Activities For Bully Kuttas

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Introduction

If you’re a dog lover, then you’ll see all dogs as beautiful creatures in need of love, interaction, attention, and of course, exercise. However, while a Bully Kutta is an exceptional breed of dog with a lot of love to give, it’s also one that requires plenty of training and exercise. A Bully Kutta, which consists of five common variations, is a high-energy breed that needs a dominant, experienced owner. When raised right, they are good with children and other dogs, are loving, playful, and make loyal pets. However, to get them to that point, you need to take the time to train them and provide them with hours of exercise on a weekly basis. To help, we’ve included a few of the many possible activity options to stimulate both body and mind.

Dog Park

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Any Day
Free
Easy
1 - 2 hrs
Items needed
Doggy Waste Bag
Leash
Treats
Toys
Activity description

While you might have an average-sized backyard that’s suitable for an average-sized dog, it’s still most likely not going to be big enough to satisfy a Bully Kutta. As a dog that can grow as large as 200 pounds, they need plenty of space to burn off all that pent-up energy. Therefore, if you live in an apartment, a Bully Kutta is the last dog you should consider adopting. If you do own one, you’ll find that trips to the dog park in any weather are well-received by your pup. They will love being able to run around, chase toys, interact with other dogs, and get treats when they behave.  

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Find a suitable park
When you’re looking for activities for your Bully Kutta, a dog park is a valid option. However, you first need to find one that caters to both your requirements and those of your pup. Many dog parks don’t separate little dogs from big dogs, and given the size of a Bully Kutta, it’s in your best interests to find one that caters to big dogs. It’s also a good idea to find one within a reasonably close distance to home. Therefore, you’ll be more motivated to grab your pooch and head down for some fun. You’ll enjoy the walk, and your dog will enjoy the new adventure.
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Pack a bag of gear
When you head to a dog park, you can’t arrive empty-handed. As your Bully Kutta needs a considerable amount of exercise every week, there’s every reason to believe you can be there for one or two hours. Therefore, you need to pack waste bags so you can clean up after them, treats for any training you intend on doing, toys for play, and of course, their leash. It may also be a good idea to pack some water for both of you, and some snacks for yourself.
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Head to the park
Once you’ve got everything you need for your outing, it’s time to get going! Your Bully Kutta is bound to be excited by the possibility of meeting new friends and running around, so be sure to keep him contained on a leash until you get to your destination. While there, don’t leave your pup to their own devices. Instead, throw toys, try to teach them new tricks, and interact with them. The more mental and physical stimulation they get, the better it is for them.
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Training Classes

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Any Day
Moderate
Normal
1 hr
Items needed
Treats
Leash
Activity description

Bully Kuttas can be the most loyal, faithful, well-trained dogs, but if you don’t put time and effort into teaching them commands, then they can also be an exceptionally challenging dog to handle. You need to assert your authority, provide them with boundaries, and show them that you’re in charge. Training classes, therefore, make the perfect activity for them. You will find they can be quite affordable, you can complete them in all weather, and your dog will love the mental stimulation and reward from taking part. What’s more, it’s yet another outing they get to enjoy with you. 

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Learn your dog's weak points
All dogs should know the basics such as come here, heel and sit. However, if you’re not an experienced dog owner or didn’t put much effort in when they were a puppy, you may find they aren’t the top of their class when it comes to obedience. Before your first lesson, take note of all behaviors you believe need to be altered. You might find they don’t come when called, don’t sit when asked, or snatch food when you’ve asked them to be gentle. Anything you feel you, as a dog owner, can learn for the benefit of your dog, you should be writing down.
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Find a training class
Most training classes cater to dogs of a certain age – the most common being that puppy age of between eight weeks and six months. However, if your dog is a little older, don’t fear. There are also plenty of training classes that help older dogs to learn new training techniques as well. While the adage says that “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” you’ll find that it’s easier than you think. Find an experienced trainer who is capable of managing large breeds, and if you can find one that has experience with Bully Kuttas, that’s even better. The most important consideration to make when choosing a training class, too, is making sure the lessons they provide are consistent. Training takes repetition, so the more sessions you attend, the better.
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Begin training
Taking your pampered pooch to a training class is going to benefit both you and them. However, it’s you that’s going to take the lead. All the new tips and tricks you learn in a class you can then spend time putting into practice. Your pup will love the attention you’re paying to them, and you will enjoy knowing you have more control over your dog while at home and out in public. Training sessions typically run for an hour, so there’s every reason to exert their energy during this session, then spend an extra hour at home running through what you’ve already learned.
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Beach Trip

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Sunny Day
Free
Easy
1 - 2 hrs
Items needed
Doggy Waste Bag
Leash
Toys
Towels
Activity description

Bully Kuttas are dogs that benefit from wide open spaces. While you might think your backyard is enough to satisfy their physical requirements, they can soon get bored and find themselves in trouble. A bored Bully Kutta can start digging holes, getting into mischief, trying to escape, and may even try to lead your other pets astray as well. Therefore, it’s in your best interests to include a trip to the beach on a sunny day. All you need is a harness or leash, a waste bag, your dog, and you’re ready to go. Even better, a trip to the beach costs nothing but is a rewarding experience for both you and man’s best friend. 

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Find a dog-friendly beach
We are lucky to have an abundance of stunning beaches close by, but while they’re suitable for us to sunbathe and lounge on, not all are ideal for dogs. Therefore, if you’re thinking about taking your dog to the beach, it’s a good idea to find one that actively encourages dogs to visit. Fortunately, there are many beaches like it in the United States. Some have watering facilities, dog showers, and off-leash zones too. Once you find one close by, you then must consider your dog’s temperament. Traditionally, people bred Bully Kuttas for their often-aggressive temperament. While training and adequate blending into family life make them the perfect family pet, you have to ensure you fully trust them before taking them to a crowded area with children and other animals.
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Head to the beach
Load up your dog, a couple of towels and your dog’s leash, then hit the road! A trip to the beach is bound to get your Bully Kutta’s tail wagging, and a bit of fun in the sun won’t do you any harm either. If you want your dog to have as little distraction as possible, head to a more isolated part of the beach. You may need to walk for a few hundred meters, but then you and your pup can run on the sand, swim in the sea, and get that much-needed exercise that will do you both the world of good.
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Food Puzzles

Bully Kuttas are an intelligent breed of dog which means mental stimulation is necessary and highly beneficial. You can create food puzzles out of cardboard boxes with holes for food to drop out of, or you can purchase pre-made ones as well. These puzzles help your dog to learn problem-solving while making them work for their treats. 

Dog Day Boarding

Even though Bully Kuttas require a lot of stimulation, you still need to make a living. Therefore, your beloved pup may end up spending a lot of time at home alone. If that’s the case, you may like to consider day boarding. There are plenty of dog facilities that enable you to drop your dog off in the morning, let them burn off energy all day with other dogs, then allow you to pick them up again after work. It’s a similar concept to a daycare center, but for a pampered pooch. 

Conclusion

Dogs that don’t get enough exercise can get a little husky, and they can also become a bit of a handful when left to their own devices. If you find that your Bully Kutta is bored, getting into mischief and is becoming hard to handle, it might be time to brighten up their day with one of many fun activities for dogs. You’re sure to find that at least one of those mentioned above will provide hours of entertainment for both you and them.