A Daddy and His Dog

February 10, 2011

Being a dog person myself, there's nothing sexier than a man who loves his dog. Hopefully, you're all in agreement about this and you'll be as delighted as I am to discover this cute little tumblr page devoted to just that. Men and Their Dogs features a variety of men folk playing with their cute pooches and looking damn sexy while doing so.

Looks like they take submissions, so be sure to alert your friends at Daddyhunt if you get featured on there. In the meantime, let us know which photos are your faves in the comments below.

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About this author: Rob lives in Manhattan with his black pug Riley. When he’s not thinking about daddies, he enjoys writing, eating burritos, watching copious amounts of television, and thinking about his next meal.
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sexyyyyyyyyyyy

thanks for the link... love a good photo of a man and his dog[s]...

I always thought a man who shows a pic of himself loving a dog must be good in bed.
Still testing the premise.

George Nader and Race Bannon on the same page? Yummy! George always did know how to fill out his jeans. And you just know Race was taking it from Dr. Quest every night. While Bandit watched.

One nice thing about a man that shares his life with a dog is that you know he has to be someplace on a regular basis. Odds are he is fairly stable and consistent. A dog in a man's life shows that he is a giver, and has what it takes to maintain a relationship with the right person. Pets do center caring people. A man that has a canine companion may be worth your while to get acquainted with.

I dunno, a man with a dog says to me that he's needy. Which isn't always a bad thing, but dogs require such constant attention. Although if the dog is fulfilling that for him maybe it leaves all the positive attributes for you! ;-)

so true

OMG, I never considered that aspect before.
You are right on target. Thanks for sharing.

Never thought of them that way BUT
I guess "Kasey and Finnigan" are now cool.......

LOL LOL

Arf!

I have four pugs and these guys are just like your kids. I can't wait to see them when I'm gone from the house.

So right....
I agree with Ranger 9 above about a dad and his dog ....how he needs to be resposible and is a caring guy...
a good study of character traits....
great site...thanks!

Have a wonderful beagle that is my shadow....what a buddy he is...

Mellow, a 6 y/o yellow lab mix, is our pride and joy. My b/f and I don't live together yet, but he'll take her every once in a while. When I rescued her [she was around 10 months at the time], my life changed in so many good ways. When the b/f and I hit a severe rough patch, I broke up with him, then watched as he said good-bye to Mellow and it tore my heart in half. I couldn't purge that image from my mind so a week later we reconciled...that was five years ago. Our vacations often include Mellow. We make it a point to pack a picnic and go to the dog park whenever we can. She's a fixture in the neighborhood and I've met so many people on our walks. I can't imagine my life without her.

How awesome ! Sweet !

A lucky dog..................
I love animal lover

I've had my Frodo since he was 6 weeks old. BF's may come and go, but no matter whatever else may happen, I always feel great when I return home to that wagging tail. As a few other people have said, I can't imagine my life without him.

The photo for the cover of Bert Jansch's album...just look at the face of that puppy...pure contentment and unconditional love.

i love dogs but think it's stupid when people put their dogs in their personal profiles.

'i love dogs but think it's stupid when people put their dogs in their personal profiles' that's understandable'lakersfan', however you can't get to really know the real person unless there is something of any substance or depth to their profile. A picture is worth a thousand words, and what you see may be what you get, should you and another member of a on line community ever meet in person. Just like walking through the park with a dog, which can be an ice breaker, you see the same thing going on here.

' I dunno, a man with a dog says he's needy', To the contrary of what raccoon428 says, a man with a dog says he's willing to put out, and do what is required to build the relationships in his life. A man with a dog, is saying 'it's not all about me', When one loves, then giving and getting constant attention is as easy as breathing, whether it's a dog or another human. A dog will never fullfill the need for human companionship, but dogs do make a difference in the lives of people. I might add, any animal companion. Until recently in human history we could not survive without dogs, and there are many studies that show people that have or had a dog in their lives are more content, happy, healthier, mentally and physically and tend to live longer more fullfilling lives.

I'm surprised there hasn't been a group for dog lovers organized on this site; That said, those of us that have the capacity to bond with another living creature find posting photos of our pets very ordinary and germane in how we go about our lives, whether it is live and in person or in cyperspace.

well you don't really love dogs

I got a feelin lakersfan you've never had any fun as a kid growing up with a dog companion. It's a great thing to experience as a child. It puts a perspective on life and hwo todeal with people when you step into the grown up world.

i think that's adorable and i think that iuf a daddy can be that kind and loving to his dog imagine how hw\e could be with his boy(s)how did those guys get on that group of featured daddies?

OK, Try this. Lock your boyfriend and your dog in the garage for an hour. Then open the door and see who is more excited to see you.
I have had animals for almost all of my life. The times I didn't were very low. Some days the only reason I get out of bed is to let the dogs out. You HAVE to take care of them, and in return they help you take care of yourself. They do provide companionship but there is more. My dogs can sense when I am upset and cuddle up next to me, or want to sit in your lap. Nothing like a full grown greyhound that wants to be a lap dog.

I agree GreyhoundGent, dogs love, unnconditionally, you take care of them, but most humans don't realize they are taking car of you.

A gay man with a dog can be problematic. Gay men I've met often mistake the instinctive "love" a dog shows him as equal to or superior to the love of another human being. Fact is if you feed a dog, pet it, give it a toy and walk it, that dog will "love" you. I resent the fact that gay men treat dogs as their "children." As much as I love my cat, it's a cat, not a child.A gay man with a dog can be emotionally lazy when it comes to his male HUMAN love interest; telling himself the love of a dog is all he needs, or that it lasts longer than human love. Shame, that.

As someone who is allergic to cats whose boyfriend actually saw him break out in hives around the bf's cat and called the episode psychosomatic when he already knew I had this problem, I cannot help but concur.

Animals are great companiions. They're the first one to greet you at the door, vs. some boyfriends, and ALWAYS there for you when your sick or not feeling well.
How many boyfriends are NOT there when your sick or under the weather ?

Dogs keep you warm at night. How many boyfriends do that ?

Dogs guard the premises and are the first to let you know when something is wrong or someone is at the door.

Dogs don't judge you by your appearance, age,wrinkles or make quick stupid judgements about you. They are genuine. They get to know you. Most of them enjoy a ride in your car, and don't judge what your driving too.

Dogs are honest and again genuine. Dogs are FAITHFUL..... NOT like some men.

Then men wonder why some people say "All men are pigs"... perhaps there is some truth....

All of that is true, however, the bond you have with a dog will never come close to the bond you will have with another man, if you allow yourself to be open to that. I fear that too many men turn to the "love" from a dog, because they have been emotionally damaged by another man, and as succh deprive themselves of any future happiness with another man.

Animals are great companiions. They're the first one to greet you at the door, vs. some boyfriends, and ALWAYS there for you when your sick or not feeling well.
How many boyfriends are NOT there when your sick or under the weather ?

Dogs keep you warm at night. How many boyfriends do that ?

Dogs guard the premises and are the first to let you know when something is wrong or someone is at the door.

Dogs don't judge you by your appearance, age,wrinkles or make quick stupid judgements about you. They are genuine. They get to know you. Most of them enjoy a ride in your car, and don't judge what your driving too.

Dogs are honest and again genuine. Dogs are FAITHFUL..... NOT like some men.

Then men wonder why some people say "All men are pigs"... perhaps there is some truth....

I'm a Dawg

I love dogs
and Dads
and Dads n Dogs with Dawgs on in trucks on hikes
I especially like bones

I DO NOT like pet-child fetish,
nauseatingly popular and public in San Francisco
and the sickly babyish co-dependent behavior of men who are topped by their pets

Actual Statement (names have been changed to protect the pet)
"I can't go to your mom's memorial service because I can't leave Fluffy alone"

Red rocket! Red rocket!

" A gay man with a dog can be problematic" hey philmarlowe, a life form no matter what species, be it a dog or a cat needs love and caring, Could you explain to us what you mean by 'Problematic?', If you feed a human, pet it , love it, and give it a toy it will love you, so what's the difference? A dog will love you unconditionally, and will not come into your life with two faces the way most humans will do. Most humans do not love unconditionally, and most will walk out of your life. If a dog or a cat walks away it's because they are being abused.... If I am wrong please present your case. Chances are, You may have been meeting men that are emotional lazy but it has nothing to do with the canines in their lives. We are what we attract.

As a dog and and cat campanion I suggest you broaden your horizons and not be so prejudicial about the men you meet based on the non-human companions they choose to have in their lives. I have never met a man that ever said the love of a dog is all he needs, it isn't realistic. I doubt if you ever have either. I kinda feel bad for that cat living with you, because, while he or she may have shelter and food, there no genuine love that cat is receiving from you, simply because your love is based on conditions, real love goes beyond the shape, or sex, or species. Love is the only objective. Love does not judge. One loves because that is what they feel.

Gracious, Ranger, so much JUDGMENT from you!! all about things and an individual (me!) you know nothing about. I also note you have nothing genuine to add to this topic, other than ad hominem arguments that are beneath contempt.

ps. if YOU go into a relationship with "two faces," poor you!

Not judgement philmarlowe, observation, How about sharing something with us about you so that we can get to know you. If you could dispense with cleches like 'ad hominem' and not be so thin skinned you may make some friends here, you and I could be the best of friends if you'd let your guard down.

I had 2 Bearded Collies for 16 years - part of the time with my ex-partner - when they died within months of each other, I understood so much more about them and myself and what it is to have a reciprocal love affair with another living being. I've never had a dog since because although I could do with that love-that-doesn't-talk-back, the loss would just be too great - selfish but true. And yes I would agree that i'm needy but just wait until you're alone again with enough baggage to sink the Titanic and maybe you'll be a little more sympathetic.
As far as I'm concerned, there's no greater love than that between man and dog but it goes wrong too - there are arguments and fights and rebelliousness just as between two people but it's rare to find a man who senses your happiness and your grief long before it becomes obvious (and at least dogs don't cheat on you - cats will ditch you at the drop of a tasty morsel!). Give me a cold, wet snout every day!

I'm more than happy to have my picture of Jasmine and myself on my profile, she is my dog first then my companion. The love and affection that she gives is second to none, oh don't get me wrong I had a long term partner of 28 yrs and we both enjoyed our last dog together as it brought us closer. It also shows that I'm caring and respectfull of everyone/ thing else, so please those who don't like the photographs don't need to look at them or if thats how they feel then it would appear their not able to recipicate the emotion off of anyone.

A big dog lover here it is nice to see a man and his dog

I have been a dog lover all my life. I disagree with the comment someone make about having their dog on their profile. I have mine on a few, and he is part of my life and family. I am sorry that person feels that way. I current dog will be 6 month old on Februay 13. He is a lot of fun and he makes me smile. My last dog, which I had to put down on August 19, 2010 had just turned 12 on August 8, so I was very sad. It is like loosing a member of the family.

aahwww...that is so sweet.

I love my dog and have discovered she is also a "man magnet"! Men will approach me bye approaching her first! She's a great conversation starter!

I've popped a picture of me and my greyhound Harry on there. Let me know what you think, boys!

Wow, look like my dog was "dognapped" for this photo! Different collar, but identical orange and white face, fur, paw, breed! Wonder if they are siblings! Good dawwwgs! (both of you!)

I like dog too; but I donot like it smell.
I used to see some clip dog play with male ;) it is great movie

:)

Have 3 dogs myself only one is in my profile pic.Some guys have told me if I treated them like I do my dogs I wouldn't be single.

I do not know how I would rate, my dog thinks she is the queen of Sheba! Mini Shih Tzu, but want a fabulous little love she is.

Those doggies can be mans best friend whether its the actual doggie or the barking little submissive naughty scamp fun that goes on from time to time and then the real doggie barks from wondering what the human poochs are up to. Seriously though theres nothing like a doggie who comes running and doesnt have a ton of issues other than to be loyal and get at that piece of food in my pocket.

Men who love dogs are the best! They love us unconditionally!It keeps us calm and centered.

considering the fact I proposed a sexless marriage to a dog and she didn't say yes, I would say men and dogs go together the best.

My arrogant straight brother got a dog after he divorced in the early 1980s. His dog seemed to offer him some comfort between wives. I can't say we have a lot in common but I was impressed with how comforted he seemed to be with that dog.

I felt comfort and security around my freind's dog only because she was so emotionally needy. I also grew up with dogs.

Her picture is next to my bed and it's the first thing i see when i wake up