Please note that contracts for pup play, role play or power exchange are not legally binding.
Are you curious about Pup Play? Have you ever wanted to take on the playful persona of a puppy or take care of/train your own loyal human pup? This practical guide gives you a useful tool to explore your deepest fantasies.
Engaging in human pup play can involve a wide range of activities where one person assumes the dominant role of a handler/owner/trainer/leashholder and the other is a human pup. Pup play can involve a sexual or non‐sexual dynamic. Sharing this lifestyle with another can be an incredibly rewarding intimate experience.
This Contract is designed to help you define your pup play dynamic and to negotiate on every aspect of your roles. It does not provide training, care or sexual how-to instructions. These should be researched, negotiated and planned ahead of each session.
Just remember, human pups are still humans. This means they eat human food (not dog food), go to a human doctor (not the vet) and do NOT wear a shock collar. These are some common misconceptions about pup play. Your pup will also need exercise designed for human bodies to keep them healthy and strong. Be sure to research every aspect about taking care of a human pup BEFORE starting your dynamic. A healthy human makes a happy human pup.
The list of activities in this Contract may seem overwhelming but it’s only there to show you what’s on offer. No single person could possibly enjoy all the activities listed. Every relationship is different. It’s about exploring and finding those activities you enjoy together.
Many human pup relationships aren’t even sexual (the pup simply enjoys being instinctive, frivolous and playful whilst the handler/owner enjoys the loyal, loving affection from their pup and they thrive on the connection they share). How you go about your dynamic is completely up to you.
Remember to keep it safe, sane and consensual. If you don’t know much about an activity, research it together. At whatever level you’re ready to get involved, keep your communication open and give each other feedback. You can always make changes to your arrangement.