Poochie of Beverly Hills Adds Quintessential Collection to Dog Bed Line

October 19, 2016

Poochie of Beverly Hills, the Arizona-based popular brand of luxury pet furniture, today announced the debut of its new Quintessential Collection, an addition to its lineup of dog beds.

“We are thrilled to be debuting this new collection,” said Amanda Collins, co-owner of Poochie of Beverly Hills. “Designed for the traditional pet owner interested in fashionable twists, the Quintessential Collection showcases sophisticated options that enable you to keep your home looking smart while providing a great place for your pet to dream.”

The collection boasts a range of items, including a settee, a chaise lounge, a sofette, lounger and tufted headboards offset by nailheads. Poochie’s products are built by hand in the USA.

“With this collection, we wanted to capture the essence of contemporary design but also deliver a great-looking place for your pet to lounge,” said Cathy Jackson, an interior designer and co-owner of Poochie of Beverly Hills. “By expanding our offerings, we are accommodating the customer that is after that celebrity feeling without compromising on quality and good design.”

In addition to the Quintessential Collection, Poochie also offers dog beds from its Original, Couture, and Savvy line as well as ready to ship accessories like dog scarves, rhinestone dog cuffs, boa pet collars and more.

For more information, visit www.poochieofbeverlyhills.com or follow the company on twitter: @PoochieBevHills.

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