PITBULL MUSCLE BUILDER!
This is page 3 of Mr Pitbull's Best Secrets for building muscles on dogs. If you have not already done so, I recommend that you start on... PAGE ONE - CLICK HERE Page one begins with the foundation elements you will want to start with to build muscles on a dog.
On this page, we continue with questions concerning muscle builders for dogs from our mailbag. Make sure to pay close attention to the my picks for the best products you can give a dog as a muscle builder.
Baron from Russellville Arkansas asks:
Dear Mr Pitbull, My dog Sasha is pregnant and I was wondering how much she should or should not be exercised?
EXERCISE A PREGNANT FEMALE?
Baron, I'm going to first assume that Sasha is getting regular checkups and is in good health. If so, then you want to make absolutely sure she is getting a good work out each day and the right dog supplements. Click here to learn what MUSCLE BUILDERS I use on my dogs. You don't want to over do it, this is no time to try to build muscles on a dog. But she should participate in her regular exercise activities. If she is not currently being exercised, you need to start. Start slowly and build up to it. Most of my females love the flirt pole activity, so I keep them doing that everyday. This is not the time to think about adding muscle to a dog. Too, the dogs that like to chase after a ball or the KONG Xtreme (which I absolutely love) I make sure they get a lot of work at that as well. I will exercise my pregnant females right up to the day they start nesting.
I read a book once, written by Sir Douglas Mawson who was an Antarctic explorer who used sled dogs. I was surprised to learn that they would use pregnant females working hard pulling their sleds right up to the time of birth. So I don't believe a half hour a day of workout is going to be overdoing it; again, as long as your dogs are used to it. Doing it this way, my pitbull females, two weeks after giving birth, could compete in any dog show and other then the hanging tits, look top notch. The healthier your dog is, the easier the delivery will be and the greater chance she will have a healthy litter. Again, this is no time to try to build muscle on a dog. Make sure you are giving Sasha a good dog supplement, such as
Jimmy from Wichita Kansas asks:
Dear Mr PitBull, I have a beautiful Pitbull named Ginger, who is a Razors Edge and Gotti. She weighs just 55 pounds and so I want to put some more weight on her; what can I do?
Trophy Dyne High Calorie Animal Supplement which are designed to add weight and muscle on a dog. The key for gaining weight and muscles on a dog is finding a quality food source your dog enjoys and keeping your dog healthy with muscle builder supplements.
HOW DO YOU BUILD MUSCLES ON A DOG AND GAIN WEIGHT TOO?
First make sure she does not have any underlying health condition such as WORMS. Chances are unless your vet says otherwise, your dog is probably at the correct weight. Don't think your dog needs to GAIN WEIGHT because she doesn't look muscular like mine. Most pitbulls are slim. One way to help your dog gain weight is to feed a high quality food. There is no need to feed more than once a day for your dog to gain weight unless your dog is really being put to work and burning a lot of calories. There are a number of dog weight gain formulas and techniques for packing weight and muscles on a dog.
To help a dog gain weight and muscles I would order
Editors note: To learn how to help a dog gain weight, read this article: MR PITBULL'S BEST WEIGHT GAIN TIPS FOR DOGS
GRIZZLY SALMON OIL SUPPLEMENT in Pump-Bottle Dispenser, 32 Ouncesis the right size for one dog. When you read the reviews, note that a lot of people use this muscle builder supplement for their dogs and love it. If you have already been using a fish oil muscle builder supplement for your dog, you will want to get the gallon size below. Make sure you read the reviews.
It is a proven fact that the Omega-3 found in Salmon oil does wonders for a dogs coat and is an excellent muscle builder. It is also believed that the fatty acids found in Salmon oil has a variety of health benefits that will help a dog's muscle building process. Many top pitbull breeders would not think of doing without Salmon oil for their dogs. I like to buy this is in five gallon buckets for my dogs muscle building, but the
What is the difference between fish oil and salmon oil as a muscle builder for dogs? Fish oil is a mix of a number of different species of fish depending on what is available. Salmon ranks as the highest when it comes to the Omega-3 fatty oils. Fish such as tuna, sardine and cod are also considered fatty fish with Omega-3 fatty oils, but have less than 1/4 the amount of Omega-3 fatty acids as Salmon oil. That is why I strongly recommend Salmon oil as an important element in muscle building for dogs.
How does Salmon oil compare to Flax seed oil as muscle builder for dogs? There is no comparison; Salmon oil is far superior as a muscle builder for dogs. Both contain Omega-3, but Flax seed oil is a different type of Omega-3 that the body has to try to convert to build muscle. It is generally believed that less that 5% of the Omega-3 in flax seed oil is used by the body. Salmon oil is thus far superior when building muscles in dogs.
Don't forget to feed the right dog food