Here are popular Pakistan Dog Breeds
Bully Kutta pakistani mastiff
Name Gaddi Kutta Origin: India Life expectancy: 10 to 12 years Temperament: Intelligent, Gentle, Calm, Territorial Height: Male: 56–79 cm, Female: 51–7 cm Weight: Male: 40–45 kg, Female: 35–40 kg Favorite food: at least 500 – 700g per meal, red meat like pork and mutton. Red meat is high in calories, Cost: INR 5000 to 20,000 (US $75–300)
Indian pariah dog
The Vikhan Sheepdog, also called the Vikhan Dog or simply the Vikhan, is a dog breed that originates in the northwestern Indian subcontinent, specifically the Chitral region of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan, as well as the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. It is used as a livestock guardian dog, as well as a leopard hunting dog, due to its great speed and fierce temperament. The name is derived from the Sanskrit "vikh", and also indicates the hilly country of origin of the dog. The Vikhan’s body is built for speed than strength. It also makes a formidable property watchdog.
Pakistani Sheperd Bhagyari dog
Pakistani Sheperd / Pagyari Kutta Pakistani Shepherd Dogs are very strong and muscular dogs. They have a rounded forehead and dark, almond-shaped eyes. Their lips are black and their nose is mostly black. Their feet have very hard soles. Adult Pakistani Shepherd Dogs have erect ears. The coat of the Pakistani Shepherd Dog is usually black and tan but can be gold, and some can come in white, which is rare but does occur. The colors vary from region to region. The Pakistani Shepherd Dog is a breed from Pakistan that has been used for herding and protection for centuries. The word “Bhagyari” comes from the root word of the Punjabi language "Bhagyaar," which means "wolf." "Kutta" means "dog." This breed is mostly found in the province of Punjab and Sindh in Pakistan. There are different theories on the origin of the Bhagayari Kutta. According to the most popular theory, the Pakistani Shepherd Dog originated between a wolf and a domestic dog of some type, hence the name Pakistani Shepherd Dog (meaning “wolf dog”). If you have ever seen an Asian (Pakistani) Wolf, you will see that the Pakistani Shepherd Dog really resembles that type of wolf.