Education and Re-Homing/Adoption

We are aware that simple behavior problems too often result in permanent displacement of your companion animal. we receive calls on a weekly basis regarding these issues. with the proper tools, education, time and commitment, most problems can be overcome and pet ownership can continue. problems we have encountered include but are not limited to:

  • Not using the litterbox
  • Clawing furniture and people
  • Spraying
  • Picky eating
  • Obsessive barking
  • Aggressive play
  • Marking
  • Submissive urination
  • Chewing
  • Separation anxiety
  • Crate training

We will use resources that are available to us to help you through the retraining process one step at a time, one day at a time. we all know that at times, even with the best of efforts, it becomes impossible to maintain ownership of that beloved pet. when this occurs, we can assist with the re-homing/ adoption process. we will do our best to secure a wonderful furever home for your pet. when available, foster homes may be used to streamline this re-homing/ adoption process. we have encountered many different situations and are proud to say that not only have we been successful in keeping families and their pets together, our re-homing/ adoption efforts have yielded 100% placement into new, loving, forever homes!

Animeals And Dietary Rescue Bank

We are aware that simple behavior problems too often result in permanent displacement of your companion animal. we receive calls on a weekly basis regarding these issues. with the proper tools, education, time and commitment, most problems can be overcome and pet ownership can continue. problems we have encountered include but are not limited to:

Our Animeals program will target homebound citizens with disabilities and those who are unable to provide services for their pets. Food and supplies will be delivered to the home once a month. Program enrollees MUST meet specific criteria to take part in this program.

Our dietary rescue bank is for those citizens who are unable to afford food or services for their pet, but who have transportation and are able to pick up their food and supplies from our office. Program enrollees MUST meet specific criteria to take part in this program.

To apply for our animeals and dietary rescue bank services, please fill out the MPFL application for services. Application must be filled out in its entirety or you will not be considered for benefits.

Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic

Our low-cost spay/neuter program is now taking place twice a month and is available to everyone. Our licensed veterinarian will provide these services. All cats are welcome and dogs weighing 30 pounds or less can be spayed or neutered at our facility. Intake Waiver Form

Quarterly Wellness Clinics

We will have a licensed veterinarian on-site providing low-cost vaccinations, nail trims, ear cleaning, microchips, and more.

Emergency In-Home Care

If a client needs to be hospitalized, we can provide in-home care for your pet by insured and bonded Midwest pets For Life Associates. Services include feeding and watering, cleaning litter boxes, administering prescribed medications to the pet if needed, taking the dogs outside and any other basic care that is needed.

M*A*S*H* Moving Animals Safely Home

As per agreement with Clinton County Emergency Management, MPFL is proud to assist with any natural or manmade disaster by bringing the communities which we serve our Emergency Animal Response Team and M*A*S*H* (Moving Animals Safely Home) Unit.

If an emergency arises that involves animal welfare, our highly trained staff will be working alongside Clinton County Emergency Management to implement our disaster relief plan.