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About Mark & Technobark

My name is Mark Braeden. I am an experienced, electrical engineer and a dog breeder. Pet owners want to know what’s best for their dog companion.

Mark Braeden - Technobark's electrical engineer and dog expert

In case you are wondering who is creating this website and why, here is all the basic information about me:

I graduated with a degree in Electric Engineering at Boston University. I started my career in 2009 as an Electrical engineer in Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories and worked there until 2017. I love my work there, but I also want to have time in knowing more about dogs. I already owned an Alaskan Malamute named Steve and I wanted to spend more time with him, and to become a dog breeder someday. After I worked in Schweitzer, I decided to combine my 2 passions: Electrical engineering and Dogs.

Many people asked me about what kind of breed is Steve. Because of this, I started to seriously begin my career as a dog breeder. Now, my circle of pet pal friends grew from only Steve to adding another 4 dogs: Alaskan Malamute, Clumber Spaniel, Irish Terrier and Mutt. I can take care of all my dogs and my family members help me as well when I must leave the house which only happens once to twice a week.

Since I am obviously interested in gadgets and electronics, and also a dog lover, as a qualified engineer, I decided to share the latest hi-tech dog products and put reviews so fellow pet dog owners will conveniently see what the products really have to offer, and if these are worth to buy or not.  I feel a sense of fulfilment when I share my dog tech experiences to the online community. This is how I created Technobark.

For easy access to animal tech product reviews and store links, Technobark is made by a dog lover for dog lovers. No need to browse multiple sites to find the best or the most affordable cute pet things. Less information overload for dog owners who begin to buy dog toys and feeders.

Endlessly browsing for animal products is tiresome. With so many good pet technology and toy products out there, it is very confusing to open tabs and put the entire list on their notes. They have to read the description again if the toy they are purchasing is really suitable for their canine friend. Worst, their hard-earned money will be going down the drain if they purchase a thing that is not suitable for their lovely pet’s lifestyle.

Anyone can also share their thoughts and experiences through the comments section so fellow dog owners would know how others are feeling about those dog devices. You can get updates by following Technobark on social media sites.

If you are soon to become a dog parent, taking care of dogs is really worth it! Loyalty and compassion will be coming on your way and Technobark has the information you may need. Love them and you will never regret it!

Technobark’s articles are worth to read for both new and veteran dog owners.

Share TechnoBark to your fellow dog lovers and connect with me on LinkedIn! You may not know, those product reviews will nurture your relationship with the man’s best friend.


  • Mark Braeden

    Mark is a Boston University graduate and former electrical engineer. In 2017, he decided to combine his tech knowledge with his love for dogs. He spent a year familiarizing himself with the latest GPS tracking collars, invisible fences, and other hot pet gadgets before he wrote his first product review. After selling Technobark, Mark remained a writer and consultant but spends more time on his other passion now: raising and training his growing family of dogs.

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