August 11, 2016 1 min read

BuddyRest Pet Products, a quality, innovative pet product manufacturer with an emphasis on truly orthopedic dog bedding,” this week announced they have formed a charitable partnership with The Grey Muzzle Organization. The Grey Muzzle Organization improves the lives of at-risk senior dogs by providing funding and resources to animal shelters, rescue organizations, sanctuaries, and other non-profits nationwide.

Born from a passion for improving the lives of both dogs and their owners through quality products based on science, BuddyRest Pet Products wanted to extend their animal welfare reach through the extensive and effective network of The Grey Muzzle Organization.


“We’re on a mission to provide durable, American-made, and scientifically-sourced dog beds that remove pain and improve the health of senior animals,” said Trevor Crotts, President of BuddyRest Pet Products. “But, we don’t want our help to end there. That’s why we’re partnering with The Grey Muzzle Organization to help raise money and donate products to help keep senior dogs happy and healthy.”


The Grey Muzzle Organization funds hospice care, senior dog adoption, medical screening, and other special programs to help old dogs at animal welfare organizations across America.


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