Bully Dog aka Bully Kutta

Bully dog or Bully Kutta (dog) is a native of Sindh and adjoining areas of Pakistani Punjab. These are very strong dogs and are used for helping in hunting. When adult, standing at about 3 feet in height and weighing about 65 to 80 kilograms, it must be very imposing and fearful.
But at the same time, it is very protective about the owners especially the children. It has to be given proper training from the very beginning and then it becomes very useful to its owners.
Being the giant dog, this is meant for those who are experienced in keeping the dogs. Novices cannot handle it.
Due to its macho image, affluent Punjabis in the adjoining areas like Bathinda, Ferozepur and other bordering districts of Indian Punjab as well Sri Ganganagar district dominated by Punjabi farmers compete to acquire this dog. It comes with a whopping price tag between 1 lakh to 4 lakh in indian rupees. It is a prestige symbol like horse and bullet. Although some enterprising breeders have begun to breed them in Punjab itself but the demand is for the original stuff from Pakistan.
Every affluent Punjabi wants to have it in his backyard.
Bully dog in the context of Pakistan gives the first impression of term being used for an ISI fellow being. These dogs were popularised by the British who used them for hunting.
Frankly, I have not seen this dog myself. Recently there was an article on this subject in the newspaper and for the sake of curiosity took a look at the results of google searches. Here is one picture.

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