Training With Wolfie
By Karen Singer
Chapter 9 – Part 2 of 2
Rosa peered out her kitchen window to see what the dogs were doing out back. She saw Wolf once again trying to mount Bobo from the backside. Darn dog. Darn dogs! Not just Wolfie. She really should have had Wolf fixed when he was a puppy. Now…well, she would see what the future would bring. And then there was Brian…Bobo. He never believed that Wolf would dominate him if given the chance, yet there he was, with Wolf mounted over his back, trying to get at a part of him that Bobo didn’t even have. Dumb male dogs. Dumb males in general. All males!
She grabbed her box of dog treats and headed outside. “Wolf! Bobo!” she called as she walked down the steps and out into the yard. “Practice time again,” she said. “Wolf! Stop that!” she yelled. “Get over here!”
Wolf finally got off of Bobo and trotted over toward her, his tongue hanging out and a very happy and playful expression on his face. Bobo was much slower picking himself up from the ground and starting to crawl toward her. “Sit!” she ordered as Wolf got close. The big dog sat, but she noticed that his eyes never once left the box of treats in her hand. “Bobo! Get a move on!” she yelled.
Brian tried to crawl faster, but in truth, he wasn’t that interested. He was basically…exhausted! He finally crawled up next to Wolf, and sat…like the dog he was supposed to be.
“What the hell am I going to do with you two,” Rosa muttered as she shook her head. “Stay!” she ordered. She walked a short distance away across the yard, then turned back toward them. Both dogs were sitting just as they were, watching her. “Come!” she commanded.
Wolf quickly jumped up and trotted toward her. Bobo started moving to. By the time Bobo got to her, she already had Wolf sitting, had praised him, and had given him a treat. “Sit!” she ordered as Bobo got there. Bobo sat, she praised and petted him, then gave him a treat.
She backed up a little bit away from them and held her hand out. “Down!” she ordered as she lowered her hand. Bobo laid down, extending his front “legs” straight out. She was about to yell at Wolf, when Wolfie decided to copy Bobo and he laid down too. Finally! “Good boys!” Rosa praised. “Now, sit!” she ordered. As before Bobo got right up. But Wolf didn’t move until after he saw Bobo get to a sitting position, then he too sat. “What is this?” Rosa asked. “You can’t do it until Bobo does it? Dumb dog!” She tried it again. “Down!” Again Bobo went first, then a few moments later, after Wofie saw him in that position, Wolf got down that way too.”
Rosa shook her head and walked closer to her “dogs.” “Sit!” she ordered. Bobo sat, then Wolfie, after he saw Bobo do it. Rosa pet both dogs and gave them both treats. She knelt down in front of Wolf. “Shake…” Wolfie raised his paw and let her shake it. Then she gave him two treats. She moved over to Bobo. “Shake…” Bobo raised his paw too and she shook that up and down before giving him two treats as well.
She stood up again. “Well, at least that was better than last time,” she said. “Okay boys, go have fun.” She headed back into the house while Wolf laid down on the ground and rolled in the grass. Bobo, she noticed headed for the porch. When she looked out her window a few minutes later, both dogs where sacked out together on the porch sleeping. Perfect!
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Rosa brought her two “dogs” in at lunchtime. But as soon as Bobo got into the house, Rosa grabbed him and once again bound his legs up so he would be unable to use those lower extensions…that as far as Rosa could see, he really didn’t need anymore. Not as long as he was going to become more and more of a dog. She fixed herself some lunch, throwing both Wolfie and Bobo one of the big dog treats to work on while she ate. As usual, she ignored both of them as much as possible.
After lunch, she went into the living room to watch some TV. Wolfie jumped up on the couch and put his head in her lap. She pet him continuously as she watched the movie on TV.
Brian went and found his out of the way spot between the chairs and laid down. How the heck was he supposed to get out of this mess? She had said there was a way. Was she lying? Just trying to string him along? He couldn’t be sure, but it certainly seemed like it.
Suddenly, Wolf lifted his head from Rosa’s lap and growled.
“Wolfie…no!” Rosa ordered, but a moment later, Wolf launched himself from her lap and ran to attack the front door, barking ferociously. “Wolfie! No!” Rosa ordered again. She grabbed his collar just before someone rang her doorbell. Wolf made a desperate effort to get free, growling and barking like a mad monster. “Wolf! Stop it!”
With her hand holding tightly onto his collar, she opened the door to see one of her tenants out on the doorstep.
“I just wanted to drop this off,” the man standing there said. He held out an envelope for Rosa containing his rent money and she took it. “Sorry about Wolfie,” she said. “I’m still having a difficult time with him when it comes to someone at the door.”
The man nodded, waved, then walked back toward his car. Rosa closed the door, let go of Wolf, and Wolf immediately tried to attack the door again, barking and trying to get through it to whoever had been out there. It was a moment before he finally stopped.
Rosa went back to the couch to continue watching TV, but she noticed that Bobo was now missing. She got up and searched, and finally found him hiding in the bedroom. She shook her head but said nothing. She needed help keeping Wolf under control, and Bobo was going to have to learn to get over being overly shy. Two dogs, two very different problems.
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It was late in the afternoon when Brian decided he couldn’t wait anymore. He and Wolf were again wrestling and jumping on each other outside, but all that exercise had only made Brian’s situation that much worse. He had been holding it all day, but things were simply getting…unbearable now. He needed to take a shit, and he knew without a doubt that he was going to have to do it like she expected him to – like a dog! Ugh! Peeing was embarrassing enough, but that….
The urgency of his situation finally got so bad that even with Wolfie jumping all over him, he had to try to crawl away…but to where? There was really only one place he knew to go to do…his business. The same place where Wolf did it. The back of the yard. They usually played together all around the rest of the yard, he didn’t want all that smell and mess to be anywhere close. And heaven forbid, he didn’t want to accidently crawl thorough it while they were playing. So with Wolf still jumping on him…and occasionally trying to hump his rear end, he did his best to crawl directly to the back of the yard.
Once there, he moved much slower, checking the ground carefully for any of Wolf’s messes. He had never seen Rosa cleaning any of them up, and there were more than a few around. Mostly, they were dried up black looking chunks of…yuck! Knowing he couldn’t hold back anymore, he quickly found a place that seemed to have enough room. He tried to figure out the best way to do it, but nature was already taking its course. He lowered his backside a bit…and felt Wolf’s nose sniffing his rear end as he did it.
Rosa just happened to glance out her kitchen window as she was trying to decide what to fix for dinner. She noticed both dogs out in the very back of the yard where Wolfie usually did his smelly business, but this time Bobo was out there with him. What really caught her interest was the fact that this time, Bobo was the one going potty back there. She smiled. Finally! She just knew that with a little time he would be forced to accept that little indignity too. He really didn’t have much of a choice.
Brian felt nothing but relief to get all that mess out of him. When he finally figured it was over, he crawled a little bit away and turned around. Wolf was still right there, sniffing his mess closely. Ugh! Sickening! He looked to see how much had come out of him. A very large log! Yuck! Not wanting to stay anywhere near it, he crawled as fast as he could away from it. A moment later, Wolf was right there with him, jumping on him, playing with him…but also trying to lick his ass! Yuck. But then, he couldn’t wipe himself with any toilet paper. How the heck was he supposed to clean himself? And if Wolf was licking him clean, he certainly didn’t want Wolf’s tongue licking him afterwards. But Wolf was so much stronger and faster than he was. How could he stop him? He couldn’t. All he could do was try to get away from the big dog, which Wolf always considered nothing but play. There was no winning! None!
Bobo heard Rosa calling from the porch and hurried in that direction. Wolf bounded easily ahead of him. Oh to be able to move that fast with such little effort! Wolf really did have it easy!
The mealtimes were beginning to be routine for Bobo. He knew he had to wait until after she finished eating. And at dinner time, she always filled his bowl with plenty of food. Human food! But if he didn’t eat that, he knew he would have to eat Wolf’s dog food instead before she would let him go. And it was Sunday. He would have to work tomorrow – hopefully! Would she let him go tonight? He prayed she would. It had been a very long and difficult weekend. Full of things he never imagined before. And one special thing that sprang to the top of the list…other than her cruelty towards the men in that dungeon. It was the lips of that woman on his penis.
Yes, he couldn’t wait to go home tonight. Home, where he could stop being a dog! Home, where he could get away from her. Home, where he could sleep in his own bed and not in a cage. Home, where he could eat whenever and whatever he wanted.
Home, where he could finally be alone to play with himself, and remember the lips of that strange woman…in that strange place.
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“I’ll be waiting to see if you go to work tomorrow,” Rosa told him as she held the gate open for Brain to crawl through. It was late in the evening. She had just now released his leg bindings and removed the tape from his hands. She watched as the naked “dog” crawled quickly through the gate, then stood up with what appeared to be some difficulty as he reached the corner of the fence outside the gate. He seemed to be having trouble with his knees for a moment. Then all of a sudden, he ran for his back door and disappeared.
She smiled. Would he be going to school tomorrow to teach? Or would he be attending a different school instead – her dog school? Tomorrow would tell. Either way, if he didn’t figure out how to get some backbone pretty quickly, he would be all but finished as a man for a while.
That thought made her pause. Finished as a man for a while. For a while. But what about after she had turned him in to a dog for a while. What about after she had made him live like a dog for…a few months. What then? She supposed she would have no choice but to let him go back to living like he had. Which was such a pity, because obviously, he couldn’t handle the simple life he had.
So…what about after she had finished with him. Something that was still months away. It was something she would need to think about.