Not to be confused with the ancient Indian Sindh Mastiff breed, the Pakistani Sindh Mastiff was developed as a fighter by crossing the Sindh dogges with the Bully Kutta. Also known as the Sindhi Bully, this large Molosser is a ferocious and powerful working dog, sometimes used as a property guardian, on top of its fighting duties. Handled by experienced enthusiasts, the Pakistani Sindhi Bully Kutta is an obedient and relaxed mastiff when not working, but is very aggressive towards other dogs and is a prized "sport" contestant in its homeland. It is another breed falsely listed as a Bully Kutta in the West.
Large, massive and well-boned, the Sindhi Bully has a large head, a strong neck and a deep chest. The ears are sometimes cropped for working specimens, but unaltered dogs are quite common. The back is straight and the legs are long and sturdy.
The coat is short and flat, coming in a variety of colorings, mostly fawn and brindle with white markings. Average height is around 33 inches.