Human Pup Play

Many of our friends in the world find our site useful too. You may find sections of the site interesting to you as well. This is a big site, so take your time to explore – you can simply click on video links and watch us, however a lot more is gained if you read up on various aspects of pup play too. The site was developed to help instruct and train some people here in Australia. Over time it has come to be accessed by many people, so it bears saying this –

This is simply one way of performing human pup play, and is not for everybody. We are not advocating Sirius Human pup training as the only way to perform pup play. It is here for us, and you are welcome to use our material as a reference, but always keep in mind it is not a dogma, it is just our way of doing things. Read, watch, listen, enjoy and use common sense. Woof!

As with most fetishes and kinks, various people often come with various experiences of their own regarding human pup play. Sirius pup training is not supposed to be seen as contrary or in opposition or superior or conflicting with what other people do. If you see it that way, you may have a problem, so please contact us and we can help explain something in more detail.  What you see and hear may be different, but we celebrate differences in our modern evolving world.

The information here is sorted into categories for a sense of the learning and how it is done. Together it makes a comprehensive whole for someone to become a human pup when and how they want to be.

Having a human pup tail fitting comfortably, and wearing a collar, you are ready to step up to the serious level of pup play – a Hood and Suit. You will find that you will probably end up with multiple hoods and possibly multiple suits, as you find gear that is comfortable and attractive to you. Some pups like to wear chastity cock cages.

The Hood

A Hood is vital to pup play, but you don’t need to wear it to be in the pupzone. You can find that pupspace in your head without a Hood any time.  What a human pup mask does is signify your transition to puphood to everyone else, and really bring home to you that your body is now a pup not a human. Behind that hooded mask your human expressions disappear, and your Hood becomes your face – your identity. Pup play does nto require wearing a pup Hood, but using one does make some parts of training a lot easier.

It is likely you will have at least two hoods. One for play and fun (ie neoprene puppy hood, one for show and display. The Play Hood will allow you to use your mouth, giving your owner easy access to your mouth for whatever he wants to put in there. A Leather Pup Play Hood also can be flexible and take a beating from rough housing with the packmates. On the other hand, the Show Hood will be a higher quality and impressive looking hood, one that resembles your pup self as you imagined in SCT Persona. Neither are cheap, and you should choose carefully.

The rubber pup Suit is not for business or scuba diving, though both can look rather sexy with a pup hood. The Suit is a body covering that helps obscure your human body and skin. The nature and size of your suit is very much a personal choice, although your Owner will have his own preferences as to how you will look as well. The important factors in choosing a suit are your body size and shape, the comfort of the suit, the material it is made of, and the use of the suit. If you are a slender pup, then you have a wide range of options for a leather pup play http://thehappypup.com/confessions-leather-pup/ body suit. If you are a hefty big pup, then you have much fewer choices. You need to decide, and your Owner and Trainer will help here, how much of your body you wish to cover. There is no set firm rule here. You may wish to have the skimpiest of suits, little more than a loin cloth. Or you may prefer a full body zentai style suit. Work with your Owner and Trainer at choosing what looks best for your body shape and size.