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Old 05-02-2019, 06:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Question Pitweillers?

Has anyone ever heard of these? It's a cross breed between a pit bull and a rottweiller. Is this a good dog to have? I'm kinda interested in them. I know pits are total sweethearts, but don't know a lot about rotts. Would this be a safe dog to have around other dogs? I'm asking because, like I said, I don't know much about rotts. And cross breeding the temperament, I don't know what the end result is. So I'm not sure about getting one.
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Old 05-03-2019, 04:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Considering it's just a mutt and reputable breeders wouldn't breed them, it'd be a crap shoot as to whether you would get a sound dog or not.
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Generally in cross-breeding the first generations can vary a lot and are not consistent. Pitts and Rottis also have quite different structures as far as their body is built so you might end up with a dog with less than ideal structure if combining these two. I would rather go with a pure-bred one of either breed.
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(I absolutely agree with previous responses from EckoMac and soony)

Also be aware that any breeder intentionally creating mixed breeds with a "cute name" is likely to fall into the puppy mill type of breeder. They typically use less than optimal parents (health and/or temperament issues) because those parents are not good representatives of either breed. If they were good examples of either breed, they would be bred to another (good example) of the same breed. This is just another "designer breed" to cash in on. Would you be interested in a "PitDoodleBull"?

You are better off with an accidental mixed breed that is not a puppy where you can get an idea of the soundness of temperament and health. An adult/teen rescue is less of a crap-shoot.

If you want a purebred with a pedigree, go to conformation and performance shows and talk to lots of breeders and meet their dogs (and the offspring). Research (a lot) before you buy so you know what you MIGHT anticipate. Do you want to do sports such as Weight pull, IronDog, Protection, Obedience, Agility...? This should also factor into the decision.

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