Happier, longer, healthier lives for pets

Pets are the heart and soul of our company and of families around the world, and we're committed to helping owners and vets collaborate on integrated plans and solutions to ensure the lifelong wellbeing of these beloved companions.

30% more animal protein will be needed by 20301

...due to population growth and the rising middle class, especially in emerging markets. But annual losses due to animal diseases are more than 20%.2 Disease prevention in animals is key in helping to secure protein supply and improve food safety. Merial offers farmers and food producers a reliable partnership to help them optimize their animals’ health and productivity.

Animal health is at a crossroads

With an eye on the changing global issues that are driving our sector, Merial's attention focuses above all on one critical question: What does the world need from an animal health company?

Focused on prevention, overall health and wellness management in animals



On this 10th World Rabies Day, September 28, 2016, Merial recognizes the countless organizations and individuals who battle this deadly disease. As a vaccine supplier, awareness advocate, and program sponsor, we're proud to be a partner in a global fight to help reduce the risk of rabies worldwide. Find out more



More than 570 veterinary researchers and students attended Merial’s 2016 Veterinary Scholars Symposium at the Ohio State University where Dr. Victoria Baxter received the 2016 Merial Research Award for Graduate Veterinarians and Laura LoBuglio received the 2016 Merial Veterinary Scholar Research Award. Read more here.

Merial, a solution-focused approach to animal health


Learn how changing global trends in our society and in our environment impact the lives of pets, farm animals, their owners, and our customers. We believe we must address these trends and challenges to build a sustainable and healthy future for generations to come. Watch the video.


1. Food and Agriculture Organization of the U.N. (FAO). How to feed the world in 2050. Forum discussion in 2009.

2. OIE website. Editorials. Feeding the world better by controlling animal disease.

3. Veterinary-based biopharmaceuticals

4. Tremayne J. Researcher eyes vaccines to treat c skin cancer. DVM 2005;36(8):22