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George and Craig are off on night out. It's Friday night and they are on 'the pull'. After winding up in an old pub after having failed to attract any of the opposite gender earlier - they meet an interesting girl. Sadie is confident and dominant, and she makes it clear she's interested in George from the start. Though she claims sex isn't on the menu she offers George a chance to get to know her better, she'll take him home. He agrees eagerly, not entirely sure what he's letting himself in for. What begins with being led through the town on a collar and lead, with his hands cuffed firmly behind his back quickly turns into his humanity being stripped away from him as Sadie uses more and more rules and props to force George into adopting a role as her pet dog. The way she does it leaves him feeling helpless to resist, and before long he's locked in a chastity device, mitts, forced to walk on all all fours and with a butt-plug tail swishing between his legs. She fits him with an anti-bark collar which prevents him from speaking and treats him like her pet dog, even getting the vet Anita Grey [Thanks to Sabrina Jen Mountford for the loan of Anita!] to give her pet an examination and discuss having him neutered. At the end of the weekend, she releases him, and offers him a choice. Did he enjoy being her pet dog? Would he like be transformed permanently into her pet? *** Warning! *** If you are under the legal age, or material of an explicit nature is illegal where you live, then do not read or buy this book. If you are offended by such topics as, sex, fetish, bdsm, domination, submission, female domination, femdom, animal role-play, dubious consent, punishment, discipline or anything remotely similar to these topics, please do not buy this book. All characters are fictional and are of legal consenting age, even if you feel they appear not to be. This is a work of fantasy, none of the practises described here should be attempted at home.
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