Community Impact

Learn how Elanco contributes to our communities.

Animals have a profound impact on the people around them. The nature and the purity of an animal’s love makes them close companions and sources of both comfort and motivation. Because greater contact and connection between people and their pets brings greater everyday happiness, we strive to make a difference in the communities where you live, work and play. 

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Our Pledge to Pets

Last year, Elanco Animal Health announced its first sustainability commitments. The decade-long commitments support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to address societal challenges and underscore Elanco’s role in improving the health of animals, which also improves the health of people and the planet.

One of the pillars of this commitment is the Pet Pledge. The Pet Pledge aims to improve the world’s wellbeing by helping at least 100 million healthy pets– so they can bring comfort and support to their people— over the next 10 years. Elanco knows that making life better means creating a healthier life for both you and your pet. The human-animal bond is powerful. Keeping pets healthy and a central part of the family directly impacts our own physical and mental health.  They also aim to help 40 million more pets receive better care. And, when pets receive better care, this leads to better human health worldwide. Learn more:

Healthy Adoption

We are committed to healthy adoptions by helping place dogs and cats into permanent, loving homes.  We have helped power, North America’s largest non-profit pet adoption website, for over 10 years.  In addition, our Seresto® Circle of Love grant program and “Little Acts, Big Help” Advantage II Grant Program have donated hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of product making a huge difference in the lives of rescue pets. 

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