How To Bulk Up My Pitbull Naturally

Krystn is a passionate pet nutrition enthusiast. She has worked in the pet industry for over a decade and loves to share her passion for animal welfare with others. She loves all animals but is currently channeling some crazy cat lady vibes with her four lovable, but rebellious cats.

Include exercise in your dog’s routine

Having the right diet for your Pitbull works wonders, but it’s only a tiny part of the process.

Exercise is another essential component in building muscle. Start off with simple routines like walking and running.

After getting used to this routine, you can try other activities like weight pulling, tugging spring poles, and even running uphill.

Introducing weight sleds and weight vests also aid in maximum muscle workout. However, it’s essential to consider your dog’s enjoyment so they won’t get easily bored.

By doing these exercises, your dog’s muscles will tear apart. As scary as it sounds, this will actually allow the repair and rebuild process that results in muscle gain. This is also why it’s vital to start the diet plan prior to doing intense exercise.

How to Make Your Pitbull More Muscular

How To Bulk Up My Pitbull Naturally

As promised, this guide details all the ways your Pitbull can build more muscles. You can try all of these on your pet, but always proceed with caution as each Pitbull is unique, especially in its anatomy.

Without further ado, here are five proven ways to make your Pitbull more muscular:

Talk to Your Veterinarian

You don’t want to risk harming your pit bull with excessive amounts of exercise. That’s the reason that you should always seek the guidance of your veterinarian before proceeding with “extras.”

It’s particularly critical to get this guidance with regard to young or elderly canines. Veterinarians pay attention to everything from joints to muscle growth. That’s how they can determine appropriate fitness amounts.


How do I get my dog to bulk up?

Here are some of the best human foods to help your dog bulk up:
  1. Eggs – Raw, scrambled, over easy. …
  2. Cottage Cheese – Full fat.
  3. Lean meat – Raw or cooked to match their diet.
  4. Quinoa – It provides usable energy and is one of the only carbs that contains a full spectrum of essential amino acids needed for muscle building.