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Hotdoll: The Sex Doll for Dogs

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Click to viewIs your dog in heat and humping anything it can wrap its horny little legs around? Are you constantly having to pry your promiscuous pooch off the legs of guests, parents and members of your church? Protect your leg from a hump attack by getting Scruffy a Hotdoll. Yes, it's a sex doll for dogs. It's shaped like a dog and it'll allow your tension-filled pet to go to town as much as his little heart desires, humping away until he passes out in exhaustion, leaving a wispy coil of friction-singed dog-fur smoke wafting into the air.

God, I love the Internet. Hit the jump for more hot dog-on-doll action shots. Don't pretend like you don't want to see them.

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DISCUSSION

This is all very amusing, but a plastic "love doll" for dogs is a really bad idea. Dogs "hump" for a lot of reasons, most of which you do not want to encourage. Dogs will do this to dominate and yes for fun, but sometimes they are "doing it" to relieve itching, or burning. Allowing your pet to hump a piece of plastic is a poor substitute for a trip to the vet. I seriously doubt a dog would be more attracted to this thing than a leg or muffy anyway. Include me out, and anyone who is thinking about buying this thing should talk to a vet or at least read this article: http://www.veterinarypartner.com/Content.plx?P=…

It might be popular with some humans though...