This impressive working dog is sometimes seen as the Pakistani version of the Indian Bull Terr breed, but there are clear appearance and temperament differences. The Pakistani Gull Terr has drop ears, unlike the erect ears of the Indian Bullterrier, but there is also some difference in terms of physical built. The Gull Terr is taller and a bit more broad-chested and it comes in three main types, separated by size and use. The Pakistani Terrier shouldn't be confused with the Gull Dong, this is a separate breed. Athletic and tenacious, the Gull Terr is chiefly a valued fighting dog, but is also used for bear baiting and property guarding duties. The most prized fighting specimens are said to come from the legendary Kohat region, but the Bullygullterr isn't the same breed as the Kohati Bulldogge.
Although easier to train than some of its cousins, this is still a very aggressive and confrontational breed, best suited for experienced owners. Muscular, well-boned and agile, the Gull Terr is a powerful working Molosser. Unfortunately, just like the majority of the Indian Bull Terr population, most Pakistani Gull Terrs are born deaf and many have skin allergies.
The short smooth coat is uniform white in color. The size varies depending on the specific type, but the average height ranges from 20 inches to the dogs that are 26 inches tall.