Animal Birthing 1: Her First Litter

by Amber FoxxFire

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Having just turned 18 and never known a guy, I was really looking forward to Christmas week. We always traveled to my aunt's place up north.

This year it wasn't my aunt I was looking forward to seeing.

It was her large German Shepherd I was aching to "spend some quality alone time" with.

Bruiser was the largest, most handsome devil I'd ever come across.

Excerpt:

Having just turned 18 and never known a guy, I was really looking forward to Christmas week. We always traveled to my aunt's place up north.

This year it wasn't my aunt I was looking forward to seeing.

It was her large German Shepherd I was aching to "spend some quality alone time" with.

Bruiser was the largest, most handsome devil I'd ever come across. I wasn't so much interested in guys, but Bruiser? Oh my God, he lit my world on fire.

Maybe I was just weird, but all year long I dreamed of him. Before, I could only dream of doing naughty things to his large, muscular body.

But now that I had finally come of age, I was free to experiment with him in any way I pleased.

Being 18 with no responsibilities was so much fun!

Unbeknownst to me, however, my care-free, no responsibility lifestyle was just about to come to an abrupt end.

 

Mom thought it was great that I was so excited to see my aunt. Little did she know!

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Once we'd settled in and our rooms established, I grabbed Bruiser's leash and told everyone I was going for a nice, long walk and to not wait up for me.

I didn't tell them that I was going to take their precious little dog down to the park and experiment with him. Thinking about his poking red rocket was pretty much the only thing that got me worked up.

I couldn't tell you how many times I'd masturbated to the thought of kissing his cock.

Now that I was a full-grown adult, however, I was going to do more than just think about it. Thinking about it gave me the chills and I couldn't wait to ditch the family and have a little fun with Bruiser.

Contrary to his name, Bruiser was a gentle giant. He was a bit bigger than other German Shepherds I'd seen - perhaps around a hundred and thirty pounds, but he had the nicest disposition.

He was friendly, affectionate and very...nosy.

I was going to use that last bit to my advantage. See, today lined up just perfectly.

I was fertile.

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