A new video has captured The Hulk — the world’s biggest Pit Bull — towering over the family’s baby, looking every bit the guard dog that he is!
The enormous canine weighs in at an astonishing 175 lbs. The huge Pit Bull is owned by Dark Dynasty K9s, from New Hampshire, whose website tells us that they specialize in “breeding and training the finest American Pitbull Terriers”.
The Hulk, who towers above his humans when standing up on his hind legs, became an internet sensation after a video of him shared on YouTube has been viewed more than 1.2 million a year ago.
“This tiny human is my friend!”
Here is the video:
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And here are the highlights:
Hulk (pictured with his owner Marlon Grennan and his son Jordan) is the world’s biggest Pit Bull, weighing 175 lbs, and can snap a man’s arm like a toothpick.
The eight Pit Bull puppies could collectively fetch $500,000, provided they all go through their owner Marlon Grennan’s training school and become elite guard dogs.
And the owners hope that at least one of the new litter could grow up big enough to steal their father’s crown as the biggest Pit Bull. Grennan said:
This is definitely one of the most valuable litters we have had. If the litter were all trained as protection dogs they could be worth in excess of half-a-million dollars, absolutely.
In about five to seven weeks we’ll start to see them separate out and get a good idea of just how big they will get.
Hulk is seen cuddling up to his six-day-old puppies.
Their papa isn’t a legend for no reason but the potential to have another record-breaking world famous dog amongst his puppies is definitely there.
Most of them are already sold. That’s just how well thought of Hulk’s bloodline is thought of.
Each of the giant Pit Bull’s puppies would sell for up to $30,000 at birth — that is, without any training — just because their father is Hulk.
But if they went through Grennan’s rigorous training to become elite protection dogs, he says they could sell for $55,000 apiece, or more.
Jordan Grennan takes a bath with Hulk and two of his adorable puppies, which are now five weeks old.
Hulk, who became a social media sensation when he was revealed to the world earlier this year, has also been trained as a protection dog at Grennan’s Dark Dynasty K9s in New Hampshire.
Dark Dynasty K9s provides protection dogs to celebrities, billionaires and other wealthy individuals, as well as to law enforcement services around the world.
Hulk has been trained to attack and release on command and to leap and attack would-be assailants in and on cars.
However, Marlon Grennan, a former boxer, and wife Lisa Grennan, trust Hulk enough to allow him around their three-year-old son, Jordan, and even bite-train with him.
In fact, when they are not training, the two love bathing and singing together, with Hulk howling as Jordan plays the harmonica.
The parents trust Hulk enough to allow him around their three-year-old son, Jordan, and even bite-train with him.
Lisa Grennan said:
Hulk is an awesome, well-balanced dog and he doesn’t get phased by the sort of things that might upset or distract another dog.
Jordan has never been bitten by any of our dogs and I would never put him in a position to have that happen. He is 100 per cent safe when he is working with the dogs.
Hulk is a gentle giant and a great father. He will think nothing of laying down and licking his young puppies and is very gentle with them. He is an awesome dad.
The Grennans’ dog is almost three-times as big as a normal Pit Bull.
Marlon Grennan has been offered thousands of dollars to sell Hulk in the past, but he has declined because he considers the giant Pit Bull as part of the family. He said:
I love this dog so much I honestly can’t even put it into words. There are no words to describe it.
He is a truly phenomenal dog.
Hulk, the world’s biggest Pit Bull, cuddles up to his puppies.
At 18 months, The Hulk was proclaimed to be the biggest Pit Bull on Earth.
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The Hulk — the biggest Pit Bull on Earth.
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