Bully kutta

About the Bully kutta

Bully dog/ Kutta is an extremely aggressive mastiff dog breed. They are thick boned with a muscular structure, a broad head, and the tail tapering to a fine point. Their eyes are almond-shaped and ears erect but are often cropped. They have loose skin especially around the neck and the jaw.  They has been used for fighting due to its great stamina, fearless nature, fighting skills and power. They were used for guarding live stock from wild animals and used as a Guard dog, sometimes this wonderful breed is used in dog fighting in Punjab.

 

The Bully Kutta have a very muscular and thick boned. it has a short smooth coat which is usually white in colour, however fawn, black ,red, brindle and harlequin markings varies in colour from dog to dogs. The muzzle of this breed is black, and the mouth and skin around the neck is very loose. Bully kutta brisket is deep, and limbs are well muscled. The back of bully kutta dog long with the tail tapering to the fine point.

 

common Name: 

Bully Kutta, South Asian Mastiff, Pakistani Bully Dog, Sindhi Mastiff, Bohli Kutta, Bully Cutha, PBK

 

Appearance

bully kutta
bully kutta

bully kutta

Colour:  White, White and black, White and brown, Fawn, Harlequin, Brindle, Black, Red

Group: Guard dog

Breed type: Giant breed

Weight:

Male: 152-173 pound;    Female: 130-152 pound

Height:

Male: 30-44 inches Female: 28-36 inches

Life span: 8-10 year

Coat type: short

Grooming: – rarely

For apartment: – No need lot of space

Good with children: yes if raised with them

Goods with other pets: no

Average litter size: 4

Drooling: – heavy

Barking: yes when necessary

Origin: India & Pakistan

Behaviour: Aggressive, Protective, loyal, Intelligent, alert, responsive, energetic, fearless, courageous

 

 

Temperament

Bully kutta is a powerful Mastiff breed and having heavy size and dominance. They are aggressive by instinct. They are a very intelligent and noble breed. This is an extremely dominant dog and is only recommended for experienced dog owners. Bully kuttas can be dangerous to both the stranger as well as for the owners, as also the strangers, and are potentially not good with children and other pets.

The bully kutta is not recommended for apartment life since they are huge in size need a huge space. And they are not recommended for first-time or timid owners However, strong socialization is recommended to have a control the bully dog  that’s why the puppy needs enough training to develop a bond with its owner.

Bully Kutta have the gait similar to that of a lion or tiger. They are intelligent and noble. With their strong sense of sight and smell, they make a good sniffer & guard dog that would not just protect its own territory but also the owner and his property.they drool and are prone to sleeping all day.They are loyal and protective of their master and property. With  proper training, exercise,leadership and  socializasion, the Pakistani Bully can make an amenable companion for responsible and knowledgeable owners. Well raised & properly socialised  Bully Kutta are good with kids, very loving and playful. They are mostly used for protection and guarding purposes

 

Types of bully kutta

  • Ancient Type
  • Aseel Type
  • Mastiff Type
  • Modern Bully Kutta
  • Nagi Bully Kutta

 

 

 

 

Grooming

The bully kutta have a short coat that’s needs a low maintenance. It is an average shedder and needing minimal grooming. When required brush them with a firm-bristled brush to maintain their   gloss coat. Regular bathing is not much required for short coat type dogs, use a damp towel to remove the dirt or can stripping (means removing the dead hairs by hand). Trim or cut their nails when too long.

Exercise

High energy dogs are in need for exercise, to brisk walking and jogging sessions, to meet with their migrating instincts. When you are out with your bully kutta, do not forget taking the belt chock chain and lead, because if they sense their power of dominance is overshadowing their master’s leadership they would never listen or obey him

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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