social responsibility

Mission Statement

At InClover, our mission is to scientifically formulate supplements that enrich the lives of pets, and as a benefit, the humans they love.  Each InClover supplement product manufactured must pass strict quality standards and exceed sustainable practice standards.


Our philosophy of operating with integrity extends to our community and our planet. InClover is a regular donor to reputable nonprofit organizations improving the lives of abused or abandoned animals. Since 2005, InClover has provided enriching employment opportunities for dozens of specially abled workers through Imagine! CORE/Labor Source.


InClover has been awarded the Top Impact Performer in Pet Supplements from the Pet Sustainability Coalition. This award spans InClover’s commitment to pets, people and planet. Achieving this level of impact is the culmination of hard work from the entire InClover team. Our commitment is to continuous improvement and leveraging InClover to be good for pets, people and planet through our sustainable mission, scientifically formulated products, audited quality standards and employment for good practices. 


InClover partners with Project V.E.T.S. to heal the planet, one animal at a time. The 2021 Impact Report has been released and here is the impact we made. In 2021 we diverted 11,872 pounds from landfills. We sent those 441 items in shipments to 102 veterinarians at animal nonprofits in 38 countries. This saved animal nonprofits a total of $714,632 and met 3 of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

We also partner with CarbonClick, and we are part of a global movement towards minimizing carbon emissions. Our impact report of 2021 points towards good progress that we will continue to grow upon.

In 2021 alone we produced 147,171 climate friendly products, we supported 21,340 tree growth years, and we offset 458,911kg of carbon. 

This carbon offset is equivalent to:

  • Cars taken off the road – 99
  • Tanks of gas avoided using – 3,442
  • Emissions from running the average US home – 89 homes

Environmental Policy

Click HERE to view InClover’s Environmental Policy.

Supply Chain Code of Conduct

Click HERE to view our Supply Chain Code of Conduct. 

Share the love, not the chocolate

According to the Nielsen Company, 58 million pounds of chocolate candy will be sold this week. We know our dogs should not eat chocolate, but how much is dangerous, and what about the cat, or the bird? Is chocolate bad for them, too?

National Veterinary Technician Week 2019

Lisa  Mulligan, InClover Research   This week is National Veterinary Technician Week! We at InClover Research are grateful for their commitment and vital role that they have in the health and welfare of our beloved animals every single day. Anyone who has gone to a...

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.

Who’s my lucky ducky sweetie boy?

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...


We believe in what we do, that’s why we partner with organizations that believe in transparency, quality, and ethical practices. Check out some of our pet-industry partners below!