After going through the reviews for this, I realized that a certain Ur gross was right in one aspect: I over-reacted. Big time.
Maybe I didn't like one review I got, and I've gotten a few more after thisisdisgusting saying they didn't like the story. But that gave me no right to rant about it. So, yeah. I apologize to thisisdigusting, for freaking out when I probably should have just moved on with my life.
I figured I could also clear a few things up, because due to the nature of the story, some assumptions were made.
Number 1: Bella is not a real dog. She may act like one, but this is only for her pleasure and enjoyment. See, pet-play, or formally known as animal role-play, is used as a erotic sexual [or sometimes non-sexual] role-play form in which one, or more, participants will behave like a real or imaginary animal [i.e, a dragon, or dog]. This includes the appropriate mannerisms of said animal, like barking/whimpering, or meowing/purring, and being naked, because dogs/cats and all other animals don't wear clothes.
The other participant, or partner, may take the role of the trainer, caretaker, or even breeding partner. This is where Jasper comes in. He takes the role of Bella's Master, and caretaker.
This is a choice. While pet-play can be used as a form of BDSM, in a stance of humiliation, it is commonly a choice between the participants.
Number 2: Ur gross mentioned this made girls look bad. But there are plenty of women, who live this kind of life-style. To me, it doesn't make girls look bad at all. But then again, I'm actually interested in this kind of thing.
Men enjoy this life-style as well. Gay, and straight men. It's statistically proven that most men choose to be a powerful animal, like a dog, wolf, horse, or lion. Women mostly choose to be ponies, kittens, cats, or puppies. I'm more interested in the puppy/dog aspect of pet-play, so that's why I made Bella a dog.
I plan on continuing this story, with different moments in time. And I want to thank all the people who were supportive of this story. I especially want to thank Love reading; while you pointed out you didn't like the story, you weren't harsh about it. So thanks.
Anyways, that's it.