September 10, 2016 1 min read 0 Comments

BuddyRest Pet Products has received an award for Best Orthopedic dog bed by renowned international magazine  Modern Dog. Modern Dog specifically recognized the BuddyRest Crown Supreme Bolster bed as the best Orthopedic dog bed for dogs with arthritis.  BuddyRest makes advanced memory foam dog beds. This prestigious title adds to the tremendous recognition the company and the Crown Supreme dog bed has received for design and innovation. Utilizing cutting-edge memory foam technology, the Crown Supreme dog bed is the best orthopedic dog bed in the world!


 

              

 




About BuddyRest

We are "dog people" at heart. That is why we work hard to bring consumers the best quality, innovative pet products that truly help animals. Our products make life easier for people and improve the quality of life for our furry friends. BuddyRest is leading a revolution in the pet industry by providing very durable, American made products that not only last the lifetime of your animal, but more importantly improve health and relieve pain. We use real science in our processes. All of our beds are pressure mapped to ensure the best support is always provided. a bed made to be comfortable, our beds are designed to improve animal's lives.

About Modern Dog

The International Reaching glossy quarterly features the very latest and greatest of what’s new in the dog world: canine news and reviews; must-have new products,  inspirational stories, and great photos guaranteed to make you smile, Modern Dog is an essential read for any dog lover.


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