A free resource that enables smaller animal shelters to obtain significant cost savings on shelter equipment and supplies.
The Cooperative Buying Program is a free resource for smaller animal shelters to obtain significant cost savings on shelter equipment and supplies such as collars, leashes, rawhides, toys, beds, training crates, veterinary products and pharmaceuticals. By pooling all shelters as a buying consortium, The Cooperative Buying Program offers the opportunity for organizations to save money on high-quality pet and veterinary products through combined high-volume purchasing power. Shelters can easily join this consortium and quickly gain access to high-quality, lower-cost supplies.
The Cooperative Buying Program was developed by The Pet Savers Foundation, the development arm of North Shore Animal League America, The Pet Savers Foundation has a history of creating mission-driven, groundbreaking programs that are piloted and then adopted by shelters nationwide.