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Going dogging requires some preparation. Here are some of our picks for the most
important things to bring along:
Condoms, condoms, condoms
Obviously, if you're going to play safe, you need condoms. Especially if
you're going to let others join in the fun, it's an absolute must to have plenty
of condoms at-the-ready. You can't count on people bringing their own. You may
want to bring a variety of types and sizes so people can choose the condom most
comfortable for them. After all, no telling who will show up, and you
need to be ready for anything.
You should also bring some latex surgeon's gloves. If there's going to be any
internal, or even external, touching involved, latex gloves will protect both
parties. Dental dams (some people substitute plastic wrap) offer protection
during oral play.
Lube It Up
Plenty of lube is essential to keep your dogging session going like a
well-oiled machine. You probably already know that you should use
water-based lubes like Astroglide and KY-Jelly, as oil-based
lubes can degrade latex condoms. However, you may not realize that lube is
available, not just in tubes, but also in single-use packets. Just hand out a
little lube packet when you give out the condom, a perfect pair.
Now I Lay Me Down
It may seem exciting to have sex on the ground, on a picnic table, or on the
hood of your car. However, you'll have a quick bit of harsh reality once you
realize just how uncomfortable that can be. Rock on the floor, the hard metal of
a car, or splinters on a picnic table can ruin a dogging session. So, come
prepared. Bring a blanket to lie on, a pillow to rest your head, and anything
else you think you might need for comfort. We've heard of some dogging
enthusiasts who even bring their own air mattress to the fun. A little thought
to physical comfort will go a long way to making it a fun experience.
See What's Going On
You should have at least one flashlight at the ready, along with extra
batteries, before the fun begins. In terms of safety and simple efficiency, you
need to be able to see what's going on, especially if it's a dark or secluded
Clean Up Time
Dogging can be a very messy activity. To keep things clean and sanitary, you
should have plenty of baby wipes, paper towels, and tissues close at hand.
Encourage your newfound friends to wipe before the fun starts, you can
even give them a little Purel-style sanitizing gel to disinfect their hands.
When your dogging session is done, make sure to leave the location as clean
as when you found it. Bring plastic bags, and throw away EVERYTHING, condoms,
condom wrappers, baby wipes, etc. Your flashlight will come in handy here too.
It's your responsibility to the dogging community to do this; dogging should be
fun for those involved and not a burden on others. Either dispose of the plastic
bag in a proper receptacle at the dogging location or take it home and throw it