Rebecca Rose, the owner and founder of InClover, began her professional career in biotechnology research and human healthcare. She soon began to wonder if she could create supplements to address many of the health issues that occur in dogs and cats. The resulting supplements were some of the first to be scientifically formulated, and each product was produced with the best possible materials in a human-grade facility. To this day, every InClover supplement is formulated with an integrative approach that considers the complete health of the animal.
Instituted Quality Standards that Shaped an Industry
Rebecca is a founding member of the National Animal Supplement Council Board of Directors. Pet supplements aren’t as highly regulated as those for humans, so Rebecca works with other members of the industry to self-regulate and strengthen supplement standards. At InClover, Rebecca oversees every aspect of each supplement’s production. She meets the growers and creators of the raw materials, audits the facilities that make her products and regularly interacts with customers to get detailed feedback.
Uses Near-Infrared Spectroscopy to Test for Quality
InClover ensures the pureness of each ingredient using a process called Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS). Just as a fingerprint can identify any individual based on a series of unique biomarkers, NIRS can identify every ingredient in a formula by its distinctive chemical markers. This extra step ensures that InClover’s high standards are met by every supplier.
Works to Support Socially Responsible Causes
Part of InClover’s in-office team is a group of adults with various cognitive, physical and developmental challenges. This hard-working crew assembles samples and fills product orders. InClover is also a regular donor to reputable non-profit organizations improving the lives of abused or abandoned animals.
A Commitment to Environmentally Responsible Business Practices
As members of the Pet Sustainability Coalition, InClover packages their products in recyclable, BPA-free plastics and reuse shipping materials whenever possible. The company also runs their office off 100-percent wind energy. InClover continues on the path towards attaining B-Corporation status, which demonstrates the company has met the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, legal accountability and public transparency.