Birmingham Pride – 2015

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May 292015

The late May Bank Holiday weekend saw the Annual Birmingham Pride weekend event, and like previous years Spot went along for a day out… although this time, I had some time constraints so wasn’t able to stay for the entire afternoon.

As in previous years, we took the train, and I was intending on travelling up in Spot, but circumstances got in the way and I couldn’t change until I got there. After a quick pause in the Bullring shopping centre to get changed, and cheer up a few people on the way back through, we wandered down to the pride area.

After receiving the wrist band, which was attached to my harness as in previous years, we headed in to the pride area. To start with, we ended up having to go through security, where the bags and both my owner and I were also searched – I suppose for safety and legal reasons mainly.

This is where the fun begun – wearing figure hugging Lycra, there wasn’t really much place for me to hide anything. The comment from the security guard was along the lines of “I need to be sure that you haven’t anything to hide”, as I’d made the comment that I had no pockets to hide anything … I let him pat me down to be sure … he then announced to his colleagues, that I had nothing on me I shouldn’t and then proceeded to point at my middle area and went on to say “… well, apart from maybe that!” … he was referring to my manhood …. while another security guard exclaimed on the fact that there was a dog in the bag as well – referring to my pup hood and paws! We all chuckled and then were allowed in to the Pride village

We headed out in to CloneZone to have a quick look at some of the stuff in there, and we spotted a couple of things we liked and decided we may head back in later.

On to the wandering around the village… or after a quick stop for some food! Then it was on with the hood and paws, and the exploring began. We started with a few stalls, where the stall holders were wanting to chat to me and take selfies. We also collected a load of flyers and stickers while we wandered down the stalls.

Our next port of call was one of the fun fair rides, where I went on the ride as Spot – fully hooded and paws. Although, I did feel a little queasy when we came off as my peripheral vision is restricted when wearing my pup contacts and wearing the hood… but it was good fun anyway!

After the ride, we visited the police stall, where I managed to get my photo taken with some of the cute puppies that were there, and also let them meet a different sort of dog! One of the slightly older pups decided to lick my pup hood and nose … which brought a smile to all.

Meeting a Police Puppy

While we were wandering around, I kept getting stopped with people wanting pictures with me – or selfies. There was also a great reaction from the crowds in the bars, with people pointing and staring.

We were approaching our curfew for getting back home, so we headed back to the fairground section so I could go on the other ride I wanted to… again, the lack of peripheral vision made me feel not so good – but it was still fantastic fun.

Shortly before we left Pride, we bumped into Pup Echo.

meeting Pup Echo

Leaving the pride area, we headed back to towards the train station, with me still in full pup gear. An irresistible opportunity arose outside the O2 store in the Bullring though – a picture of a human pup next to the “Be More Dog” poster!


We continued to head back to the station, and had to do the obligatory picture outside the Selfridges Building

Outside the Selfridges Building

While we waited on the train, I was sitting on the floor like a good pup…

Birmingham Platform Waiting

and it’s just as well trains only run the way the tracks go – as there was at least one train driver who was looking at me rather than the way he was going!

I then proceeded to stay as a puppy on the train where upon I slept for most of the journey home.

On the train home

It’s the first time I’ve actually slept with my pup hood and paws on. Our tickets were checked by the guard on the train, and he chuckled at me as I couldn’t hand him my ticket due to my paws. On leaving the train when we got to our stop, quite a bit of the passengers hadn’t realised I’d been there, and so as we came into the station, there were quite a number of people turning round from their seats to have a look and causing some amusement to some of the passengers. Shame the day came to an end so quick, but all in all it was fantastic fun!


Carry on Camping… a weekend in Norfolk

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Aug 032014

Through the Wet and Messy group, SLOSH, there’s an annual camping event held in Norfolk which my owner and I like to go along to as it gives him a chance to enjoy one of his fetishes and also for us to have a nice kinky weekend away.

This year, after chatting to a few people we also decided that we would extend the stay by having a couple of extra days with Forester and Jon, Marbles and AceyWoof giving us the chance to get away from home, have some time to relax and (more importantly) to have some kinky fun outdoors. *wags*

We left home on the Wednesday, with the car fully loaded with all the essentials for camping: Kink Toy Box, Dog Bed, Doggy Blankets, Dog Bowls, Bags of Lycra… oh, and we thought it best to take things like a tent too! I also started the time away as I intended to spend the majority of it – wearing Lycra.

I started off in a blue tri-suit for the journey there and got to show it off as we had a couple of comfort stops along the way. We arrived on site to find everyone else had arrived before us – a good thing, as it meant that they had started on their tents and the ‘relaxation area’ for the week, so we could work out where to position our tent. Our first mission was to get our tent up and my bed sorted for the week – the dog cage goes inside the main sleeping area of the tent, and much to everyones surprise, it’s where I sleep πŸ™‚

Once we had the tents up, and we’d assisted others sorting out their ones, the decision was made that we had to go and get some provisions and some food for dinner. A debate was had, that we’d go off to Pizza Hut. As the temperature was still rather pleasant, I stayed in the Lycra I’d travelled up in. We arrived at Pizza Hut 15 minutes before it was due to shut. Thankfully, the staff were quite happy to stay open for us, and were also a good laugh… especially when she said she’d have to lock us in – although I did say we really would pay the bill! This was a nice social evening out and a very pleasant way to start the holiday off with.

We arrived back on site after food, and unpacked the shopping before joining a couple of regulars on the site, who are also members of the club, for a few drinks, but I had to retire to bed as I was tired. I was locked in to my puppy restraint kit before being locked in the cage – this is two ankle cuffs, two fist mitts and a strap that goes around the cock and balls. A chain is clipped on to one wrist cuff, fed through the wring on the cock strap and then clipped on the other mitt. The same is repeated at the legs. I was then put in to the dog cage, and the doors were locked – so there was going to be no escape for me until the morning.

I woke up on the Thursday morning and after an initial coffee, I was let out the puppy restraints and re-dressed in to the same outfit as the night before (with the addition of a sold blue cock ring) while we sorted out what the plan was going to be for the day. A casual chat over breakfast revealed that 3 of the group were going to go and get more shopping to cover catering for the other members of the group when they arrived on the Friday. My owner, Forester and I decided we would erect the messy marquee – where all the gungey games and things would take place – while everyone else was out, to save time. Admittedly, we also had a slight motive for doing this as we wanted to make use of it that afternoon πŸ˜‰

By the time we’d finished erecting the marquee, the others had returned from shopping, and we were sat down to have some lunch and a drink. Puppy might have managed to consume a few pints of cider at this point, and ended up a little merry *paws over eyes*

We sorted out what the plan for the messy game we were going to play was, what clothing was required, and the things we would require for cleaning up… in addition to the clothing and cleaning materials, we also required bondage cuffs and 4 dog tethers. After everything was finished, we headed down to the tent to mix up the gunge that we’d required.

The game we were going to end up playing was a modified version of a game my owner found online, Messy Monopoly, but he had made some changes to the rules and procedures, both to make it work for 4 people playing, and also to work with Dog Tethers rather than a pillory – mostly for practical purposes. This meant that if a player ended up in jail, they would end up being staked out to the ground between the dog tethers, and left there while the game continued. We might have made a bit of a mistake in the positioning of these, because we forgot Marbles was a lot smaller than I am!

The game started off reasonably well, with everyone ending up being gunged for the various forfeits, until I ended up having to be the first person to visit jail… I think by the end of the game I had ended up in jail 3 times over! I think I’m going to have to stop playing games which my owner suggests, as they always seem to go wrong with me getting the brunt of any forfeits! There’s some pictures at the end of this post that show that I might have been enjoying the activities πŸ™‚ Although the pictures don’t show it, part of the game did involve having swimming trunks on, but I seemed to keep losing them too!

We spent the time cleaning up the pool and getting ourselves cleaned up after this. Once we were finished cleaning up, Forester started cooking our dinner for the evening – freshly cooked chicken fajitas. When he’d cooked, we sat down and ate our food, and also having a social chat before we got down to the evenings activities – which was to be an E-Stim challenge.

The challenge was defined such that both Forester and I would be tied down and connected up to E-Stim Systems 2B with the same attachments and electrodes, with the challenge being to last 45 minutes without cuming while others tried to make us cum by tweaking the control boxes. We ended up staked out on the floor in our ‘social’ marquee (well, we were on air beds), while we started the challenge. However, mid-way though the time we decided to change it so that each person could have their own favourite setup – Forester prefers continuous, while I’m not a fan of that… he also prefers rubber straps which I don’t get on with.

There was also a matter of a forfeit at the end of the challenge, if we ended up cuming… but the exact details of this were kept quiet.

I suppose, to one extent – the good news is that neither of us ended up cumming so there was no forfeit forthcoming!

Friday saw the rest of the club members arriving who were only coming for the main event. As the weather was so hot, I thought I would try having a dip in the pool. I changed in to a more suitable Lycra option and we wandered down to the pool – and climbed in. As the pool is in a polyprop tunnel, the tunnel was quite warm but the pool was nice and refreshing.

Towards the late afternoon, Forester and I ended up back in a swimming pool, awaiting the results of the Head 2 Head vote which had been running for a few weeks across a couple of websites. The only thing we had been told in advance was that the people voting had voted for both of us to be gunged naked (although I kept the cock ring I had on for most of the weekend on).

As we were sitting waiting in the pool, Colin showed the results to Jon and started the camera filming… the first thing we knew who had “won” the vote was when a bucket of blue gunge was slowly poured over my head. I thought it was finished but then yet more blue came over me, before stopping – and the remaining half bucket going over Forester; this was deemed only fair since someone had actually suggested this in advance of the results being announced.

You can see the video on my site.

I got cleaned up after that and changed outfits before coming out to enjoy a social dinner – although, unfortunately, I ended up with a weird feeling due to not consuming enough liquid during the day, so was not as happy and cheerful as I could be. There had been plans for Oil Wrestling at this point, but dinner ended up being a bit later than intended, so this was postponed.

Saturday saw the main day of messy activities, but before the main activities, I was more interested in a plan that was created the day before… My owner and I have wanted to take Spot swimming properly in a pool for a while, and we decided it would be easy to use the pool on site for this πŸ™‚ After chatting to others, it was decided that we would look to do this on the Saturday morning before the messy activities.

I was chatting to Marbles about the plan, and he asked if he could join in with it – I readily said yes, as then puppies could play in the pool *wags* However, as he had to go off site in the morning to arrange food provisions for the group for the lunch and evening meals, we decided we would wait until he got back to go swimming. As lunchtime came, I thought I’d make an entrance, and got dressed in the Zentai suit, hood, paws, harness and kneepads and wandered over to the social area for lunch. As Marbles finished his lunch, he went off to get ready for the swim. Michael, one of the other members of the group, had earlier indicated that if I needed walking he would be happy to take me… so he was put in charge of walking me to the swimming pool area – and Marcus took Marbles over.

As we set off across the camp site to the pool, I was walking on all fours like a puppy, and we were getting attention from the other campers on site – and my poodle friend from last year started barking at us as well. We completed the short walk to the pool, to find there were people already using it, so we had to be respectful to them. I think they were a little unsure of what to make of it, as Marbles and I ascended the step ladder and climbed in. It turns out, I discovered, that wearing my full suit and latex paws, that you are just about able to do the doggy paddle and also to swim under water! As fun as it was, we weren’t able to spend much more than about 10 minutes in the pool as there were other people and also we had the afternoon’s activities to prepare for. We climbed out, and Michael expertly led us back to the camp (me now in wet white lycra πŸ˜‰ ) so we could get ready for later on, again on all fours.

I decided that I didn’t really want to get involved in the main messy activities, as I had enjoyed being a puppy and wearing my lycra – I’d changed in to a leotard after the swimming. However, as I was down watching the activities, I was thrown the video camera to record the messy games that had been devised. I was also nominated to take pictures during the main messy activities as well for the club website and magazine. That wasn’t to say I stayed clean though! As I have a petrol jet wash, I said I would bring it along to make the cleaning up of the pools and marquee easier… I wasn’t quite expecting the amount of gunge and mud (Bentonite) that was being thrown around making this a harder task! I spent about an hour jet washing the pools and tent – getting wet and messy from the spray back… but I wouldn’t have been doing this if I didn’t enjoy it. One of the comments relayed back to me at the end of the event from one of the other residents on the site who’d been talking to the group was that “it is not often you see a puppy, wearing a leotard, jet-washing” πŸ™‚

Unfortunately, not long after the end of the washing, we had to pack up and go home as I had a photo-shoot to do on the Sunday – in Birkenhead near Liverpool, which is about a 3hr drive from home – and home is about a 3hr drive from where we were!

I did have a fantastic time and enjoyed the chance to unwind and relax, and also to pup-out at times!


London Pride 2014

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Jun 282014

Today saw the Annual London Pride Parade and this pup was part of it, courtesy of Puppy Pride organising the walking group. So this morning, I sorted out the outfit, and as an added twist I included my E-Stim Systems Remote Box. There was a reason for the Remote Box though … Caz from E-Stim Systems was going to be my handler for the day so that my owner could take pictures.

Due to a slight delay at home, we got off a bit later than planned, but still with enough time to get there before the Parade started. En-Route, we met with Caz and Wayne and carried onto Baker Street. … A quick loo stop and snack and then down to meet the rest of the group. Once with the rest of the group [too many names to remember to list here!], I finished off putting the hood, paws and knee pads on, and became my pup self. … Then the rain started!!! Luckily we bought a rainbow brolly and it was big enough to keep this pup and Caz dry. Whilst waiting for the Parade to start I bumped into a few people I knew which was fun πŸ™‚ *wags* and we all hoped the rain would pass – which by luck, it did just before we started.

Due to the ground being wet, I didn’t go straight off on all-4’s and walked normally πŸ™ … technically though we hadn’t entered the public part of the parade yet, so it wasn’t the end of the world … We got near to the official start line and the sun had just tried to come out, meaning the ground had dried somewhat, so I dropped to all-4’s and was off! I had great fun, thought due to damp ground, and the parade moving a bit quicker than previous years, I had to drop in and out of being on all-4’s, but when stood up I did make myself known well by barking (loudly) at the crowds … who needs whistles πŸ˜‰

At one point I went and said ‘hello’ to a real bio-puppy, too much amusement from people around. … The parade moved at a steady pace for the main part, so I was stood up, barking – though whenever we stopped I dropped to all-4’s and had fun with the crowds. One person even gave me their real dog so they could have a photo with me and the real dog *wags*

The main parade for me is a bit sketchy, as when in full pup mode, I don’t seem to really recall much, mainly because I’m enjoying just being a pup.

The rain stayed off for the most of the event, but when we did have a light drizzle my surrogate handler (Caz) did an excellent job of keeping me dry with the brolly.

The end seemed to come all to quick, and the group got directed into a side street to be able to have a mass group shot (or 2 or 3 or 4 ……. ) and then de-pup and head off our separate ways.

The decision for us was to head off back to Baker Street to the Nandos Chicken restaurant there to have some dinner …. though after dinner, I re-pupped up (as I hadn’t taken off the Zentai or knee-pads yet) and travel back home as a puppy on the train which caused much amusement to the carriage we were in – and it also confused the Beagle Bio-Dog that got on with us!

Overall a fantastic day out, the rain didn’t dampen spirits, and all had good fun …. some pics of me are here on my blog, and then as I find others I’ll do a couple of follow up posts

*wags* small paw tip up

Jul 012013

I was sent this last night via twitter from: @sianbambina :
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*Wags* Thank you πŸ™‚ – If there are any other pictures out there I’d still love to see them.

I have also been searching and found some more pics of the pups in the parade:
Pictures from Flickr (The first few links I can’t grab the image – but the links are here to the images)

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These are clickable pictures to the Flickr stream of the person who took them:

And here are some Facebook picture links:
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