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What kind of dog do you get when you mix a black Labrador Retriever with a pit bull?

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A Labrabull is a hybrid dog created by breeding a Labrador retriever with an American pit bull terrier. This hybrid also goes by the names pitador and bullador.

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Since the Labrabull inherits qualities from both the Labrador retriever and the American pit bull terrier, he has good health, a friendly temperament and an obedient temperament. He is very intelligent and highly trainable. His loyalty to his family makes him an excellent watchdog. He is also very affectionate, gentle and very good with children. The full-grown Labrabull weighs between 50 and 90 pounds. Labrabulls are available in many different colors due to the variety of coloring found in the American pit bull terriers.

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