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puppy play: Doing it doggystyle

By October 02, 2013

puppy play is here and it isn’t going anywhere, so deal with it. 

This new found fetish, play and lifestyle has become increasingly popular amongst the leather community.  I myself identify as a puppy and my breed and name have been given to me by my puppy Trainer, Trainer Ky, who is also my husband. 

If you didn’t know, puppy play is when a person (doesn’t matter what gender) acts out the behavior, mindset, mannerisms of a four legged puppy.  Each puppy usually has a specific breed that represents their own mannerisms.  For example my puppy breed is a Hungarian Vizsla, which is described as a pointer-retriever breed medium sized hunter dog.  Vizsla’s are very excellent nose with high trainability.  Usually Vizsla are lively, affectionate, sensitive, fearless, loyal protective and gentle; but only usually bark or growl is provoked.  Physically their coats are brownish red in color coming out with a solid rust color.  They are called Velcro Dogs. 

Looking at all these characteristics my Trainer is the one who made this determination that I am a Hungarian Vizsla.

Here are some really good things to think about when in puppy mode for Trainers and for pups. 

1)    Trainers before puppy play, always make sure you clear all breakables and sharp objects from the space.  If the pup is in puppy space will honestly sometimes not be aware of things around them while in the head space.  Make sure the space is clean, and know what your puppy is allergic to, to protect them in that certain space.

2)    Get a feeling on what a puppy actually sees.  I suggest getting on all fours (yeah I mean ALL FOURS) and look at how their world is at their level.  

3)    I BIND YOU NANCY, okay I will say that I do not bind any puppy I play with.  If you do be VERY careful.  Circulation in the legs is highly important.  Some people bind and have no problem at all.  Just be careful and make sure you check on the puppy’s legs to make sure they are getting circulation.  

4)    DO NOT SHARE TOYS sharing toys often can be dangerous.  Face it we are human and our gums bleed even without us knowing.  I mean you wouldn’t shove a toy in your ass that someone else has had up their ass without washing it.  I mean come on, We do live in a time of diseases like Hep C.

5)    Puppy mitts, knee pads and boots are a must.   If you do not have any I suggest duck taping your knuckles like a boxer would.  I was irresponsible and I let one of my puppies play without mitts and her knuckles bled.  OUCH. She came to me whimpering and showed me her paw.  I felt like a dick, but I learned my lesson.  Also puppies can injure their feet without proper protective boots.  

6)    Puppy mask isn’t necessary but if your Trainer decides you deserve one, get one that might look like the breed of the puppy.

7)    MAKE SURE YOUR PUPPY HAS THEIR SHOTS……..you know what I mean lol

8)    Be attentive to your puppy’s needs.  Not all puppies are social creatures and some are darn right mean.  If your puppy is mean please do NOT take them to a puppy mosh.   At International Mr. Leather I saw a mean puppy that was taking down by four puppies at one time.  You have been warned, just letting you know it could happen, and don’t be surprised if it does.  

9)    HAVE YOU SEEN MY DOG:  If you collar a puppy, puppy tags are a requirement.  Please make sure you have the puppy name and your phone number on the back of the tags.  Also with any collar make your puppy’s neck doesn’t have an allergic reaction to it.  

10)    CLEAN UP AFTER YOUR PUPPY………need I say more.  If your puppy shits I hope you have a plastic bag.