October 23, 2014 by jayce428
The beginning practitioner of puppy play might not want to spend the hundreds of dollars on the premium gear for puppy play before finding out if it’s what you’re into, or you don’t want to spend the price for premium gear. But what you might want to acquire:
- COLLAR – Which at most pet store will cost about $5-$20 depending on your location and the store. Now the thing to remember is that an item being lower in price doesn’t exactly compromise for quality. Measure your neck length before going into a pet store with a flexible tape measure. I bought mine a year ago and it turned out to be too big for my neck but hasn’t gotten replaced.
- BALL – Preferably a small one that will fit in your mouth and is flexible, you don’t what to have to go to an emergency dentist appointment because you bought one of those hard plastic balls. These will cost you around $5-$10 at a pet store.
- STUFFED ANIMAL TOY – I have owned this toy for a while and is squeaky, which is a definite plus to help get into puppy space, but wouldn’t be labeled the main catalyst. This will cost you about $5-$10 at a general pet store.
- TAIL – ‘This is my tail, there are many like it but this one is mine.’ Until I purchased a tail I didn’t know what I was missing. I LOVE IT! It really adds to the play. This will cost you about $25-$60 depending if it’s leather or fur. I bought my tail on Etsy by TheSpankAcadamy for $31. If you’re going to purchase a tail with a butt plug please make sure it’s either medical grade stainless steal or a silicone plug, and if you have Crohn’s there are tails that have clips that attach to clothing.
SMELL TOYS BEFORE BUYING!! DON’T BUY PRODUCTS THAT HAVE A STRONG RUBBER LIKE SMELL!