World’s Largest Pit Bull Fathers Eight Puppies Worth Up to $500,000

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Meet Hulk: he is a 175-pound American bulldog and American pit bull terrier mix who made headlines earlier this year because of his enormous size. 

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Hulk lives in White Mountains, New Hampshire with his owners Marlon and Lisa Grennan. He just had eight puppies!

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The Grennans own a training school on a 15-acre, $1.5 million estate. They’re known for breeding and training American pit bull terriers.

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If trained at their school, each of the eight pups could cost up to $55,000.

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Marlon Grennan, 28, told the Daily Mail: “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.”

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The Grennans say that Hulk is so well-trained that they even let their 3-year-old son interact with him.

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Their goal is to show the world that when pit bulls are gentle and balanced, they can be the greatest dogs in the world. 

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The Grennans’ breeding of Hulk has also been met with a lot of scrutiny. According to the United Kennel Club, there can be serious issues with breeding American pit bull terriers this large: “Excessively large or overly massive dogs and dogs with a height and/or weight so far from what is desired as to compromise health, structure, movement and physical ability.”

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According to Bancroft TV, all the puppies were sold before they were even born. Check out Hulk and his new puppies in action:

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