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  • A bully kutta is occasionally known as an overall title for large aggressive dogs at India. To puppy lovers and a few breeders, the Bully Kutta is a different breed of dog. But, others disagree and say its only a word for several of the fighting dogs of Northern Pakistan.
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  • And Kutta is a word of Punjabi or Urdu language which means "dog." Thus, Bully Kutta means "heavily wrinkled dog." Bully Kutta is a powerful, high energy dog. Extremely dominating and territorial. The dog truly has a ferocious temperament. These dogs, after all, have descended from ancient notable war dogs.
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  • The Bully Kutta is a large breed of working dog which is used for hunting and guarding. It is also known by some other names such as Alangu Mastiff, Indian Mastiff, Indo-Pakistani Mastiff, Sindhi Mastiff, Indo-Pakistani Bully and Indian Bully.
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  • The Bully Kutta is a large breed originating in areas of Pakistan (and India to a lesser extent). They bear resemblance to many other bully breeds and are modernly guardian and companion dogs.


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