The Gull Dong originates from Pakistan, where they were once used for bear baiting as they can be quite ferocious if trained properly. On the other side of the picture, these strong, muscular dogs are known for being extremely loyal to their family. However, they are very wary of strangers and protective of the families. While very intelligent, they are also very strong-willed. Training at a young age is recommended and be sure your dog knows his place in the pecking order in order for him to remain calmer.
Since the Gull Dong has very short hair, your pup won't need much in the way of serious grooming. You should, however, brush his coat once a week to remove dirt, dust, and any parasites. Bathe him when you think he needs it or talk to your vet about how often he should be bathed.
If you train your pup from an early age, he will know his place in the pack and learn to remain calm. These dogs make great companions as long as you are willing to put in the time needed to train them and always make sure your pup knows who the Alpha in the pack is.