrier. Though they only grow up to 16 to 20 inches tall, they can weigh 50 to 80 lbs. They’re densely muscled dogs with a single layer of a smooth, slick coat.
Parent breeds of the Bullboxer Pits are intelligent and responsive, but also a little stubborn. That being said, Bullboxer Pits will likely possess same temperaments and require a confident owner. Without a firm hand, they’ll try to establish dominance over the pack.
Bullboxer Pits require moderate levels of maintenance. They’ll need regular brushing and baths at least once a month. As both parents are highly active and energetic dogs, they’ll need 1 to 2 hours of physical activity a day.
21. Entlebucher Pit
Parents: Entlebucher x Pit Bull mix
This Pit Bull mutt is a combination of the Entlebucher Mountain Dog and the American Pit Bull Terrier. As a result, they’ll grow to be between 16 and 20 inches tall and weigh 45 to 65 lbs. And yes, they will have bulky and heavy-boned bodies like both parents.
While they will always be muscular with medium length muzzles, they may end up with many differences in appearance. For instance, Entlebucher Pits can have ears that are either fully or partially flopped down, with a dense and smooth coat.
However, they’ll retain the loyal, protective, energetic and cheery qualities of the parents. They may bark at strangers, but do exceptionally well with kids and other pets. Entlebucher Pits will require a good deal physical activity thanks to the Entlebucher parent.
Parents: Chihuahua x Pit Bull mix
Say what? The Chipit is one of the strangest hybrids, crossbreeding the petite-sized Chihuahua with the Pit Bull Terrier. Despite having Chihuahua genes, they’re capable of growing to be 12 to 18 inches tall and weigh 15 to 35 pounds.
Like with all mutts having parents that differ this much in size, there will be a lot of size variation in these dogs. The Chipit’s size will therefore depend on which parent provides the more dominant genes. Thus, they can be either small or medium dogs.
Chipits will love to be around their family, like the Chihuahuas. In fact, they’re the happiest when they get to enjoy and participate in family activities. Never leave them alone! Even with Pit Bull genes, Chipits are friendly with familiar kids and other pets.
RECOMMENDED: 31 Classic Chihuahua Mixes
23. Pocket Pitbull
Parents: Patterdale Terrier x Pit Bull mix
No, the Pocket Pitbull isn’t a “miniature Pit Bull,” though they’re very close. Rather, these hybrids are the cross between the Pit Bull Terrier and Patterdale Terrier. And as you can guess, there’s a lot of confusion with this hybrid.
Unethical breeders will often cross the American Pit Bull Terriers with dogs such as the French Bulldogs or the Boston Terriers, and call those “Pocket Pitbulls.” And while they are excellent Pit mixes, they’re not true Pocket Pit Bulls.
Pocket Pitbulls have powerful broad heads and jaws, as inherited from Pit Bulls. However, they may have a more wedge-shaped skull and narrower muzzle. And despite being called “pocket” dogs, they’re a lot more athletic and agile than they look.
RECOMMENDED: 31 Terrific Terrier Mixes
Parents: Labrador x Pit Bull mix
The Labrabull is the hybrid of America’s favorite Labrador Retriever and the American Pit Bull Terrier. As with most Pit Bull mixes, these dogs have a powerful, strong head and neck. Also, they’ll often inherit a muscular, though agile, body.
Because of the Labrador side, they’re somewhat low maintenance dogs. It’s safe to say they’ll retain the pleasant and cheerful temperament of the Labrador too. However, get ready to deal with their endless amount of energy, every day!
These dogs absolutely love kids but can also be protective of them. Without socialization, training and a good amount of exercise, they may become possessive of the family kids. On the bright side, you’ll have another pair of eyes on your children at all times.
RECOMMENDED: 40 Loving Labrador Mixes
25. Great Danebull
Parents: Great Dane x Pit Bull mix
Great Danebulls are massive and majestic, as one would expect from a Pit Bull and Great Dane mix. Sure enough, you’ll get a giant dog, weighing 60 – 90 lbs and reaching heights of 24 – 28 inches tall. They will be huge dogs, but also have a big heart.
These dogs look fierce – there’s no denying this. But appearance isn’t everything. They’re actually gentle giants – just like how Great Danes are! They’re big dogs, but that won’t stop them from trying to be a lap dog in the home. They make great cuddle buddies.
Owners often describe them as large Pit Bulls with the Great Dane’s facial features. However, looks can definitely vary with these uncommon mutts. Danebulls get along with kids, but also with other dogs too. As long as they’re the center of attention, they’ll thrive.
26. American Boston Bull Terrier
Parents: Boston Terrier x Pit Bull mix
The American Boston Bull Terrier is another designer dog developed in the 2000’s through the crossing of the American Pit Bull with the Boston Terrier. They essentially look like a large Boston Terrier with the compact and muscular bodies of the Pit Bull.
Thanks to the Boston Terrier side, they’re adaptable dogs and do great in many different situations. If you stick them in your apartment, make sure to regularly exercise them. Otherwise, they’ll do great in rural areas, suburbs or even on a farm.
American Boston Bull Terriers are excellent with kids if socialized early on. They will be eager to please the owners, but you’ll have to establish authority in the family first. However, because of their stubborn streaks, they do best with experienced owners.
Parents: Rottweiler x Pit Bull mix
The Pitweiler is a mix of the American Pit Bull Terrier and the loyal yet courageous Rottweiler. The result is a large dog with natural protective instincts and unwavering loyalty. And while they may be stubborn, most of them will be easy to train.
They’re 20 to 23 inches tall and weigh from 65 to 100 lbs with a sturdy build and strong jaws. It depends on the parents, but they usually have the Rottweiler’s black and tan coat. But from the Pit Bull side, they will inherit the trademark gait.
Rottweilers are known to be great guard dogs. The combination of their high intelligence and protective instincts make them some of the best. The Pitweiler is the same. But from the Pit Bull side, these dogs retain the clownish personality to make for an entertaining companion.
RECOMMENDED: 29 Radiant Rottweiler Mixes
Parents: Husky x Pit Bull mix
The Pitsky, which crossbreeds the Siberian Husky with the Pit Bull Terrier, is one of the most popular Pit Bull mixes today. However, they’re sometimes crossed with the Alaskan Husky. Regardless, these dogs are beautiful and often inherit the Husky’s exotic eyes.
Pitskies may inherit the short, single-layer coat of the American Pit Bull or the longer, double-layer coat of the Husky. Keep in mind: a double-coated Pitskies means more shedding! But no matter which coat, all Pitskies will have similar personalities.
You’ll always get an energetic and lively, but overall good-natured dog. In other words, they’re excellent companions for older kids, especially with early socialization and training. Because they’re smart dogs, Pitskies can be stubborn and independent at times.
RECOMMENDED: 30 Handsome Husky Mixes
29. Old Anglican Bulldogge
Parents: Bulldog x Pit Bull mix
The Old Anglican Bulldogge is a hybrid of the American Pit Bull Terrier and the Bulldog. Though recently developed, tend to have tall legs, a full-length tail and a slightly scrunched face. But they’re as adorable as any other pit bull mix.
The Old Anglican takes after the American Pit Bull. However, the square face with loose skin flaps on the muzzle resembles a Bulldog. Because of their short, smooth and soft fur coat, they are much happier if living in warmer climate.
Old Anglicans are loyal, loving, affectionate and playful most of the time. As a result, they’re wonderful around kids and other dogs. Plus, they’re durable enough to withstand the rough play of children. Just make sure they get a lot of exercise!
30. American Pit Corso
Parents: Cane Corso x Pit Bull mix
Bred from the even-tempered Cane Corso and the Pit Bull Terrier, this hybrid strikes the perfect balance in temperament. While Pit Bulls are energetic and lively, the Corso is more reserved and stable. The two mesh together well, at least with personalities.
These dogs can weigh around 50 lbs, though it’s not surprising given the large frames of the two parent breeds. Because both the Corso and Pit Bull are muscular and athletic, these dogs will be the same. As such, they’re excellent guard dogs.
The Pit Corso tends to inherit the calm and collect personalities of the Corso parent. They also do very well with obedience training. All in all, there’s very few things we don’t like with this mix. They’re great companions that don’t need much maintenance.
31. Pit Bullmastiff
Parents: Bullmastiff x Pit Bull mix
The Pit Bullmastiff is a formidable guard dog that inherits the sheer strength and size of the Bullmastiff parent. The other parent, Pit Bull Terrier, isn’t scrawny either. In the end, these dogs will weigh up to 150 pounds or more, depending on their parents.
They approach everything with the highest confidence and there are few things in this world that scares a Pit Bullmastiff. But despite their fearsome looks, they’re gentle and friendly dogs in the home. They love their family and will always have their backs.
If you’re looking for a Pit Bull mix that can be a loving companion while working as a guard dog, look no further than the Pit Bullmastiff. It’s worth noting that exercise is essential to the health of these energetic and active dogs.
Did we miss one of your favorite Pitbull mixes? Let us know in the comments section below! Also, which Pit mix is your favorite?
Posts you may like: