Despite the fact that Shar Peis and Pit Bulls hail from opposite sides of globe, these two breeds actually have quite a bit in common with one another; both Shar Peis and Pit Bulls are medium sized dogs with short snouts and short ears who also have a lot of energy. When you mix these two breeds together, you get a Shar-Pei Pitbull Terrier - also commonly referred to as a Shar Pull Terrier or a Shar Pit. Shar-Pei Pitbull Terriers have just as much energy, if not more, than both of their parents meaning that you'll need to find creative ways to workout with a dog if you're thinking about adopting one.
Shar-Pei Pitbull Terriers are a very rare breed to come by, meaning that these dogs aren't as well known or understood as either of their parent breeds are. Should you follow through with adopting a Shar-Pei Pitbull Terrier into your family, you'll be taking on two new roles in a way; one role will be as the leader of the pack while the other will be as an ambassador for your dog's particular breed. By taking your dog to various places, letting them get involved in a number of activities, and by helping them socialize with others, you'll be influencing the world's perception of these incredible dogs.