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Discussion in 'Social & Current Events' started by Samurai_assassin, Dec 1, 2019.
They beat me to it!
Beautiful dog and such a integral part of the culture of Pakistan.
Sadly many Pakistanis don't seem to care about it or outright condemn keeping dogs as dirty and unislamic, this is mostly expats though.
I love Alaskan Husky ,,,, very stubborn dog and very moody , but has extreme beauty.
in making your way to USA ?
Pakistanis should treasure the animals of our land which Almighty Allah has blessed us with. The Houbara Bustard bird of Sindh, Markhor of GB and Bully Kutta of Punjab are integral parts of our cultural landscape. It is of great unfortunate and disgust how our people treat these animals for hunting sport and fighting.
Snow leapords are already in decline. In the 1990s (possibly even today) The British animal charity RSPCA made TV commercials asking for donations to help rescue and protect the wild cat.
We used to say in punjabi our childhood, "asal kutta tay fayr bully kutta ee honda ay, baqi saray kuttay dagg honday nay", "the real dog is the bully dog, the rest of the dogs are just stray dogs".
Only thing i like about Dogs in General is that they will literally die protecting you and what's yours .. That is one hell of a loyalty Allah has given this Animal , but honestly if i see that dog Guarding my Home , Hell I am not coming home hahahaha
If i ever have to own a dog which i might, cause of my wife I will pick some small and not so scary looking Dog .
but when it comes to big ones, I like Husky anyone has Husky here ?
I visited Pakistan earlier this year and i saw the odd person from time.to time taking their pet dog out for a walk in Bahria town Rawalpindi. Was rather amused because in other parts of the city there were stary dogs that everyone kept well away from.
Dogs are controversial animals in Pakistan, we are raised by seeing Stray dogs and hearing stories of people bitten by these Dogs and dying , so many of them are actually scared medium to big size dogs, including me ..
second reason is religion there is a famous theory ( don't know if its a Hadith ) that if a house has a Dog, than the Angels won't come in that house, for protection or blessing etc .. I can't say if its true or not but its one of the reason many people stay away from dogs, third in my area, houses are very close to each other and its like a town , so if one house owns a dog and it barks in night or day, or scary the kids than people will eventually complain and the dog has to go ..
Thanks Pakistani side Punjab for saving this breed
Meet my sweet heart Percy she is now 13 month old
Ive kept dogs all my life.
German shepherds, labs, dachshund, boxer, bully and even a wolf pup a local butcher caught back home in Balochistan.
Bullys are strong and beautiful animal.
I actually kept a fully grown up Bully for a few weeks but it was too much. Although it didnt hurt or show aggressiveness towards me but it was a big problem for others. Had to give to back to the guy i got it from.
Since than I havent kept a dog but my babys love for animals is making me consider adopting one.
Its either going to be a shepherd or a bully.
No offence but that doesnt really look like a pure bree Bully.
Its face is kinda narrow and its ears a bit too long and dull?
Also from what ive read this dog originated from Sindh rather than Panjab.