The Pakistani Bully Kutta or Pakistani Mastiff or simply Bully is a descendant of the extinct Alaunt which has its origins in Pakistan, and in particular the Sindh and Punjab regions, where it's the most common guard dog. The word Bully derives from the English word Bull, because of its slight resemblance to the Bulldog, while the word Kutta means dog in South-Asian languages.
APPEARANCE & SIZE
The Bully Kutta is predominantly white in color, however fawn, brindle, brown, black and various bicolors are also common. Bully Kutta can also be red nosed/yellow eyed but these are rare. Generally, a Bully Kutta stands 30"-33" tall. Usually they have large heads, strong bone structure, and loose, and stretchy skin.
Height: 32 - 40 inches (81 - 101 cm) (slightly less for females)
Weight: 150 - 170 pounds (68 - 77 kg) Some dogs can be over 200 pounds. One dog is known to have grown to 230 pounds.
A Bully Kutta's temperament ranges in variety. Training them and introducing them to family early on in puppyhood is recommended. It is a very smart dog breed and it can be easily trained. They are loyal and protective of its master, their family, and their master's belongings.
9 - 15 years, average 10.
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