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Puppy Sluts 2

Released: Jul 01st, 2003
Running Time: 58
Director: Duck Dumont
Company: RedBoard Video
Cast: Annika (I), Jamie Gillis
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Specialty

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Jamie Gillis is here breaking in sub newbies by making them pretend to be dogs and the results are mixed. Lisa Solo, a curvy, gorgeous black girl, is removed of the wig she's wearing in the scene by Gillis "to make her look more like an animal." This barely unnerves her. Neither does Gillis slapping her, kicking her, making her rim his ass, calling her a "stupid nigger bitch" or eating what looks like oatmeal out of a dog dish. Getting hit with a belt and having her tits kneaded roughly makes her yelp more but it's still not too exciting to watch someone get degraded and minimally react to the majority of the treatment.

Annika has this sweet, lovely, resigned sadness to her and her pale skin gets reddened by Gillis' belt while she frowns. He lets her drink some water from a bowl and he gently holds her hair out of the way. There's lots of banter from Gillis about her belonging in the cage she starts off in and her being outside that cage is a fabulous excuse to beat her. From there, her back and ass end up red-hot and covered in welts. She is engaged but not fully so but she still is obedient and makes a fine pup.


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