Adopt-a-Pet.com Partners with Chewy to Support Pet Adoption


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Adopt-a-Pet.com and Chewy, Inc. have teamed up to help more shelter pets find their forever homes. 

Through an integrated partnership with the non-profit technology company, Chewy will support deepening Adopt-a-Pet.com's ability to develop innovative solutions for how to get more shelter pets adopted, expand their shelter assistance programs and provide animal welfare organizations with tailored support. Chewy's partnership with Adopt-a-Pet.com will allow the two to work together to not only increase pet adoptions, but also provide animal shelters and rescues with easy access to the resources and supplies they need to care for homeless animals in the time leading up to adoption.

Chewy will provide Adopt-a-Pet.com users easy online access to over 1,800 brands including supplies, food and prescription products that can be shipped directly to new pet parents and allow them more time to focus on their newly adopted furry family members.  Additionally, members of the Chewy community will have access to Adopt-a-Pet.com's database of hundreds of thousands of adoptable pets from more than 18,000 animal shelters and rescues nationwide as they embark on their adoption journey.

"There's a natural fit for a relationship between our two organizations," said Mita Malhotra, vice president of healthcare at Chewy. "Our aim is to make pet parents' lives easier and that's why we're excited to partner with Adopt-a-Pet.com.”

 

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