About Us

Welcome to the Easy Dog Life! Our goal is to provide insights into the products and tools that will make raising and taking care of a dog, or multiple dogs, much easier than many people realize. Whether you have a brand new puppy, or you’re adopting an older dog, we want to give you the tips and tricks that will make it as easy as possible. 

My Story

I got my first puppy back in May 2016 from a local dog shelter. He is a black Shepherd Mix, and my wife and I named him Batman becuase his pointy black ears make him look like a bat. We got our second dog in December 2018. He is a Siberian Husky with a smokey coat, and one brown eye and one blue eye. I really wanted to name him Bane (to go along with Batman), but my wife wanted to name him Tucker so we went with that!

Why we want to help people have an Easy Dog Life

Although Batman was a fairly easy dog to raise, he still chewed up a couple shoes, a bed skirt, tore the seat cushion in our couch, shed abundantly all over the place, jumped on new people that came to our house, and a host of other issues. Don’t get me wrong, he’s a great dog now, but there were a number of times we wondered if all the trouble was really worth it. Then, we got Tucker, and he was SO much worse! He was such a punk! He wouldn’t listen to anything. He shed even more than Batman, and chewed up tons of things; 2 remotes, Batman’s flea collar, a huge hole in the carpet in our bedroom, blankets, etc. And yet, we still love him just as much as Batman. 

Since we had so much trouble raising our dogs the past few years, I wanted to try to help others not have to go through what we went through… or at least be able to expedite the process by providing some tips and tricks. Our dogs are our best friends, but looking back on it, I wish we would’ve have some of these tools to help us have an Easy Dog Life when we first got our dogs. Hopefully they will come in handy for you and your dog as they have for us now. 

If you ever need a hand or have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out!

All the best,

Bobby

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