RoxyK96 answered Thursday April 21 2011, 2:00 am: Honestly no. Doing that is gross and can cause irritation and UTI's. It is considered beastiality and can be nasty. Also what happens when a dog bite's you down there. You would have to explain that to your parents or doctor. Now this said I cant deny that I have tried this myself and felt great but this is unatural. It just depends if you can live with the concequences. Also make sure the dog has all up to date shots, just incase. [ RoxyK96's advice column | Ask RoxyK96 A Question ]
julie75 answered Wednesday April 20 2011, 4:39 pm: I've seen videos of women doing this and I'm sure there are many people out there that enjoy it, so I think you have to decide if this is something you really want. You'll have to live with some pretty harsh consequences if you get caught and I imagine if the dog isn't careful, he could end up biting your clit. If you do decide to try it, be a little caucious. If you have any other questions, please feel free to ask. I hope this helps and good luck. [ julie75's advice column | Ask julie75 A Question ]
Teza answered Wednesday April 20 2011, 5:14 am: That's like putting peanut butter on your dogs vagina & licking it. Disgusting. It can cause infection, and it's just a sticky situation. [ Teza's advice column | Ask Teza A Question ]
Xui answered Wednesday April 20 2011, 4:00 am: If this is a serious question NO
Anything that does not belong down there should not be put down there, It can cause infections, UTI's and irritations. Also, Having a dog lick you down there is not only gross...but it is classified as beastuality which is illegal in many states. [ Xui's advice column | Ask Xui A Question ]
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