Wednesday, June 4, 2014

D is for Doggin bat (UPDATE)

Update: I must be more specific. The doggin bat is leather. There is a hard plastic or metal flat piece in the center, but the end it opened and the two pieces of leather flap together nicely, it's a lovely sound. That's why is so nice for light play, but can be formidable if the spanker wishes to. It's for moving animals along, like pigs or barrel racing horses, without hurting the animal at all (it is sometimes called a pig slapper - but not at my house!) So when used on the bare bottom, whether it hurts or not is totally up to the spanker.

Everyone has a favorite implement and mine is my doggin bat. It's one  of my favorite toys. I googled it a few years ago, because someone out here mentioned it and I’d never heard of it. It makes a wonderful slapping noise. It’s great for light play, but if you want harder and more serious, trust me you can get it from the dogging bat. I ordered it from an online equestrian store and I believe it was less than ten dollars.

Here is a picture. If you’re into different spanking sensations I would definitely recommend you give it a try.

What’s your favorite spanking implement?


20 comments:

  1. LOL PK...if you enjoy it, more power to ya...I'll pass. ;)

    Hugs and Blessings...
    Cat

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    1. No, seriously any spanko would like this. I promise!

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  2. PK,

    Thanks to you for sending me a dogging bat I know how it feels. I do like the slapping noise it makes when it connects with the bottom.

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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    1. Tell 'em Ronnie. It's a great spanking toy.

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  3. PK,
    my favourite implement used to be the cane, but now it's my hand.
    Love and warm hugs,
    Paul.

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    1. Paul, hands are so very much better than any cane ever could be!

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  4. PK, I just love your sense of humour! I had always wondered what one of those things was when mentioned by "certain" bloggers. Now I know. Hmmm.

    After an episode with the darn cellulite brush yet again this morning, I am not sure I want to give a 'dogging bat' a try. Cat is correct - 'wood is no good'!!! LOL!

    Hugs
    Ami

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    1. Ami - Please go read my update. This is lovely leather and a wonderful implement, cheap and fun.

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    1. Felicity, I just love it. The look and the feel.

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    1. I think all who try it do love it.

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  7. I havent't tried it, but I bet you dollars to doughnuts I know who it was that mentioned it!

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    1. You have to try it - truly a must have.

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  8. Another new one for me! Never heard of a doggin bat. D is starting to become eDucation :D

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    1. You know me, a teacher to the core! You need to give it a try.

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  9. I must have a sensitive tush, because that dogging bat seems evil!!
    However.... Good for you!!

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    1. But it's not - really. You need to try it. Leather is always wonderful.

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  10. I hadn't heard of it either. In fact I'm still not sure if it's a doggin or a dogging bat and why you would get one at an equestrian store. Some research is in order I think.

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    1. Check my update - it's often used to move livestock without hurting them.

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