Your Pet's At Home With Us

Marcy – Black Lab and Pit Bull mix


1 jim { 10.06.11 at 1:37 pm }

Hi, I have a wonderful lab/pit mixed, he is two years old, i got him 2 weeks ago, wow, the best damn dog i could ever want, he is such a friendly, loyal dog, love my Jude so much, i do feel sad he had to be given up, but thanks to the people who had him, great work, now my gained, I have gained a great loyal, friendly dog. He is non aggressive, except for kisses always. He does have separation anxoity

2 KIH { 10.18.11 at 7:22 am }

We have a blonde lab/pit mix who is a great dog! We adopted him at 7 weeks old, he’s now 2 1/2. Very smart dog, but a slow processor….thinks about his commands for a few seconds, then happily obliges. Rough-houser, for sure, and our alpha female (a rat-terrier/boxer mix) keeps him in line. Glad to read here about other vocal pit mixes…mine talks all the time, sits by the bed and growls to wake me up, it’s hilarious. He is good, however he’s had LOTS of training because he would like to be in charge of everything, and we still put his training leash on and run through his commands for about 10 minutes several times each week. Very loyal and loving, a special dog.

3 Kristi { 12.17.11 at 6:33 pm }

We adopted our pitt/lab mix when she was 8wks old from the humane society. She is now almost 8mos. Her name is Maci. What a joy she has brought to our family. I have 2 kids, 9 & 11, and 2 cats, both almost 2ys. We keep her in a kennel when we are gone and at night to help with the potty training. My kids forgot to put her in her kennel and when we woke up in the morn there wasnt even an accident. Shes our first dog and best dog EVER. She is great with everyone…cats…dogs…people…you name it! Although she is very protective if she feels we are threatened. I will never get any other type of dog…WE LOVE YOU MACI!!!!

4 Jkirby { 12.27.11 at 11:27 am }

I am looking to get a lab pit mix. I have a 4 year old norwegian elkhound mix now his name is drake. Just looking for some insight how do these breeds do with other dogs. The puppy im looking at is a male also do you think that the having two males with this breed would be a problem or do they get along with other dogs well. Any insight would be appreciated thank you.

5 VictoriaM { 01.13.12 at 8:28 pm }

LOOKING FOR A GOOD HOME! I’ve been looking after a 2 year Black Lab\Pit for a woman that can no longer keep him. He is a complete sweetie and very devoted but I am moving and can no longer keep him either. If anyone in the Denver area is interested in adopting him permanently, please reply. We have two cats and a 12- year old and everyone gets along. He is completely house trained and way past the chewing phase although he will look for a sock or shoe to snitch now and again. 🙂 When that happens, it really means, “play with me!”

6 Samantha A { 03.19.12 at 6:17 pm }

I love my black lab/ pitbull mix, Lilly. She is so goofy and loving. She is a little rough with children because she thinks she is a big lap dog, but since all the kids in my house are teenagers, she’s a great dog for our family. She is so full of energy and loves to play, but will curl up in bed and snuggle with me at the end of the day. They are such great dogs and I have absolutely fallen in love with them after adopting Lilly about a year ago

7 joseph { 07.14.12 at 11:18 am }

my pit/lab is Lucy Lu. 2yrs old and full of energy. Came from an abusive, neglected enviroment. I got her from the shelter at 8mnts old. Shes a wonderful girl ! Great with kids, dogs, and people. Very obediant and easy to train. She is never on a leash, even in the local stores. I ride my bike to the beach and she is right there with me.I’m 65 and always owned dogs. LUCY IS THE BEST. This is my breed mix from now on. ps: lab/bassett hound ( Bassador ) is a great mix as well.

8 robert wells { 12.07.12 at 10:00 pm }

Hey I have a black lab pit mixture.. great beautiful dog energetic and needs to be loved. Hes my baby and I am moving and can’t bring him i really don’t want to take him to the pound let me know please

9 quality english golden retriever puppies facts { 04.20.13 at 11:07 pm }

I’ll right away grasp your rss feed as I can not in finding your email subscription link or newsletter service. Do you’ve any?
Please let me recognize so that I may subscribe.

10 Kerri { 04.24.13 at 2:43 pm }

We recently adopted a 14 week old black lab pit mix. At first we were told he was only a black lab but my fiancé want so sure, we asked around at Petco and the vet and indeed he is. We’ve only had him a few days and we also have a 2 1/2 yr old daughter, he does great with her until he gets too hyper and she’s not exactly happy about it. He’ll most play with me and I’m doing my best training him but I’ve no experience with puppies or dogs. Already he’s showin a lot of aggression signs to new people and other dogs, deep growling and lunging but hasn’t bitten anyone. I’m worried that its not goin to change because he want socialized properaly or early enough. We are looking at puppy training classes and I keep getting advice to socialize him as much as possible and I do try but I also have my toddler with me so it’s more of a challenge. I want everything to work out with our new puppy addition but in still worried

11 click reference { 05.04.13 at 1:26 pm }

Thanks for sharing your thoughts on Pet. Regards

12 THOMAS { 05.21.13 at 4:58 pm }

we just got a black lab mix pit bull,,we have a mix lab pit bull she is the best dog ever, we also have a winner dog that she loves,but we are worryie that the male lab mix and male winner might not get along hes being good but the little winner is not what can we do ?,i don;t no if we did the right thing by putting black lab mix,in the cage for the night ,till they get use to each other ,because hes about 12 years old ,and the other lab mix we have is about 5 years old and the new dog we got is about year old,,we took him in our vet;s today ;he did;nt like it to much ,,they try to put that thing over his mouth and he had a fit ,,we don;t no who had the dog before we got him ,,but do we need to worry about him ,,,,the vet;s told my husband it might be better to take him down to the sherd;but we don;t want that for him,,we name jack ,,he is very smart too,,he just loves my husband ,,so anyone out there can tell us if we are doing the right thing buy keeping the dogs apart at this time ,well they see each other and the winner braks at the new dog ,,but im just scard for the winner dog when we do let them out togetter for the frist time ,,but the other lab mix gets along with him but she ,a girl dog..thank you just need some help on what to do not sure!thank again

13 Laurence-Anne { 07.04.13 at 6:09 am }

She is a beautiful dog

14 Lisa DiRenzo { 10.04.13 at 3:50 am }

I am confused? Are you looking for a pit/lab because we have one. Tony-sweetheart tons of energy but seperation anxiety. I just can’t do it anymore. He ate my last pair of favorite shoes yesterday and I can’t keep up with him! Feel free to email me at

15 Maryann Pepe { 12.05.13 at 2:11 pm }

She’s beautiful! She looks like my Shiloh. He’s the same mix.

16 Jessica { 03.10.14 at 9:46 am }

I have a 5 month old pit-chocolate lab and he is a great dog and onlg has gotten better with time. He has never shown aggresion toward a person or another dog. I keep him very active and around other dogs as much as possible he goes to doggydaycare twice a week and we usually spend Saturdays with one of my parents dogs or a friends dog. He does love to chew. I use to keep him in my kitchen while away at work but he destroyed my floor so i now have him crate trained. I would recommend this dog to any one as long as they don’t mind a dog who needs and loves his owners attention.

Leave a Comment