Bully Kutta

The Bully Kutta, also known simply as the bully or the Pakistani Mastiff, is a breed of domestic dog. The breed originated the Punjab and Sindh areas of Pakistan, where it was most often used as a guard dog. The first part of its name, Bully, is derived from the English word bull and from its similarities to bulldogs, while the second term, Katta, means dog in many South-Asian languages. This breed reaches an average weight between 140 and 210 pounds and a height between 28 and 35 inches, with females growing smaller than males.

Image Caption: The picture is of Modern Bully Kutta not fully mature. One and a Half years old. Will have more mass after the end of 2 years. Credit: Mintoo44/Wikipedia (CC BY-SA 3.0)