Get brief info of rare Bully Kutta dog breed

Get brief info of rare Bully Kutta dog breed

Bully Kutta is a unique breed of dog that originated in the Indian subcontinent and Pakistan (Panjab). This aggressive dog is very rare in other parts of the world and is hard to find. 

In this article and by Dogtoa.com, you can get brief info of rare Bully Kutta dog breed.

Some dog lovers take the Bully Kutta puppy as a souvenir to their country if they travel to Pakistan or India.

For the first time in the world, the Great Persian Empire used this dog as an infantryman.

Properly trained, the Bully Kutta can serve as a brave guard for its owner.  It all depends on the type of training of this dog, for example, if you want the Bully Kutta dog to be social, I have to say which this is possible and Bully Kutta will become a good friend and companion for you.

The cost of keeping and feeding this dog is a bit expensive. I think that the lovers and owners of Bully Kutta, never want their dog become a weak and thin. If you want to have this breed of dog, so it is reasonable to take good care of them and pay for your Bully Kutta's dog food.

Bully Kutta's dog skin is loose and thin, but hard and firm. This is a distinctive feature of this breed. The skin around the jaw and neck is wide. The muscles of the chest are strong and deep. One of its most important features is its very muscular structure, and its thick bones. They have large, strong and developed jaws. Their gait is very similar to that of a lion. Their skin has a short and smooth cover, which usually with white, fawn, black and various colors.

This predator of the east are breeds which very intelligent and noble. This dog is very rebellious and is only recommended to experienced dog owners and trainers. As mentioned earlier, keeping and caring for them can be very difficult, as well as costly, depending on the dog owner. No need to be surprised because this smart dog is very trainable and is very loyal to its owner and trainer and protects their property well.

Repeated as a reminder, it's a misconception that a Bully Kutta dog is dangerous in any situation, it really isn't, and it all depends on your skill in training this rare breed of dog.

The most effective way to harness, control and train a Bully Kutta is to use proper exercise, coaching, and proper training. The process of training a Bully Kutta dog by a dog owner and trainer who has a lot of experience in the field of keeping and training guard and aggressive dogs will definitely be much faster.

You really have to be interested in the Bully Kutta dog to be able to live with.

The Bully Kutta dog breed usually communicates well and very lovingly with children.

It is mainly used for protection and guarding purposes, but sometimes unfortunately it is also used to betting at fight with other dogs, because it has a lot of power over other dogs and is very aggressive towards strangers.

A Bully Kutta breed lives an average of 8 to 10 years old. An adult female Bully Kutta dog weighs is average of 120-170 pounds (54-77 kg) and a male Bully Kutta dog weighs is 140-240 pounds (64-109 kg). A male Bully Kutta dog height is 27-35 inches (69-89 cm) and a female Bully Kutta dog height is 22-28 inches (51-71 cm), also usually a female Bully Kutta can give birth to 8-10 puppies per delivery.

Of course, the powerful Bully Kutta dog does not get sick easily and is very resilient.  But gastrointestinal upset or bloating can sometimes occur, so it's best to see a veterinarian right away.  Always try to brush your dog's teeth, toothbrushes and all the tools your dog needs are available in the pet shop.

The Bully Kutta dog is very interested in sport and walking and in fact needs it.

Bully Kutta dogs loves to walk beside or behind their owners, and that means they love to have leader.

There are various theories about the origin of this breed, but the most logical theory is that the Bully Kutta breed was and still is used on the Indian subcontinent and Pakistan for hunting, security, and many purposes.

Some believe that the origin of Bully Kutta was in the deserts of the Indus River.

Some say that the Bully Kutta is the result of a mix of Bulldog and Terrier dogs with local dogs by British soldiers in India and Pakistan.

Anyway, this rare and lovable large dog needs proper training and maintenance, and it is recommended that you never use violence when training a Bully Kutta.

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