Badpuppy Relaunches Sites, Taps Belville as President

Rhett Pardon

NORTHWOOD, Iowa — Badpuppy, one of the oldest continuously operating gay adult entertainment brands, has gone live with new flagship sites and ClubAmateurUSA.

The newly relaunched sites retain the familiar logo depicting two puppies, but otherwise are brand new from the very first line of code. 

New features include NATS integration and responsive technology so the sites optimize to fit users' screens, regardless of whether thet screen is a smartphone,  tablet, laptop or desktop. 

The tour has been completely redesigned to increase conversions and the site has been overhauled to allow for greater affiliate support.

Bill Pinyon, owner and founder of, said that the company has never had such a thorough transformation as what has happened in the past two months.

"I’m quite pleased with our new direction," Pinyon said. "There are still a few bugs to work out but we have new energy and new enthusiasm. Next year Badpuppy will celebrate 20 years online and I think we have many more good years ahead."

Badpuppy originally started out as a BBS and was converted into the first gay adult membership site in May of 1995. In April 2013, Pinyon sold his interest in the company to KaiJack LLC, parent company of KJCash.

Pinyon, however, has taken back control of the company and recently installed Chad Belville, a longtime adult industry attorney, as president.

Belville that his entire team put in "a lot of very long days over the past six weeks to bring these new sites to life."

"It was hard work and long overdue, but now we have websites we can be proud of again and websites that our affiliates can promote," Belville said.

"The affiliate site is undergoing a complete renovation as well so we will have better support for our fresh new sites,” he said.

For information on PuppyCash's affiliate program, contact Belville at or Jeremy.