May 01, 2014 1 min read 0 Comments

BuddyRest Pet Products has been chosen as the winner of the Family Choice Award for best pet product. This awards program is one of the most coveted consumer awards in the nation. It has been honoring products that help families for 19 years. BuddyRest is honored to be chosen with it's high quality dog beds. President Trevor Crotts says "We are commited to quality and innovation at BuddyRest. We are humbled to be chosen by the FCA for our dog beds. We will use this honor as validation that we are on the right track, but we have a lot more work ahead with creating products that improve the lives of pets". BuddyRest makes their top quality orthopedic dog beds in the USA. 

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