What pitbulls look like?

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Breeds Most Commonly Mistaken for Pit Bulls

  • The American Bulldog. Generally white or predominantly white with patches of color, these big friendly brutes can weigh in at over 100 pounds.
  • The Presa Canario. The Presa Canario is a very large mastiff-type dog.
  • The Cane Corso.
  • The Bull Terrier.
  • The Boxer.
  • The Dogo Argentino.
  • The Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
  • The Bullmastiff.

9 Dog Breeds with Striking Similarities to Pit Bulls

  • Number 1. Bull Terrier.
  • Number 2. Boxer
  • Number 3. Staffordshire Bull Terrier
  • Number 4. American Bulldog
  • Number 5. Bullmastiff
  • Number 6. Presa Canario
  • Number 7. Dogo Argentino
  • Number 8. Cane Corso.

The Cockapoo is the result of mating a Cocker Spaniel and a Poodle or is the offspring of two Cocker/Poodle mixes bred with each other.

Cockapoos are bright-eyed, scruffy-coated puppies that can grow into dogs that retain a puppy-dog charm.

Like the poodle, they can also be curly.


Pembroke Welsh Corgis (also called Pembrokes, PWCs or Pems) are the smallest of the American Kennel Club's Herding Group, and are also recognized by the United Kennel Club.

Their coats can be red, sable, fawn or tri-colored (red, black and tan), usually with white markings on the legs, chest, neck, muzzle and belly.


Dingoes do not bark, but howl like wolves.

Usually dingoes will also have white markings on their feet, tail tip and chest.

Their overall body shape is very lean.

They have pricked ears for good hearing and a bushy tail.


Twice the size of the average house cat, the ocelot is a sleek animal with a gorgeous dappled coat.

These largely nocturnal cats use keen sight and hearing to hunt rabbits, rodents, iguanas, fish, and frogs.

They also take to the trees and stalk monkeys or birds.

Like other cats, ocelots are adapted for eating meat.


Cute, feisty and furry, Poms are intelligent and loyal to their families.

Pomeranians have a wedge-shaped head with erect ears.

Some people describe their faces as fox-like, while others think that "baby-doll" or "pansy" is a better description.

Their dark, almond-shaped eyes sparkle with intelligence and curiosity.


The Standard Schnauzer is a medium-size dog who inspired early breeders to develop two more breeds who look just like him — the Miniature Schnauzer and the Giant Schnauzer.

Squarely built, these dogs have stiff, wiry coats that shed little with minimal "doggy" odor.

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