List of Popular Pit Bull Mixes

Although the Pit Bull Terrier has a bad reputation of being aggressive, individuals with proper training and socialization are gentle around people, which make them a good family companion. Most of the Pit Bull mixes are energetic, courageous, loyal, and protective of children.

Pit Bull Mixes

1. Pitsky (Pit Bull X Alaskan/Siberian Husky)

Affectionate, intelligent, child-friendly, and craving for attention, are the personality traits of this designer mix.


2. Labrabull (Labrador Retriever X Pit Bull)

It is typically a friendly dog that coexists with other canine pets but may become aggressive if it feels threatened.

3. Shepherd Pit (German Shepherd X Pit Bull)

A large, muscular designer cross that is wary of strangers and may inherit the territorial and guarding instincts from its parents.

Bullboxer Pit

4. Bullboxer Pit (Pit Bull X Boxer)

Stocky and muscular, the Pit Bull Boxer mix is not suitable for novice owners.


5. Pitweiler (Pit Bull X Rottweiler)

An incredibly strong dog, the Pitweiler loves being active and will always keep its people on their toes.

6. Chipit (Chihuahua X Pit Bull)

Lively, smart, loyal, and gentle with children, the Chipit loves to be close to its people.


7. Bullypit (American/English Bulldog X Pit Bull)

The Bullypit combines the athleticism and strength of a Bulldog with the courage, friendliness, and eagerness of a Pit Bull.

Great Danebull

8. Great Danebull (Great Dane X Pit Bull)

Although it makes a loving companion, its size and strength can be intimidating for an inexperienced owner.

Corgi Pit

9. Corgi Pit (Pembroke Welsh Corgi X Pit Bull)

It is a cheerful, happy, and fun-loving dog that keeps its people entertained with its silly antics.


10. Doxie-Pit (Dachshund X Pit Bull)

Lively, feisty, smart, and stubborn by nature, the Doxie-Pit or Dox Bull makes an excellent family pet.

Pit Bullmastiff

11. Pit Bullmastiff (Pit Bull X Bullmastiff)

Although it may look tough, its sweetness, loyalty, and obedient personality make it an excellent companion.

Beagle Bull

12. Beagle Bull (Beagle X Pit Bull)

It is a medium-sized hound characterized by an affectionate disposition along with the protective instinct of a Pit Bull.

Pit Boodle

13. Pit Boodle (Pit Bull X Poodle)

An intelligent, loyal, and energetic dog with a desire to please, the Pit Bull Poodle mix can learn tricks and commands quickly.

Doberman Pit

14. Doberman Pit (Doberman Pinscher X Pit Bull)

Being an agile and playful dog, it thrives in a household with a large yard and is suitable for an experienced owner.

Pit Pei

15. Pit Pei (Pit Bull X Shar Pei)

It is a companion dog with good working ability and may show aggression towards unknown dogs or people.

16. Border Collie Pit (Border Collie X Pit Bull)

A trainable dog, the Border Collie Pit is strong and highly energetic excelling in dog sports like agility, flyball, and tracking.

American Pit Corso

17. American Pit Corso (Pit Bull X Cane Corso)

The American Pit Corso is a large cross with even temperament, but cannot adjust to apartment living.

Pug Pit

18. Pug Pit (Pug X Pit Bull)

Playful by nature with a funny face, the Pug Pit loves to attract attention and remain close to its people.

American Boston Bull Terrier

19. American Boston Bull Terrier (Pit Bull X Boston Terrier)

Its affectionate disposition, along with an appealing expression makes it a loveable family pet.

American French Bull Terrier

20. American French Bull Terrier (American Pit Bull Terrier X French Bulldog)

It is described as a loving pet that thrives on human companionship and makes excellent apartment dogs.

Jack Pit

21. Jack Pit (Jack Russell Terrier X Pit Bull)

It is ideal for those in need of a small to medium-sized dog with fearless personality, high energy, and entertaining antics.

Akita Pit

22. Akita Pit (Akita X Pit Bull)

A large, bold dog with a robust appearance and a loving protector of its family.

Besides the popular mixes given above, breeders have created several crosses by mixing Pit Bull with Golden Retriever, Australian Shepherd, Shih Tzu, Catahoula Leopard Dog, Dalmatian, Greyhound, Basset Hound, Pointer, Pomeranian, Weimaraner, and Rhodesian Ridgeback.

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