Some dogs, especially puppies, can be very playful. But that is not entirely what is meant by doggy play or puppy play. Or at least not during a session with Mistress Illucia in her SM studio House or SubMission in The Hague . The game that I play with you is much more focused on training you as my dog. My loyal dog, my good dog, my playful dog and sometimes my naughty, disobedient dog.

As a loyal dog you can of course lie submissively at my feet, watching over your Mistress, who occasionally rewards you with some attention and a pat on your loyal dog’s head. With your tongue out of your mouth you may even be able to lick my feet, or my shoes, dogs love that, right? Or lick my boots for the bigger job! If your tongue dries out a bit, the water bowl is ready.

You will have to learn to be good, because if I give you a command like “sit”, “lie” or “give paw”, then I don’t expect that you as an untrained dog can immediately and perfectly carry out all my assignments. But with some help from a tight collar and mine dog whipI make sure that you do all the tricks in a short time that I want you to learn. However, if you are naughty and disobedient and you do not want to listen at all, I may have to put you on a strangle collar, or lay you down for a long time in the doghouse or in the bench. And in that case I will certainly use the dog whip on you, as long as you listen and obey. Because whoever does not want to listen must feel and if you bite, I always have a suitable muzzle for you somewhere in the area. I am a strict but fair boss.

If you are just starting your dog’s life, as a playful puppy, I am obviously a lot less strict. It is always nice to throw an enthusiastic and curious dog toy, and then see how you happily wag it in your mouth back to the owner, neatly in front of her feet. Or learning to walk on a leash with the dog leash – and stopping and standing still – meekly following the Mistress at every pass, so that at least in a while, when you grow up, I can walk quietly with you.

Do you feel like a break in The Hague ?