India

Animals

Dog in web

We use our expertise in animal health to solve sustainability challenges facing animals and people.

Based on our belief that healthier animals are essential to a healthier future, we will continue to use our expertise in animal health to help solve sustainability challenges facing animals and people. With at least 75% of emerging infectious diseases having an animal origin, including COVID-19, the important connection between animal health and human health is more apparent than ever before.

To further help our livestock customers, who have already made great strides in efficiency and how they care for their animals and the land, meet their sustainability goals and consumers’ expectations, we are committed to discovering, developing and commercializing innovations that increase productivity, enhance animal welfare, and help preserve and protect our environment.

We are committed to the following targets, in alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: No Poverty, Zero Hunger, Good Health & Wellbeing, Gender Equality, Climate Action, Life on Land, and Partnership for the Goals.

We will continue to evaluate and update our targets as needed.

We’re Driven to Care for Animals

OUR
ASPIRATIONS


TARGETS

SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Provide products
and services that enable productive and sustainable livestock farms that preserve animal welfare

Innovate around sustainability and drive adoption of key sustainable animal health solutions 

Equip our customers with innovative products to support their ambitious environmental, social and animal welfare goals

1. No Poverty 2. Zero Hunger

13. Climate Action 15. Life on Land

Promote a preventive approach to animal health with positive implications on human health

Promote responsible use of antibiotics through technical education, introducing antibiotic alternatives, and developing diagnostic and digital tools

Innovate around anti-microbial resistance to reduce the dependency on antibiotic classes shared with human pharma

3. Good Health and Well-Being 

Grow access to vet care in emerging markets

Through our A.L.P.H.A. initiative with focus in Africa, by 2025 we will:

Train 100,000 farmers, vet professionals and lab technicians

Increase women trainees to 50% of trainees 

Treat 10 million cows with positive implications on smallholder livelihoods, food security and the environment 

Treat 200 million chickens with positive implications on smallholder livelihoods, food security and the environment 

1. No Poverty 2. Zero Hunger

13. Climate Action 15. Life on Land

17. Partnerships for the Goals

Combat diseases that pose the greatest risk to animals and humans

Leverage the Zoetis Center for Transboundary and Emerging Diseases (CTED) to develop vaccines for high-impact emerging diseases globally to:

Invest into R&D on emerging infectious diseases (continued investment each year) 

Provide our innovative vaccines to all relevant markets via tenders or other go-to-market pathways

2. Zero Hunger 3. Good Health and Well Being

15. Life on Land

Data included is as of March 2021

Driven to Care Commitments

Driven to Care