Basenji Pit Bull Mix

Pit Bull Terrier Basenji Mix

Basenji Pit Bull Terrier Mix

So if you saw this dog, what would you have guessed it to be? It struck me as maybe an African Wild Dog crossed with a Coyote. But as I looked at once I knew what it was I could see the Basenji in it especially around the ears and the furled brow. And the brindle coat made me think of the bully family so this turns out to be an American Pit Bull Terrier and a Basenji mix. I would expect this to be a quieter, mellower dog than your typical Pit Bull but it would be a very bright and alert dog.


12 Responses to “Basenji Pit Bull Mix”

  1. Ali says:

    You need to do research on ech breed before giving descriptions….Besenji’s are a lot more high energy then a Pit..

  2. raquel says:

    i have a basenji/amstaff mix and he will not shut up. he is very alert when it comes to strangers

  3. kris says:

    My female Basenji just had a litter born on valentines day of this year (2011) with the father being a bulldog. She had eight puppies and they all are beautiful dogs. Does anybody know where I can get more information on this mix breed. if so could you email me links to the website at kris.askew{at}yahoo.com. any help appreciated and thanks.

  4. Lureen says:

    I picked up a abandon puppy around 2 mons old I have had him (DYLON) now he is around 7 mons ….some days he will growl at me or my boyfreind ans we cant figure out whats up??he seems like he wants to be the alpha or what??? he is very loving ,up on his shots..Could he be sexually frastraced we do have a 6 yrs female thats fixed..if someone can help me and Dylon would be grateful..

  5. tnsimonson says:

    I’ve also got a basenji/staffordshire mix. He was a rescue that I adopted when he was about 8 months old. He has an incredibly sweet disposition but can be aggressive around other male dogs. Just a wonderful and handsome mix:

    http://bit.ly/MOFayK

  6. Sarah says:

    I have a Pitsenji (as we call her), we rescued her when she was approx. 10 months old and she is now about 3 1/2. She is the sweetest dog I’ve ever had and I’ve had dogs, of different breeds, my whole life. She does need her daily excercise, as all dogs do, but she hardly ever barks, she’s a total goofball that loves to play and she gets along with most other dogs. Everywhere I take her, people comment on how pretty she is and ask what she is, most common guess is Dingo! I think this mutt-breed is a great choice for anyone who doesn’t want a lap dog!

    • Bobby Fisher says:

      We got a gator nose pit bull/ basengi mix in Galveston at a gas station with a sign that said “Free Puppies”. Being a fan of Ceasar Milan Dog Whisper, I learned how to pick a pup out of litter, by letting the dog pick you. And he came right to me to investigate. This male dog has turned out to be the best dog I have ever owned. We live by the beach so his daily walks consist of fetching a stick out the ocean, and digging in the sand, and greeting all the other dogs running down the beach. He is highley intelligent and training is quick and responsive. My pitsenji broke all the preconceive notions I had of both breeds.

  7. crystal says:

    hi i have a basenji she is 3 yrs old . the growling your talking about could be he just trying to tell you he wants to play my basenji ( sadie) loves fetch !! a lot or he might have to go potty . but once you really get to know your basenji you will know what growl means what . my sadie has different growls for different things she wants . i hope i could be of soom help

  8. cheryl says:

    I have a basenji/pit mix. She shows all the characterics of a basenji as she is very alert & quite energetic. She is a very sweet dog & very attached to me & my husband. She has a very high pitched “bark”. On the pit side, once she hones in on something she does not leave it until I tell her. Love this dog!

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