- The huge dog’s puppies could be worth $800,000 when they are older
- Marlon Grennan’s training school hopes to help puppy Kobe in future
- The puppy fathered by pitbull Hulk could become another security dog
Matt Hunter For Mailonline
Hulk, the biggest pitbull in the world, has fathered eight puppies – one of which could be the next ‘ultimate protection dog’.
The huge pitbull’s puppies could be worth up to $800,000 if they complete owner Marlon Grennan’s training school to become security dogs in New Hampshire.
Marlon, 28, is currently training one of 12-stone Hulk’s puppies, eight-month-old Kobe.
The huge dog’s puppies could be worth $800,000 if they complete owner’s Marlon Grennan’s training school to become security dogs
Marlon, 28, is currently training one of Hulk’s puppies, eight-month-old Kobe
At the beginning of Kobe’s training the powerful puppy was reluctant to bite or tug, leading owner Marlon to push his training further
He said: ‘My reputation is built on how I breed and train my dogs. I’m looking for the next Hulk – the star of the future. And this dog is the star of the future.
‘Hulk is the most famous dog that I have but I am always looking for the next big thing so I’ve got to keep marching forward and I think we have something here.
‘Kobe is a wonderful dog, his father is the Hulk, he’s got great energy, great balance.’
At the beginning of Kobe’s training the powerful puppy was reluctant to bite or tug, leading Marlon to push his training further.
He has now been taught to attack and release on command as well as stop would-be assailants.
Marlon’s dogs are taught when to attack and when to desist as part of their training
Marlon’s Dark Dynasty K9s business supplies protection dogs to high-profile celebrities and billionaires as well as law enforcement around the world.
Owner Marlon said: ‘To me Kobe is absolutely priceless, I have no intentions of selling him, I absolutely want to make him the superstar that I know he can be.
‘But if I wanted to turn around and sell him tomorrow, I have already been offered $40,000 multiple times for him untrained based upon who he is and where he comes from.
‘Kobe as a fully-trained dog, I would easily get $100,000.’