An ancient breed of dogs, alangu mastif (South Indian Mastif) is another ancestor of the kutts. Like most ancient species, the exact origin of the species is unknown. But there are assumptions that the long-standing ancestor of the alangu of the mastifs was a Tibetan dog from which most modern doses and mastifs occur.
Alangu Mastif is believed to have been brought to Greece by Xerx at 486-465 to N.E. And used as a combat dog by the Persian army, during the conquest of Punjab and the Inda Valley. In India, during the fighting, these dogs were put on their backs with fracks that were dusting, and they were horrified by fire and their fierceness at opponents during battles.
Later in India, the Mastifa alangu was used as a grassy dog in the king's yard, as well as to hunt large wildlife. ♪ ♪
Alangu was a lot of dogs, sometimes reaching a height of 90 cm and a weight of 100 kg. They were unusually powerful, strong jaws, heightened aggressiveness and disrespect. In Egyptian papires, there are things that said that Persian war dogs could easily eat the horse's leg and lead to the horror of the riders...
A lot of people are confusing the alangu of mastifs with a bunch of kutts, but you'll make sure that's what it is. different dog speciesand that the Southern Indian Mastif is only the basis on which a modern booth has been created.