Clinton is home to a new animal clinic that aims to help people in poverty care for their furry companions. 

Midwest Pets for Life is a non-profit venture that will offer a bevy of services including an Ani-Meals program and a Kibble & Litter Pantry, low-cost spay/neuter clinics which are available to anyone with an appointment, Low-cost vaccination and microchip clinics are also open to everyone. Adoption Options will also be available.

At the Midwest Pets for Life building, located at 129 4th Ave. S., they will have animals available for adoption, a surgery center for spaying and neutering, vaccinations, and microchip implantations.

Dr. Ashley Wegmann from DeWitt Veterinary Clinic will provide veterinary services for the clinic.

The clinic is seeking donations to fund their efforts. 

“With the purchase of a building and all the expenses that come with owning a building, and not a lot of cash flow due in part to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are in need of monetary donations, dog and cat food, laundry detergent, bleach, pet food bowls, pet carriers, Have-A-Heart traps for our trap-neuter-return program,” said the program’s executive director, Executive Director.

For more information call (563) 503-8153 or (563) 249-2206 or email