South Asian Mastiff
Pakistani Bully Dog
|Country of origin
|Classification and breed standards
|Not recognized by any major kennel club
|This breed of dog is
|Recognized by United National kennel club UK.
Bully Kutta is a
Bully Kutta males reach a height of 30 to 42 inches and 30 to 36 inches for
bitches. They weigh between 150 to 170 pounds and can reach upwards of 200
Due to the nature of the work these dogs are bred to perform, they are known
to be human aggressive and difficult to handle, but with proper socialization
from an early stage they can become superb protectors and guardians.
The Bully Kutta was developed during the
British Colonial rule in
India for sporting purposes.
It is mostly found today in areas belonging to
Pakistan. Though in the
past it has been used by criminal gangs for
which is illegal in
Pakistan, the majority are pets or used as guard dogs.
The following photograph links are of three different Bully Kuttas.
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