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Allergy and Immune Support

never Goes out of Season!

winner of the Top impact award for sustainability

We’re completely obsessed with the science of healthy pets. That’s why InClover supplements are the only supplements scientifically designed for pets’ unique physiology, supporting better health from the inside out.

Canine Connectin

For hip + joint

Flow

For urinary tract

BioRadiant

For skin + coat

spry

for respiratory + Ocular

OUR PROCESS

Did we mention that we’re obsessed with good science? For over two decades we have thoughtfully developed our supplements using the highest quality-standards, rigorous testing and high-quality ingredients. Your pet’s health is our passion and expertise.

SCIENTIFICALLY FORMULATED

Born from biochemistry and a passion for helping pets and people.

Knowledge of Pet Physiology

Supplements designed for your pet’s unique physiology for whole-body health.

Clinically Tested

Clinical trials, patented formulas, we’ll let the science speak for itself. (Just kidding, we’d love to talk about it!)

ingredients with a purpose

High-quality ingredients formulated to work together to support your pets’ whole-health.

"5 Stars"

My dogs & I love InClover products. I switched my older Golden to Connectin Chews from another similar product and saw a noticeable difference in a very short time. All my dogs get Optagest every day, and always will. I love that InClover products are all natural and USA made by a socially and environmentally responsible company.

Martha K.

Dive Deeper

4 Tips for a safe and happy Thanksgiving for your pet.

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday — period. Every year, we have a houseful of friends, dogs and cats. What could be better? My animal family of Floyd, Jasmine and Chai, however, do not see it quite the same way I do. They are used to having their house, yard and family all to themselves in a pretty nice routine. Thanksgiving is stressful. To help minimize stress and upsets, follow these simple tips from ASPCA and In Clover.

7 Questions to Ask When Picking a Joint Supplement

Rebecca Rose, InClover Research  When I founded InClover I had just completed a global research project we called the holy grail of women’s health. We discovered a type of bacteria that could keep women healthy, if only we could get them to grow in the body. Sounds...

Caring for your pet in cold weather

By: Humane Society of Boulder Valley The Humane Society of Boulder Valley and the City of Boulder Animal Control wants to remind you that your furry or feathered companions may also be feeling the chill. In addition to being vulnerable to the cold weather, many...

Nutrition basics for your kitten: What you should know

By: VetStreet Your kitten weighed only a few ounces at birth. He'll put on about 2 pounds in the next 10 weeks and continue to gain weight rapidly until he's about 6 or 7 months of age. After that, he'll continue to gain more slowly until about 11 months of age;...

Help for Hairballs

If you have ever watched your cat wrenching to expel a hairball, or if you have stepped on a hairball in the middle of the night, you have experienced the discomfort of hairballs. Hairballs are known in scientific circles as trichobezoar and are very common in cats, especially in long-haired cats (although they occur with any length of hair). They are more common during warmer seasons and climates.