Doberman Pinscher/Akbash
Picture of Hulk, a male Doberman Pinscher/Akbash

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Home:Chesaw, WA  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Rainbow Bridge
Quick Bio:

October 15th 1999

Anything, as long as he is doing it with his human person

Having to stay home, when his person leaves

Favorite Toy:
Tug rope

Favorite Food:

Favorite Walk:
In the show ring or in a parade

Best Tricks:
Hulk is a local obedience champion. (Is that a trick?--maybe not.) he likes to "high five" also

Arrival Story:
I had suffered the loss of two beloved dogs within a two month period. My friend, a breeder/trainer (check her out- ) -brought Hulk over for me to baby sit for a while. There were "girls" in season, and Hulk, out of frustration, had quit eating! My job was to get him to start eating again. It was love at first sight for both of us, and Julie agreed that with me is the home that Hulk wanted and needed.

Hulk was the biggest puppy in the litter, so the breeders named him after Hulk Hogan. The name fits. We used to wrestle, but I gave it up after he gave me a bloody nose. Hulk won the grand championship award in obedience competition two years in a row at the county fair. He was declared grand champion in fitting and showing the first year, and came in second the second year to his "sister", Breanna.

Forums Motto:
The incredible Hulk-king of the mountain

The Groups I'm In:
******big dogs only********

I've Been On Dogster Since:
May 11th 2004 More than 12 years!

I Was In The:
2004-2005 Holiday
Picture Party

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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The World according to Hulk

The girls are gone

May 15th 2013 9:30 am
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Greeting from (the incredible) Hulk!

Well, winter has been gone since early April.....Spring is giving way to Summer. Dad and I have been working on fire wood. We had a few hot days last week...temperature in the high 90s, but it has cooled down some now.

The girls (chickens) have moved away. They have gone to live with the neighbors chickens. Dad and I are gone much of the time, and rather than have the neighbor come up to feed the girls, we allowed them to leave home. They send a dozen eggs to us occasionally, so it is working out okay.

Dad and I are planning to go to visit Charlene and Greg (my human sister and brother-in-law) next month. They are having their annual community yard sale, and we will be taking a truck load of our junk (oops!.....treasures) in hope of making enough $$$$ to pay for our travel expenses.

We have also planned our annual Family camping trip. It will take place over the fourth of July this year. I can hardly wait.

That's all for now!
Hulk H. Komar


Stupid Groundhog

February 3rd 2013 8:23 am
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Greetings from the frozen north! This is (the incredible) Hulk, barking to you from Beautiful Downtown Chesaw, in the mountains of north central Washington state.

I have been up to my collar in snow for quite a while now, and am ready for spring! I was happy when February 2nd dawned with an overcast shadow to frighten that stupid groundhog, this year, I thought to myself! But then, guess what??? About mid-morning, the clouds went away and the sun shone brightly. Well, the groundhog had just come out of his hole and when he saw his shadow, he was so frightened he retreated into his hole. So now there will be six weeks more winter! Stupid groundhog!


The frozen north

January 6th 2013 10:43 am
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Well, it has been a while since I last wrote, I decided to bark all the news, which isn't very much..........nothing much ever happens on our mountain side. Sandy Claws came right on schedule. He is very quiet; I didn't hear him come again this year. As always, he brought me a lot of treats, and this year he brought a new blanket, actually a quilt. I have been sleeping on it every night since. When we go to visit Charlene, my (human)sister, I plan to fold up my quilt and put it in my crate so I can lie on it while we are there.

We have had snow on the ground since the first week in November. At first, I enjoyed running around plowing snow with my nose, but now I am getting tired of winter. I can hardly wait for spring. We have about twenty inches now, and the weather lady said there is more on the way.

Our girls (the chickens) refuse to come out of their house. They are blaming Dad for the snow, and have decided not to give him any eggs until he makes the snow go away.

Our friend Bill came up with his snow plow to clear our driveway a while back, but he got stuck in the ditch. While he and Dad worked to free his truck, I helped by barking encouragement from inside the gate.

Your pal,
(the incredible) Hulk H. Komar

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