- How old am I:
- I'm 36 years old
- What is my gender:
- My gender is female
- What is my figure features:
- My figure type is quite overweight
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Loyal and easy to train, the Pitbull Lab mix will make an excellent addition to any family and provide great companionship. Both the Pitbull and the Labrador Retriever are historically working dogs, so it comes as no surprise that the Pitbull Lab mix likes to keep themselves busy and entertained. They were originally bred to combine the most desirable characteristics from both parent breeds into one dog — the temperament of the Labrador and the loyalty of the Pitbull. The breed origin of the Pitbull Lab mix is actually unknown and we cannot be sure when these dogs first appeared. However, we can look at the history of both parent breeds so you get an idea of where these pups originated from.
The Labrabull is not a purebred dog.
The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in any of the breeds in the hybrid. It is very common for breeders to breed multi-generation crosses.
She is half Labrador and half Pit Bull. My husband and I rescued her from the Humane Society.
Momma is a very sweet dog who gets along with dogs and cats!! He loves to play with his pink Care Bear and sit on the edge of the front porch watching cars and people go by.
I got her when she was 10 weeks old from a rescue shelter where she was born. A little info: - VERY playful with a lot of energy - tries to befriend almost any animal cats, dogs, lizards, rabbits etc - very friendly with people, children and elderly jumps a little when young, but never has on children —even very gentle around newborns and infants - LOVES the water and snow - not good for small apartment life - will bark if something is heard in nighttime, or if there is a knock at the door, but not a big barker - VERY easily trained, LOVES to do tricks for treats, smart!
He's about 9 months in this picture. His mother is a chocolate Lab and his father is a Pit Bull.
I'm not sure where those crazy ears came from, but they're his most charming feature. Eli has made me a former Pit Bull-a-phobe yeah, I made that term up.
I was one of those people that insisted Pit Bulls were mean by nature. Nothing could be further from the truth. I used to have a purebred yellow Lab, the prototypical "family" dog.
Eli has all the legendary Labrador energy, intelligence and love of life, combined with an unbelievably sweet, affectionate disposition and tons of loyalty that my old "family" dog never had. He's a great watchdog too—very alert and on top of things when strangers come around, yet he'll immediately relax and go into good doggie mode the instant he gets the sense from me that this person is okay.
I won't deny there are plenty of wonderful breeds out there, but when asked, I recommend the Labrabull every time. He likes a lot of exercise and loves walks, especially when I can let him off his leash to run. The bottom line: Best Play Dog Trivia!
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