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||Bully Gull Terr
|Country of origin
|Not recognized by any major kennel club
Gull Dong, also known as the Pakistan Bull Dog,
is a breed of dog used
for protection and dog fighting.
The Gull Dong has different colors i.e white, black and brindle. Gull Dongs are mostly
taller than other Pakistani dog breeds. The Gull Dong is a
muscular and very powerful Molosser, strongly built and resilient,
deep-chested and with a massive skull a very athletic and
surprisingly agile breed. The coat is short, smooth and flat.
Minimum height is 32 inches maximum height is 42 inches espesically
for males. This massive breed weighs around 70 to 120 kilos.
The Gull Dong is a very aggressive breed and hard to control.
They need to be socialized properly in the early age. If one is
thinking to adopt a Gull Dong he better pick one in puppyhood. The
Gull Dong is a rugged and serious working breed, very
dog-aggressive and wary of people it doesn't know, and not suited
for the life of an urban companion, due to its sharp temperament
and wariness of strangers, although it can be very loyal and
devoted to its master. Intelligent and very alert, the Bully Gull
Terr makes an excellent watchdog, but it requires responsible
handling and proper training. Gull Dongs are protective of what
they perceive as their territory and will guard it against any
intruder. They bond strongly with their immediate families and show
extreme loyalty and protectiveness towards them.
The Gull Dong is found in Pakistan and known as a Pakistani
breed but this breed existed in colonial India before Pakistan came into being. Although
the true history of Gull Dong breed is not known because this breed
was not bred in a recognized kennel club in colonial India or
Pakistan however the Gull Dong is known to be a cross between the
Bully Kutta and the
Gull Terr. The Gull Dong
in Pakistan is used for dog fighting, security purposes and also
used for bear baiting.