The Pitsky is a designer dog breed between a purebred American Pit Bull Terrier and a purebred Siberian Husky. They are a medium size dog breed with high energy. Pitskys make loyal dogs that enjoy spending time with their family members. Owning a purebred pitsky could set you back between $200 and $2,000.
- Pitskys are a cross between purebred Siberian Huskies and American Pit Bull Terriers.
- The dog breed is affectionate, smart, loyal, and compatible with an active household.
- If trained well, the pitsky can tolerate other pets. Neutering male dogs may reduce the chances of pet conflict.
- Pitskys can be vocal when put in uncomfortable situations.
- The dog breed ranges in size and can grow to 80lbs.
- Pitskys do not do too well alone, so pet owners need to work out a schedule that factors in the company for the dog.
- The American Kennel Club does not recognize Pitskys as an official dog breed because they are a cross breed.
- These dogs can live up to 15 years. Pet owners should keep regular vet appointments and maintain a healthy diet for prolonged life.