Our Reader’s Fetish Life
Pup Koby | 1991 | 167 cm | 67 kg | Perth (AUS)
I’m very proud and honoured to be part of a community like this!
In your mind, whats your dog race?
Pup Koby: This is a question that has always stumped me. So I don’t have an actual answer for that. While I see myself as a beta pup, I am only submissive to those that I feel deserve my submission. In most other ways I like to stay in control and am protective of maintaining control.
So my dog breed would be a very cheeky, somewhat stubborn, yet extremely loyal breed, but one that needs to be tamed first. Once someone has done that and earnt my respect and trust, I’ll be submissive for life!
How did you start out as a pup?
I developed an interest in pup play through an ex-partner who was only dabbling with the idea. Shortly after, I met someone who is now one of my closest friends- Pup Deeno. He helped push me to contantly take the next step and we explored a lot together in the early days of both our pup lives.
I recall my first real session was a heated pup wrestle, before I had a hood or any gear, this really helped me realise that it is all about the mindset, not the physical that defines pup play.
Eventually I took the leap and after a long process picked out my colours, gear I wanted and with Deeno’s help, a name that I now love and just about prefer over my human name.
What is pup play for you?
Everyone has their own unique reason to get into an enjoy pup play. I feel that mine is a bit different in some senses to a lot of the other pups I know in that I use it to both escape from my very in control corporate job and lifestyle almost in the form of mediation. And for the reason to show off.
Koby loves the camera and generally being in the middle of all the action, and pup play has helped me find a new confidence in myself, one that I have now learnt to take out of the kink world into the human world too. I’m also very lucky to have met and developed great relationships with a close pack of pups and more broadly with the whole pup community in Western Australia.
The bond between our ever-growing group is something I haven’t seen before in kink or fetish communities thus far. It is like one giant family, everyone has the utmost respect and care for each other and the pups and handlers in our community will always be the first to help and support everyone. I’m very proud and honoured to be part of a community like this!
Whats important to you when pupping?
This really depends on my mood. Sometimes it is just for the camera, my little way of showing off. If you were a fan of mine on Tumblr before the NSWF ban, you would definitely know what I’m taking about here! Although like a lot of others, I’ve had to restart from scratch on Twitter and Instagram and am slowly working to rebuild by content again from the ground up.
I’m using this as a new opportunity however to really focus on the core of what pup play is for me through my social media content and to help show others that no matter how you view any kink or fetish, it is a great healthy thing to enjoy and to experience. Hopefully I’ll be able to encourage more people to take that next step.
Other times my focus is more social. I couldn’t live without the social events in our pup community. Everything from movie nights, hikes, kink events, demonstrations, drinks nights and dinners, we are a very social community and it is one of the things I love the most about WA-PAH.
Overall though, it is the mindset I love. The feeling of just letting go, stop thinking and just go with the mood of the day. All my worries melt away and I just do what I want and have fun. It is a very liberating headspace to be in and I always come out if it feeling refreshed. Being with a great group of likeminded pups just makes it all the more enjoyable too.
What makes you wag your tail?
Oohh! Jockstraps! And leather, chastity, gear, bikes, and being at someone’s feet does the trick too. I can’t describe how content I am when I’m fully submitting to a Dom who has managed to tame me and earned that trust and respect. It calms me down so much, and just makes me really happy.
I can’t go past my pack of course either, the few special pups who know who they are. And of course, the whole community. This group pf pups have changed my life beyond what I can describe, it has shown me that it is okay to embrace our differences and not worry what others think, Nothing beats the feeling of just fitting in somewhere and having a lot of fun.
What would your ideal day as a pup be?
This is a tricky one! But I would have to say a big pup social event with lots of butts out and a sneaky pup photoshoot thrown in there too for social media.
I can’t go past lots of cuddles and scratches of course all day too!