Soccer star Brad Evans documents adorable adventures with his dog on Instagram
Q13 SEATTLE — It's no secret that Seattle Sounders FC Defender Brad Evans lives a pretty, pretty good life.
Star of a Major League Soccer team. Starting player on the U.S. Men's National Team. Thirty years young. Fit. A loving wife and a gorgeous home in Kirkland.
It's easy think Evans has it made.
But one doesn't need to look far to find someone who has it even better. In fact, the real Life of Riley-liver even shares Evans' address.
Meet Coto, Evans' 5-and-a-half year old golden retriever.
Coto lives the life. And not just that normal dog life... though he lives that, too.
An average day for Coto goes something like this. First, he goes to a cafe with Evans. The soccer star gets a vanilla latte. Coto gets a biscuit.
Then they might go play in the park. Coto has a tendency to get a tad dirty.
After the park, they'll go to Starfire Sports in Tukwila. There, Brad will lace up for soccer practice. Since Coto pretty much has free reign of the campus, he just gets to hang out... and sits where he pleases.
After practice, the pair usually get some much-needed rest. Much needed especially for Coto. It's tough looking so studly and getting pets all day long.
Evans told Q13 FOX News that Coto even has his own Temperedic doggy bed. But he doesn't seem to use it much.
Of course, being Coto comes with responsibilities, too. There's the travel.
The dinner dates.
And Coto can get a little Diva-demanding. Most big stars do. Heck, it's hard keeping up with the fame and the paparazzi. This isn't even Coto's first expose!
But he remembers the perks. Because all-in-all, it's a pretty good life.
To see more of Coto, and his buddy Brad Evans, tune into Q13 FOX Q It Up Sports. And watch Evans join the U.S. Men's National Team at 2 p.m. Saturday on Q13 FOX as the team continues it's quest for the world cup.
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