Fun Pointer Pitbull Mix Facts For Kids

Shivangi Pandey
Oct 20, 2022 By Shivangi Pandey
Originally Published on Sep 02, 2021
Edited by Monisha Kochhar
Fact-checked by Sakshi Raturi
Read these interesting pointer pitbull mix facts to learn about this mixed breed.
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Age: 3-18
Read time: 9.4 Min

Prepare to get energized! This mix's parent breeds are both full of love and vitality! The German shorthaired pointer is an active breed that was developed as a hunting companion. The APBT was developed to bait rats, so there is obviously a degree of energy necessary to do the task! If you don't have a large yard or enough area to run, this pet is sure to drive you insane. If you have a large green place where you can take your dog, this breed could be a good pet for your family. Because pointers are generally social with everyone, you'll get a pointerbull mix of friendly and energetic in one dynamic pet. They are skilled in tricks, weight hauling, guarding, and acting as a watchdog breed. Not all of the designer hybrid dog breeds being bred are 50% pure-bred to 50% pure-bred animals. Remember to adopt and rescue these cute loving dogs.

If you would like to read about more dogs, you might also want to check out the English bull terrier and pocket pitbull.

Pointer Pitbull Mix Interesting Facts

What type of animal is a pointer pit bull mix?

The pit bull terrier pointer mix pet is a mixed dog breed.

What class of animal does a pointer pit bull mix belong to?

The pit bull terrier pointer mix is a mammal.

How many pointer pit bull mixes are there in the world?

The exact number is yet to be calculated, but judging from their increasing popularity you can say that they're plenty in number.

Where does a pointer pit bull mix live?

The pit bull terrier pointer mix is known to live in a house as a pet. It is known for its good temperament. It is better to rescue them and adopt than buying.

What is a pointer pit bull mix's habitat?

If you have a vast green place where you can take your puppy, this breed may be a good choice for your family. These pets are ideally suited to households with spacious backyards where they may run around and stretch their legs. They are not advised to live in an apartment or to be part of a busy family. The first-time owner is not advised to have them. It has an intelligent temperament.

Who do pointer pitbull mixes live with?

The American Temperament Test Society reported an 82.3 % passing rate for the American pit bull terrier in 2011, making it one of the country's five most stable breeds. According to research, pit bulls are more prone to be aggressive against dogs than humans. Children and the elderly are at a higher risk of being attacked than adults. Pointers, on the other hand, are normally sociable and mild-mannered, and they get along well with everyone except extremely small children. A pointer pit bull mix is likely to acquire his parents' energetic, loyal, and loving temperament.

How long does a pointer pit bull mix live?

Healthy pointers may live for 12-14 years, whereas pit bulls can live for eight to 16 years. A healthy pointer pit bull mix will most likely live the same amount of time.

How do they reproduce?

Female dogs' reproductive cycles are divided into four stages. Female dogs who have not been spayed generally experience two estruses or heat episodes per year, each lasting around two to three weeks. The intervals between estrus in some dogs are significantly longer. Females can get pregnant during their first heat cycle or any subsequent heat cycle. Male canines do not go through a sexual cycle. They instead respond to females in heat at any time of year. When males are completely grown, they are most fertile.

What is their conservation status?

These dogs are plentiful and their conservation is not a high priority at the moment and therefore the conservation status of the pit bull terrier pointer mix-breeds has not been evaluated under the International Union of Conservation Nature Red List.

Pointer Pitbull Mix Fun Facts

What do pointer pitbull mixes look like?

A pointer pit bull mix may resemble one parent more closely than the other or may have characteristics from both parents. The pointer pit bull mix has an elegant, athletic look. Its coat comes in a variety of colors, with or without markings, and he has floppy ears. Pit bulls are strong, well-built dogs with wedge-shaped skulls, wide-set eyes, and half-pricked ears. Their coats, like those of pointers, can be a variety of colors, with or without markings. As a result, the pointer pit bull mix will most likely be a medium-sized, muscular dog breed. The pointer pit bull hybrid, like its parent breeds, will have short, low-maintenance coats in a variety of colors.

German Pointer puppy sitting on grass

*Please note, this image is of the German shorthaired pointer, one of the parent breeds of the mix. If you have an image of the pointer pit bull mix please let us know at hello@kidadl.com.

How cute are they?

You can't ignore the loving gaze they give you, let alone the silky and fluffy fur and their incredibly adorable looks but if you're searching for a sweet and cuddly lap dog breed, the pointer pit bull mix is not the breed for you. This is a large dog breed. If it attempts to get onto your lap, you have a problem.  They've got a lively spirit and zest for life.

How do they communicate?

Humans and dogs can both convey what is going on in their lives. The distinction is that, although humans predominantly communicate vocally, dogs mostly communicate nonverbally through body language and, secondarily, through vocalizations. The pit bull terrier pointer mix, like any other dog breed, communicates mostly by body language, vocalization, and smell. They communicate vocally by barking, howling, whimpering, panting, and sighing, as well as through body movements and postures such as alerting the ears, stiffening or wagging the tail, and moving their legs and torso. Body language knowledge and the ability to properly recognize it will aid in deciphering what a dog is attempting to say. Maintain consistency and firmness, and make certain that it does not establish any negative characteristics. As it is easily distracted and loses attention, the training space should be free of distractions. They understand the breeder's instructions and demonstrate intelligent characteristics during training.

How big is a pointer pitbull mix?

Pointers range in height from 23-28 in (58.4-71 cm) and weigh between 45-75 lb (20.4-34 kg). Pit bulls range in height from 18-22 in (45.7-55.8 cm) and weigh between 30-60 lb (13.6-27.2 kg). As a result, the pointer pit bull mix will most likely be a medium-sized, muscular dog.

How fast can a pointer pitbull mix run?

The American Staffordshire pitbull terrier is a fast-moving dog breed. A pit bull can run at speeds ranging from 25-30 mph (40.2-48.2 kph). Pointers can easily run more than 6.2 mi (10 km) each day. You can say that your pit bull terrier pointer mix will be a fast dog. It would also require a lot of exercise.

How much does a pointer pit bull mix weigh?

They are medium to large-sized dogs that are loyal, sociable, and active. They generally require a considerable amount of room and are not appropriate for flats. They are often mixed hues of brown, black, white, gray, tan, and fawn. They may weigh 35-55 lb (15.8-25 kg).

What are the male and female names of the species?

The pointer pit-bull mix is a dog breed and follows the same male and female names as other dogs. As a result, a male pointer pit-bull mix is known as a dog, while a female pointer pit-bull mix is known as a bitch.

What would you call a baby pointer pit bull mix?

Before you name it, this pointer pitbull hybrid is referred to as a pointer pit bull mix puppy or pointer pitbull mix puppies. Some popular names for puppies are Max, Buddy, and Leo.  

What do they eat?

Dogs' digestive systems haven't changed much since they were undomesticated wolves, and they're best adapted to fresh, high-protein prey-based meals. The pointer pitbull must follow a healthy diet because overeating can lead to weight gain and other health issues, especially if enough exercise is not provided. It is critical to select a high-quality dog food that is suited for your dog's (pointer and pitbull mix) age and activity level.  

Are they slobbery?

Pitbulls are typically food-motivated. That is, they drool when they smell delicious food. As for pointers, I believe they drool a little because of their drooping flews. Hence, the pit bull terrier pointer mix might be slobbery.

Would they make a good pet?

The pointer pitbull hybrid has the potential to be an amiable, caring dog with regular training and socialization. They are powerful and fast, and they are inclined to be obstinate. As a result, they demand comprehensive training beginning at a young age, as well as a forceful, confident handler. Owners who are inexperienced or lack confidence should select a different breed or combination. In addition, pointer pit bull hybrids are more suited to child-free families. Because both parent breeds may be headstrong, a pointer pit bull hybrid is difficult to be trained. It will require rigorous and comprehensive training from an experienced handler from the start. They'll also need a lot of socializing. Punishment-based training should be avoided at all costs since it might induce aggressive behavior. Rewards-based training, on the other hand, is extremely successful. They are not a bully breed, but rather a sort of hound dog. When it comes to grooming, an English pointer pitbull mix is quite low-maintenance. Their short coats just need to be brushed once a week to keep them in fantastic shape. Check your dog's eyes and ears at least once a week. The pointer pit bull hybrid may inherit the pointer's drooping ears and be prone to illness; however, frequent cleaning will avoid this. To preserve dental health, your pointer pit bull mix/ pitbull pointer mix will benefit from frequent tooth cleaning. You should also clip their nails every few weeks.

Did you know...

A pit bull symbolizing the United States was featured on propaganda posters in the United States, during World War I.

What is the rarest pitbull color?

According to the American Pit Bull Registry, merle pitbulls are the rarest. It has speckled fur with splotches. While it may not sound especially appealing, the merle pit bull's look may be breathtaking, with a broad spectrum of colors and patterns. The unusual patterning is caused by the dominant merle gene in the M locus, which dilutes the coat's uniform black color, resulting in areas of a lighter hue, such as gray or white.

Blue pitbulls are also difficult to find. They are also known as bluenose pitbulls because they have a blue or gray nose with white markings that may be seen in their eyes and toes. Distinct litters have different color variations. Blue pitbulls can have dark or bright eyes, as well as brindle or fawn fur.

Which pitbull breed is the most dangerous?

American pit bulls (hound type breeds' dog) are among the most deadly dogs and are prohibited in several nations across the world. This medium-sized, clever, short-haired dog is one of the world's most deadly breeds. The dogs' main traits include strength, confidence, and enthusiasm for life. Because of its high degree of intellect and desire to work, this breed excels in performance competitions.

Canines killed 433 Americans between 2005 and 2017, and pit bulls were responsible for 66 % (284) of these deaths.

Here at Kidadl, we have carefully created lots of interesting family-friendly animal facts for everyone to discover! For more relatable content, check out these Doberdor facts and Egyptian Mau cat facts for kids.

You can even occupy yourself at home by coloring in one of our free printable pointer pitbull mix coloring pages.

*Please note that the main image is of the American pitbull terrier, one of the parent breeds of the mix. If you have an image of the pointer pitbull mix please let us know at hello@kidadl.com.

Pointer Pitbull Mix Facts

What Did They Prey On?

N/A

What Type of Animal were they?

Omnivore

Average Litter Size?

5 puppies

How Much Did They Weigh?

35-55 lb (15.8-25 kg)

What habitat Do they Live In?

england

Where Do They Live?

united states

How Long Were They?

N/A

How Tall Were They?

23-28 in (58.4-71 cm)

Class

Mammal

Genus

Canis

Family

Canidae

Scientific Name

Canis lupus

What Do They Look Like?

Gray white

Skin Type

Fur

What Are Their Main Threats?

humans

What is their Conservation Status?

Not Evaluated
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Written by Shivangi Pandey

Bachelor of Fashion Technology specializing in Fashion Merchandising

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Shivangi PandeyBachelor of Fashion Technology specializing in Fashion Merchandising

Shivangi is pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Fashion Technology from the National Institute of Fashion Technology. She has a strong passion for the English language and communication, with a keen interest in fashion blogging. Shivangi's educational background and interests complement her ability to create engaging and informative content for readers.

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