Bully Kutta information is not exactly abundant and there is not a strict breed standard. What we do know is that they certainly have the "bully" look-- the name comes from the native language(s) terms "bohli" meaning heavily wrinkled and "kutta" meaning dog. They have muscular bodies with broad chests and heads, plenty of extra skin, and although owners tend to crop the ears the tail is left long. Bully Kuttas have short smooth coats and no color restrictions. Members of this breed range from big to bigger, standing anywhere from 28 to 40 inches at the shoulder and weighing in at a whopping 149-250 lbs!
This is not the breed for a first time owner. Training will be difficult and requires a firm, consistent pack leader that can immediately establish themselves as the alpha. Punishment based systems will be counter productive when training this difficult breed. If you want your Bully Kutta to be anything other than a die-hard protector (which comes naturally) it is imperative to train and socialize them early!
These dogs are known to be aggressive to both other dogs and people. Although they don't go around picking fights, they certainly won't back down from one if they feel it necessary. They are naturally protective and will fight to the death if necessary. Immediate socialization is required if this breed is desired for companionship and, if achieved, they form close bonds with their owners.
Many Bully experts contend this breed may be lazy if allowed to be, however, they need daily exercise-- and preferably a large yard. A few walks and plenty of playtime in the yard is how most owners keep their BKs fit. If yours will be an indoor pet with no yard they will need more outdoor time in the form of walks, hikes, games and tasks to ensure they don't become bored or obese.