Clement Eloy is a French product designer who has decided to “help out” dogs when they get the urge. Mr. Eloy has produced other provocative product designs, but this one is the most … primal.
The Hotdoll is a doggy love doll that is supposed to help channel the sexual appetite of canine pets. The doll’s shape allows dogs to grasp it easily with their paws, “like female hips,” as Mr. Eloy puts it on his Web site.
Mr. Eloy proclaims, “A dog is an animal with an enormous sexual appetite which can’t be controlled. Many methods consist in artificial ways to stop dogs’ inborn caractère. These methods, like castration or meds, are going against the nature laws.”
The doll comes in two sizes, large and small, for big and little dogs. It is made of plastic covered with a thick technogel skin (“for a soft feel”). The doll’s feet and nose are made of rubber, so it will grip the floor when mounted. The pink hole (“most important part!”) “needs to be washed regularly for hygienic reasons.” Accessories include a “female odour” spray.
The Hotdoll has been in the media spotlight from the moment it was revealed to the world. And there must be many dog owners whose legs are receiving a little too much attention from their oversexed pets, since visitors to design Web sites everywhere are demanding to know where the item can be purchased. I have not yet discovered where the Hotdoll is for general sale. Please let me know if you find out!
Photo courtesy of feeladdicted.com