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    Would wife enjoy k9 too much?

    Curiousity about k9 turned into serious conversation.
    So of course conversation turned into lots of questions, feelings, concerns, etc. While looking for info I found this site (great site) and was reading threads to see if any questions would be answered when I noticed some threads containing how some girls were zoo exclusive or at least preferred it over human sex.
    Now I guess I should start there as it would be a make or break deal.
    Ok interested in answers from you ladies with experience with K9s and human relationships.
    Honest answers please and feel free to add info or anything helpful.
    If the wife and I decide to take this on will she enjoy it too much and start favoring it over our sex?
    I know it sounds crazy and insecure which I'm normally not either but some of the posts here have gotten me concerned.
    Curiosity may have killed the cat
    but it made the dog a very happy boy.

    #2
    You should be concerned......very concerned ๐Ÿ˜

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      #3
      Okay just my own thoughts? I don't think so. You are worth WAY more than just sex, and humans are WAY different partners than dogs are. I might be exclusive to k9s for my own reasons, but I have had sex with humans and they are both different experiences.

      She won't leave you for your k9, she won't stop having sex with you because of getting knotted. Be open and communicative, talk more and you BOTH enjoy it.

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        #4
        I was zoo exclusive for some time before i found Mr right and i wouldn't leave him for any dog i the world, and i love dogs! So i concur with Katelyn a human as so mutch more to offer than just sex.
        Dark secrets is often the most fun.

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          #5
          You're looking for answers from women but I have this question too: why bring this into a relationship at all? Why complicate things? Or take that risk?

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          • knottymilf
            knottymilf commented
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            i would say that sometimes the introduction is a great way to keep things new and fresh. my partner and i both are aware how easily we can fall into stagnation. so introducing new things is a good idea in my book.

          #6
          Being a female, I just wanted to echo what Katelyn and Veroniqa said as well. Social interaction is absolutely vital in the medium to long term. I can understand someone going exclusive for a certain period of time, perhaps longer if there is some scar tissue from bad experiences with men, but at the end of the day, going home to my other half, and general engagement, ideal or not is needed.

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            #7
            Not a woman, but have two cents like most people... I see it like more of an open relationship. She could be with another man and enjoy his penis/sex a lot but at the end of the day she still comes home to you. It is not about finding a different partner, more exploring with your partner in different ways. There are also toys that simulate the experience for times she needs more than just you. And remember, sometimes you will need more than just her. (easy to forget). The thing is to talk to her and be open. Me personally, right or wrong, I worry less about K9 play than I do with being in an open relationship, humans tend to make a mess of things. Hearts get in the way of a lot. No matter what talking and being open is the way to go. Good luck!

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              #8
              Iโ€™m a very practical , feet firmly planted sort of woman who dosnt live in a fantasy world where you watch porn with a partner and suddenly a beastiality video pops up by accident ( neither never ever happen) or know a friend at work, club etc whoโ€™s into sex with animals, now I donโ€™t know either of you but the chances of her being turned on by it are...... well put it this way, if she goes for it you can buy my lottery tickets in future.
              if itโ€™s just your fantasy just leave it there , just donโ€™t call her lassie the next time your having sex ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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                #9
                I've seen this question a few times. The actual sex experience will be very different from a human. Will she prefer sex with dogs over sex with humans? Maybe. But like others have said, it is very unlikely that you will be replaced emotionally. Most importantly though, if you are not ready for any potential change in your sexual dynamic, then don't act on your desires.

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                  #10
                  Katelyn, Veroniqa, LocoKnotty, SaltyFrame thank you for the replies and putting some thought into them. Seems you all are on the same page so I'll reply to all four in one post.
                  I know there wouldn't be the chance of this ending our relationship because like you said there's so much more to a man and woman's relationship. We do have a great relationship and besides if she took the dog and left who would change her oil, do home repairs, etc.?
                  When I read my post again now it seems silly but the concern was just the physical part. Seems some of you ladies really really enjoy it and what's not to love? Hard thrusting, the filling you up of a knot, loads of cum. I love for my wife to enjoy herself as she loves for me to enjoy myself but yes together as a couple. I guess I just don't want it to be quite so enjoyable that it might take anything away from us. You know? Don't want her to start "getting a headache" when its just our time but suddenly have it go away if we decided it was a night to include that.
                  Maybe that will make some sense.
                  Curiosity may have killed the cat
                  but it made the dog a very happy boy.

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                    #11
                    bitchpolly send me that cash for those tickets and we'll split the winnings.
                    no we weren't watching porn and a zoo vid popped up. We were looking at toys and a dildo shaped like a dog penis was in the mix. We have raised a few litters over the years and both know what a dogs penis looks like and she commented is that what I think it is or supposed to be what it looks like? I laughed and said yes I think so. So we talked about it for a minute then decided to look for a video to see it we could find one with a girl inflating the knot inside. Well we found a couple real vids in the search and was like what the hell lets see how real those are. Both knowing they were very real. I've seen them at different times over the years and she later told me she had too but was never into it to watch them. That's how the subject came up. As far as if she would do it? The videos turned us both on and she was open to the idea but of course has had society's ideas about it pounded into her brain.
                    I've actually been with a girl that did it before although we weren't in a serious relationship and before that knew a friend that had messed around a few times. I'm not a zoo myself but don't judge anyone for it that is and nothing is as fun as doing all you can to see a girl get crazy hot then take it out on me.
                    Having fun as a couple is one thing having fun that would take you in a direction away from the couple isn't worth it.
                    Last edited by Lost1; 04-18-2019, 11:33 PM.
                    Curiosity may have killed the cat
                    but it made the dog a very happy boy.

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                      #12
                      Hope it goes well for you.....and no Iโ€™m not splitting the winnings ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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                        #13
                        i think you are safe. sexual experiences and experimentation is a normal part of a healthy relationship (in my experience). my partner and i look at sexual encounters (bestiality, group sex, public sex, other fetishes) the same way we look at sex toys. our relationship is core. it doesn't change. when we try a new toy or experiment with something new, maybe we like it, and it becomes part of our regular play. or maybe it's something that is a "special occasion only" kind of toy. or maybe we try it and decide it isn't for us, so we put it away and forget about it.

                        something i will say from a bitch's perspective thought: we love confidence. there is nothing sexier for me than a man who knows what he wants and isn't afraid to make it happen. my guy is an alpha, through and through. what he does for me is provide a safe space to experiment and experience. but he is unwavering in his confidence. there is no way anything, be it a toy or bestiality, could ever replace him.

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                        • knottymilf
                          knottymilf commented
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                          Lost1 it sounds like you already have your mind made up on the issue. but, with all due respect, i'm not the alpha in this relationship. my partner is both a dominant and a sadist, and he loves to put me in my place. he also enjoys acting as a kind of gatekeeper, and he revels in owning my sexuality. and for me, i get to completely surrender to him. he sets parameters, and i get to follow them. i am sure that there are plenty of couples out there who fit the description you wrote about. there also are plenty of cuckold couples where the sexual power resides with the female. but while i love sex and absolutely enjoy getting to be a slut about it, what i love more is the safety of my relationship. i honestly am rather amazed at how confident he is in helping me fulfill my fantasies. i never had so much as a threesome prior to him, let alone group sex, public sex, BDSM play, D/s dynamic, or bestiality. and it's his ability to remain in control that allows me to feel safe enough to be uninhibited.

                          i also think you are making some incorrect assumptions about my dynamic. you or anyone else is NOT getting "involved in [my] relationship." my relationship is the intimacy and power-exchange dynamic and structure i have built with my partner. you or someone else just gets to have sex, and you or someone else gets to do it within the context of that bond. the idea that someone is going to fuck me so good that i am going to "fall in love and sneak around behind his back" is nil. i have no need to sneak around behind my partner's back since i get to do everything in full view. also, i'm not a kid. at 50, i've had my fair share of dick, and my partner's is the best, so i'm not about to give it up because someone managed to give me an orgasm. :-) if someone's relationship is so weak that a consensual sexual encounter would break it up, then the problem isn't that the dick was just so amazing she abandoned all reason. the problem was with their relationship before that sexual encounter.

                          given the experiences you described, i don't blame you for not wanting to play in group settings or in the contexts of open relationships. my experience with my alpha is just the opposite, and the liberation i have experienced in finally being able to embrace my sexuality fully is something i owe entirely to him and his guidance.

                        • Lost1
                          Lost1 commented
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                          I wasn't assuming anything about you or your relationship or doubting your husband was the alpha and you weren't.. Sorry if you took it that way. I was just commenting on relationships in general not yours.
                          About your type of situation I was just curious what an alpha male got out of it or what was the purpose of letting others sleep with his wife?
                          I am talking out of ignorance here because I have no experience in a relationship like that. Seems an alpha type would not want others sleeping with their wife. IDK? Now with your last reply I'm gonna guess the sadist aspect may be in play with that type of situation.
                          Again I'm not assuming or saying anything towards your exact relationship just trying to understand more about that type of relationship in general.

                        • knottymilf
                          knottymilf commented
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                          Lost1 he has written about it elsewhere, but i can try to sum it up. i think for him, it comes down to control. he loves being MY dominant, but he has said that he enjoys the aspect of being in control of an entire room full of people. most guys who want to participate in group play consider themselves as "alpha" types. so i think there is a "what is more alpha than being THE alpha in a room full of men?" dynamic to it. and the confidence part he exudes is in that he can do that without coming across as a dick about it.

                          i also know that the sadist part IS involved on his end. he describes himself as a sexual sadist, so he likes to push me sexually. he knows that i would never do a gangbang on my own...so of course he makes that happen. he knows how to push my buttons, and he gets off on it.

                          And something you mentioned in your original response also is something he's mentioned. he loves the "reclaiming" part. for him (and for me, if i'm being honest), it's him reminding me of where i belong...and to whom.

                        #14
                        This is just a fantasy a lot of guys seem to have. Dogs don't know how to "Make love" They also aren't designed for long sex sessions. Male dogs are the epitome of "Wham bam, thank you ma'am" If a woman is going to leave a man for a dog. She's most likely predisposed to being a zoo exclusive. With that said. Dogs are wonderful sex partners and can easily satisfy a woman's sexual needs. But enough to make her leave her human significant other is something else IMO.

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                          #15
                          Originally posted by knottymilf View Post
                          i think you are safe. sexual experiences and experimentation is a normal part of a healthy relationship (in my experience). my partner and i look at sexual encounters (bestiality, group sex, public sex, other fetishes) the same way we look at sex toys. our relationship is core. it doesn't change. when we try a new toy or experiment with something new, maybe we like it, and it becomes part of our regular play. or maybe it's something that is a "special occasion only" kind of toy. or maybe we try it and decide it isn't for us, so we put it away and forget about it.

                          something i will say from a bitch's perspective thought: we love confidence. there is nothing sexier for me than a man who knows what he wants and isn't afraid to make it happen. my guy is an alpha, through and through. what he does for me is provide a safe space to experiment and experience. but he is unwavering in his confidence. there is no way anything, be it a toy or bestiality, could ever replace him.
                          +1 to this.

                          It's cliched, but confidence and communication works wonders.

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