"Hello there. I am Pup Mischief. I am one of the puppies of SEA-PAH up here in Seattle Washington. Around this time two years ago I was living in Pennsylvania with my brother and some friends and I was down at my best friend Michelle's house. Her son was watching shows on demand provided through their cable company. He started watching National Geographic's Taboo and I was intrigued by all of the different things that were on the show. "
It seemed like the usual interrogation. The subject was reticent to reveal the desired information, and I was growing impatient. He knew he could bring it all to an end just by saying the words I wanted to hear, a little snippet of information could stop everything. He had endured being […]
"Above all I consider myself a Leatherman. I love the look, smell, feel of leather. Which has brought me into various kinks, such as boot-blacking and flogging. Even animal play, specifically pup play. The latter is something that I would have never thought that I'd have gotten into."
"In my mind, I’m the type of pup who wags their tail at everyone, eager for belly rubs and romping. But when I’m honest with myself, I realize I’m really like the dog hiding behind their owner’s legs, tail tucked, ears back, maybe even peeing a bit (and not in the fun way…)."
"I was asked to write about my how I became a pup and how the movement of the pup community has evolved, so here it goes… from my perspective. I found the Leather community on a warm and humid summer evening in Houston, Texas in 1992. Okay, this isn’t a novel, so I’ll cut the crap! I strongly identified as a boy. It wasn’t until about 1999 that a friend of mine, patrick chees, saw my inner pup. He made it his task to bring it out of me. He enlisted my help (and many others) to assist in preparing for the first pup event, the International Puppy Contest (IPC) during the year 2k. (IPC taking place in 2001) This helped ease my way into the pup scene, as well as the two of us having long talks that frequently revolved around our childhood history with bio canines."
"This is going to talk about a different approach to being a Handler/Trainer than the style I’ve traditionally employed. It is one that I would like to start implementing, however, and that’s a higher protocol “working dog” training. I’ve spoken about my own identification as a working dog in previous posts, and this is something of an extension of that theme, wherein a strong Alpha dog heads a well-trained and coordinated pack."
"I was browsing Fetlife this morning and read a couple of well-written articles by a Master James from Australia. One is on How to Be a Dom and another is on The Perils and Evils of Being a New Dom. Both articles are written from an unashamedly and self-proclaimed heteronormative point of view, but there’s good advice in there for anyone in the community and I highly recommend them. Still, there’s room to add on to some of his thoughts from the gay and pup play perspective, so that’s what I’m going to do. Nomenclature – I generally use top/bottom to denote sexual position and dom/sub to denote power exchange roles, and am primarily addressing dom/sub in this post. Substitute whatever words fit in your personal universe."
This post was spawned from a question by stormy-aka-hohk on FetLife: “I’m curious if you the handler, trainer, owner, etc gets the same carefree sensation during pup play as most pups get. Does all your worries of daily life disappear as well?” I gave a somewhat flippant answer that supervising a mosh tends to bring about a new set of stresses, but it seems like a topic worth exploring.
by Sir Loki, Atlanta GA
Reprinted with permission. Originally posted in Sir Loki’s blog on 8/23/13.
used Roman numerals for the ‘Part II’, because that way you know this is a classy blog.
Part I covered some of the most basic basics of being a handler. From here on out, I want to talk about some of the deeper […]
"I’m heading to the International Pups and Trainers contest in a couple months as a handler/trainer, so this week’s NoSafeWord podcast with slavepup Axel was interesting and timely to me. Axel is the current International Puppy titleholder. In order to create general confusion, because there’s not enough of that around with all these puppies, these are two completely separate contests. I have nothing against the International Puppy contest, but I consider myself a Handler rather than a pup, and only the IPTC contest has a category for that."
"I have only let my she-wolf, Horo, out to play at a puppy mosh once so far, at the Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend in January 2014. I discussed it with Pup Tripp and Pup Tank Teachworth because I did not want to destroy the play in the puppy mosh by introducing a factor that was disruptive. They reassured me that the pups would not have an issue with me joining them and they were right!"
"by Ryan Carpenter one year. one year since i first put a feeler out. hmm… i wonder if this is something i’m actually interested in. it’s absolutely an accurate cliche that time flies. one minute you’re sitting at home in your condo full of grandma furniture, and the next you find yourself on the receiving end of a single tail."