What Is Bully Kutta Also Known As?
The Bully Kutta is also referred to as the Indian Alangu Mastiff. These dogs are known as Indian Alangu Mastiff due to the fact that these dogs hail from the southern India specifically from Tiruchi and Thanjavur districts. Although this dog breed was developed in India, it is most commonly seen and used today in the areas that belong to Pakistan therefore it is also known as Pakistani Mastiff.
The Bully Kutta is a blanket term for all breeds of fighting dogs in Pakistan. These large muscular Mastiff dogs are found mostly in Pakistan and their name is derived from the Hindi word Bohli meaning “heavily wrinkled” and Kutta meaning “dog”. This breed was developed during the British Colonial rule in India and primarily used for sporting purposes.
Description: The Bully Kutta is very muscular and thick boned breed of dogs. This breed has a short smooth coat which is usually white in color, however black, fawn, harlequin, red and brindle markings varies in different dogs. The muzzle of this breed is black, and the mouth and skin around the neck is loose. Their brisket is deep, and limbs are well muscled. The back of this dog breed is long with the tail tapering to the fine point. The Bully Kutta has a long and graceful stride.
Temperament: These dogs are known for their aggressive and protective temperament; therefore, they have a strong guarding instinct. With proper socialization at an early stage, these dogs can become good companion dogs. They are not recommended for timid dog owners or first time dog owner. With their great strength and large size, these dogs need experienced owner who can provide suitable training that these dogs require.