BULLY KUTTA

History

As per theories, at the time of the British invasion, the British brought Mastiff dogs to India. Later on, these dogs bred with mastiff breeds of India and developed a new race named Bully Kutta. Its history is still a mystery because many researchers say that they originated in Pakistan. There is a lot of significance of the name as the word ‘Bully” comes from Punjabi (the language spoken by people in Punjab of Pakistan) ‘Bohli’ meaning ‘heavily wrinkled.’  The word ‘Kutta’ comes from an Urdu or Punjabi language meaning ‘dog.’ It also has the feature of an extinct breed the Alaunt which originated in Rajasthan & Punjab (Bhawalpur), Sindh (run of Kutch) and modern Pakistan. It is also called ‘Indian Alangu Mastiff’ because they are also seen in Thanjavur and Tiruchi districts in South India.

Interesting Facts

  • Due to their aggressive personality, they are illegally raised in Pakistan for a dogfight
  • It is rarely seen in India and other parts of the world, but can easily be seen in Pakistan

Varieties

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

Temperament and Personality

The dogs are known for their strong guarding instinct with protective and aggressive character. They are harmful to both the outsiders and the owners due to their size and dominant behavior. They are not suitable for apartment living as they require colossal space like a courtyard.

Bully Kutta Characteristics

Adaptability To Apartment Living

Good for 1st Time Owners

Sensitivity

Tolerance Levels

Affection towards Family

Kid Friendliness

Stranger Friendliness

Ease of Grooming

General Health

Trainability

Prey Drive

Exercise Needs

Energy Level

Care

Exercise

As this breed has the habit of sleeping the entire day, they need refular exercises. However, jogging or brisk walking can satisfy their migration instinct and they should learn to walk beside or behind a person to understand whom they should follow.

Grooming

Bully Kutta is a moderate shedder, so it needs low maintenance with occasional brushing with a slicker brush. Bathing is not necessary and just a damp towel can remove its dirt. Clipping of hair is not recommended because it may affect re-growth, instead stripping is a good option.

Health Problems

The Sindhi Mastiff is a very healthy breed of dog with a low ratio of health issues. It only tends developing blindness and arthritis in latter part of their life. Due to its size, it may also suffer from bloating and other problems like dental and flea issues, heartworms, and halitosis.

Training

Due to the attacking nature of the breed, they are challenging to train. They are also not suitable for first-time owners or timid owners, but if prepared to socialize at an early age, the situation can be under control.

Feeding

The breed is active, strong and muscular. Thus it requires food rich in nutrition like eggshell crushed in the food supplied. They should be given the proper amount of food at the appropriate stages. For example, a Bully Kutta puppy ageing 8 to 12 weeks old require four meals every day and their diet should lessen as they become older and when they become adult, they should be given one meal per day with 30% vegetables, 40% meat, and 30% starch. Maintain supply of water consistently and take care of its hygiene by keeping water bowls clean.

 

Bully Kutta Facts

Bully Kutta

Group:

Breed Type:

Characteristics:

Other Names:

Bully Cutha, PBK, Bully, Indian Alangu Mastiff, Pakistani Mastiff, Sindhi Mastiff, Indian Mastiff, Bull Terrier

Height & Weight:

Female: 28-36 inches Male: 30-44 inches & Female: 130-150 lbs Male: 150-170 lbs

Color:

Black, White, Creame,

Competitive Registration / Qualification Information:

BKCA, KCP

Shedding:

Moderate Shedding

Hypoallergenic:

No

Average Litter Size:

3-5 puppies

Lifespan:

8-10 years

Coat:

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

Price:

$800-$1200

Origin:

Adaptability To Apartment Living
Good for 1st Time Owners
Sensitivity
Tolerance Levels
Affection towards Family
Kid Friendliness
Stranger Friendliness
Ease of Grooming
General Health
Trainability
Prey Drive
Exercise Needs
Energy Level
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