Your pet can’t tell you when they’re experiencing discomfort, but you know when it’s happening. Support their health better with supplements that are scientifically formulated and clinically tested.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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...
Supporting a healthy urinary tract system is critical for our feline fur babies. You probably have or know of a cat with an unhealthy urinary tract right now. We want to do the right thing but it can be confusing. Some urinary tract foods contain salt. That can’t be...
By: Rebecca Rose, InClover founder & product developer Who feels stupid now for talking baby talk to the dog? Not me! An article published in this week’s Science Journal showed what you probably already realized: Your dog loves when you say nice things in that...