Mr Puppy UK is brought to you by a small team of kinksters and pet players who share a common view of the kink and fetish communities as a supportive brotherhood, and a common love of the Pups & Handlers community. We call ourselves “The Mr Puppy Team”, and we create and run the annual contest as well as support and promote the title holder and his initiatives throughout the year. We believe in community service and in being in contribution to others, and we dedicate ourselves to promoting the fun of the pup community.
We’re all volunteers, and though we’re busiest in the months leading up to the annual contest, we’re active year-round in the pup community.
Brock’s a leather man and musical wolf pup from East London and has been active on the scene for several years. He was one of the pups representing the UK in the very first Mr Puppy Europe contest in 2015, finishing in second place and bringing the UK its first silver medal from that contest, and launched Mr Puppy UK that same year with Kitty Rony and Pup Diesel. Active in both the Pup and Leather communities and with a particular affinity for events and shows, he’s also competed for Mr Leather UK 2016 and 2017. He has judged Mr Puppy UK 2015-16 and 2017, Mr Puppy Europe 2016 and 2017, Mr Puppy Netherlands 2017, and Mr Puppy France 2017, and hosted the first Best in Show pup contest during Recon’s Fetish Week London in 2016. He was also the first pup to be shown, as a pup, on national television in the 2015 documentary The Secret World of Tinder. When he’s not on stage, he’s got his paws full training his own pup, MikePaws, and can often be found at kink and pup events across the UK and Europe. That, and, he loves being on stage!
Rony’s a kitty from South London. The odd one out in our world, he nonetheless enjoys the fun of the pup / pet play scene! Originally brought in to judge the first Mr Puppy Europe contest in 2015, he ended up stage managing it at the last minute. The contest gave us all ideas and Mr Puppy UK was launched that year together with Pup Brock and Pup Diesel. A fetish cat who gets along well with pups, he’s active in the Pup community, and has a liking for shows and events, working in the shadows and having organised / stage managed Mr Puppy Europe 2015 and 2016, as well as run Mr Puppy UK 2015-16. He also helped run Recon’s first Best in Show contest, as a part of Fetish Week London 2016 and spent time in the Pup Area at Full Fetish! He also judged Mr Puppy France 2017 and Mr Puppy Netherlands 2018.
Eddie is a rubber man who’s been active in the international gay scene since 1999 including assisting and marching at Prides. And since 2006, in the UK in the straight/mixed and gay fetish communities. Eddie is the administrator of the London Rubbermen and the most experienced bondage expert of the London Wolpack – the organisers of one of Recon’s Fetish Week London most popular recurring events: The Bondage Masterclass. Eddie has also judged the first Best in Show pup contest in 2016 then hosted by Brock. Eddie is a strong believer in creating a safe environment for new joiners and seasoned kinksters to experience fetish in their own way. He has also provided support to different causes throughout the years including fundraising for various charities and other noble causes. Outside of kink, Eddie is a typical London city lad who truly enjoys travelling and meeting new people, a caring family member, and the proud owner of two bio dogs.
Spot, quite possibly the most recognisable human Dalmatian in the country, was the first Mr Puppy UK, and when he handed over his title to Piglet, he joined the Mr Puppy Team to help continue the work and continue contributing to the community. In his title year, he quickly established Mr Puppy UK both in the pup community and in the national media on television and in print. He's been an enthusiastic pup for years, and loves helping share the joy of being pup with others – and also, share the joy of his adventures in bondage and electro! In addition to being Mr Puppy UK, Spot also competed at Mr Puppy Europe in 2016, bringing home the UK's first bronze and second medal overall from that contest.