Woman quits job to earn six figures a month acting as a dog on OnlyFans
A 21-year-old woman who quit her job to live like a dog full-time now pulls in over six figures a month.
Jenna Phillips, from Austin, Texas, US says that she always felt like a dog growing up, but not in a sexual way at first.
She used to pretend to be a puppy, rolling around, fetching balls and loved getting praise like ‘good girl.’
During her two years as an optician Jenny started an OnlyFans account where she posted ‘vanilla content’ for the first 18 months.
It was only when she met two men in Chicago who told her more about the ‘pet play scene’ that she decided to learn more.
Jenna explained: “I feel like a dog. I just want to roll around, play fetch, get head scratches, run around and play. All of that.
“I have always acted like a puppy but not in a sexual way at first. I used to pretend I was a puppy when I was growing up.
“I really love praise. I love hearing ‘good girl’. It makes my heart melt every time.
“Looking back on it now, it’s kind of always been there. I just didn’t know there was a scene, I just thought it was my personality.
“When it comes to pet play, the majority of girls do kittens, foxes or rabbits and the majority of puppies are men.
“I thought about it for a long time when I first got into pet play. I feel like a dog [so that’s what I decided to be].”
After 18 months of posting ‘vanilla’ content to her OnlyFans account she started uploading kinkier pet play videos under the name ‘thatpuppygirl.’
This is when her account really took off.
She now charges her fans £16, $20, per month to subscribe to her uncensored OnlyFans content, where she chases after balls, walks around on a lead and takes baths, often while naked.
She added: “There has been a big surge in my followers since I moved to doing puppy play content.
“OnlyFans was just a hobby before but I had just been doing ‘vanilla’ stuff. I then realised there wasn’t really a market for female ‘puppies’.
“The majority of the puppy community is for gay men. Whenever I went shopping for the gear, it was only really for men.
“I thought screw it, why don’t I create the market? I know there’s a demand for it so why don’t I supply it?
“It’s now my full time job. My revenue has increased 100 times since I move to puppy play content. I’m making six figures monthly.”
The majority of her revenue comes from people requesting custom videos, with one follower having paid almost £1,000, $1,200, for a one-off piece of footage.
Jenna explained: “I do custom videos and the most I have charged for one video was $1,200.
“If somebody tells me what they want, I will give them a quote. The more kinky you want, the more it will cost.
“This is what I love to do the most. I feel so grateful to make a living being paid doing something that I would be doing even if there was no money involved.
“My fans make my world. I’m so grateful for them.”
Whilst Jenna has always loved acting like a puppy, it was only when she met two men in Chicago who explained it to her that she really got involved.
Jenna said: “They explained it to me and I thought it was really cool so I went to a meet up with them.
“I have made a lot of friends through the scene. It’s been great so far, men and women have been thanking me for representing the community on OnlyFans.”
And although she is willing to try a lot of things to fulfil her customer’s needs, she has made it clear that there are some things that she just won’t do.
She said: “Some of the requests are a bit too much. People have asked me to film with a real dog and I can’t say no quickly enough.
“There are no animals involved in my filming and never will be.”
However, the star said that because she’s very “open-minded” and “fetish friendly” she tries not to jude what people ask for.
Adding: “I try to understand where people are coming from with their kinks.
“I know a lot of people would turn around to me and tell me my kink is crazy so I try not to be judgemental. I love learning more about kinks too. It’s my lifestyle 24/7.”
Jenna is single but works alongside the same man in all of her videos, and shares them on TikTok too.
Jenna said: “When I first started TikTok there was a lot of push back on my first videos. It didn’t bother me personally because from a human being perspective, I wasn’t doing anything wrong.
“Even when I’m off camera and public I love to be walked on a leash. I have never had any backlash in real life. It only ever happens online.
“The only time anyone has come up to us in person when we’ve been filming said ‘I don’t know what you’re doing, but it looks awesome so keep it up’. That was cool.
“Austin is a very progressive city for things like that though. Especially for Texas.”