Covenant Animal Clinic
9529 Revere Road
Clinton, IL 61727
Fax: (217) 935-6611
Animal Clinic has been serving Clinton, Illinois and DeWitt County for nearly 40
years. Dr Sue Sterr and her husband took over the practice in 1999 and
continue to provide excellent veterinary
care for pets and their owners.
Dr. Sue and the staff of Covenant Animal Clinic offers caring, compassionate care for your pets. Many services are offered including, laser surgery, x-ray services, laboratory testing, boarding; as well as annual wellness exams and vaccinations.
We also offer dental care, micro-chipping, heartworm prevention, flea control medication and prescription diet foods for your pet!
|Dr. Sue Sterr received her undergraduate degree from Western Illinois University and is a 1995 graduate from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. Originally from Graymont, Illinois, she spent the first five years of her veterinarian career working in Normal, Illinois. Dr. Sue and her husband bought Covenant Animal Clinic in 1999 and moved to Clinton at that time. Working with God’s creatures and their owners has been very rewarding for Dr. Sue. However, as a wife and a mother of three children, her family life keeps her equally busy. Dr. Sue and her family have two cats and Tilly, an English Setter at home.|
|Dr. Jason Bundy is a proud native of Lane, IL and a graduate of Clinton High School. He began his veterinary career working in the kennels of Covenant Animal Clinic - initially for Dr. Wes Osthus and later for Dr. Sue. Dr. Bundy received his undergraduate education at Eastern Illinois University and is a 2005 graduate of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. After working at a mixed animal veterinary practice in Tennessee, Dr. Bundy returned to Illinois to work in the pharmaceutical industry. In the fall of 2013, Dr. Bundy returned to Covenant where he enjoys the challenging but rewarding career of caring for animals. Dr. Bundy currently resides in Forsyth with his wife, 2 young children, and 1 old dog.|
|Lynn Grammer went to work at Covenant Animal Clinic in 1994 after her veterinarian technician internship. She and her husband, Dave, have two children that keep them very busy. Lynn’s family is an animal lover. They have two dogs, two cats, and eight chickens. Lynn enjoys being a veterinarian technician because every day is different and she enjoys making a difference in the lives of the patients she works with. Lynn stays very busy keeping up with her children’s different sporting events and their family enjoys camping, boating, skiing and gardening.|
|Lynn Cali is originally from the Chicago area. She has always loved animals & wanted to work in the veterinary field. She has a Bachelor of Science from the U of I and an Associate degree from Parkland College in Veterinary Technology. Lynn has worked at Covenant Animal Clinic since August 1983 and still enjoys working with the animals. She has 2 dogs and 2 cats at home and enjoys traveling, gardening, reading & listening to Bruce Springsteen.|
|Janet Crawley has worked at Covenant Animal Clinic since January 1984 and very much enjoys her job. Although her main title is bookkeeper, she is really a “jack of all trades.” She also works as a receptionist, pharmacy aid, and wherever else needed. Janet says there is never a boring day at Covenant Animal Clinic. Having had pets all her life, she continues to live with her cats, dogs, and husband of many years, Byrl. Janet enjoys spending time with her son, daughter in-law and two wonderful grandchildren. She enjoys quilting & reading in her spare time.|
|Kelsey Haas is a receptionist and also does some assisting with animals. Kelsey was born and raised here in Clinton. She enjoys horseback riding, dirt biking, shooting and anything involving the outdoors. She is pursuing a degree in Equine Science and Ag Business at Parkland College, along with her certification in Equine Sports Therapy (CESMT) and Equine Rehabilitation Therapy (CERT). Kelsey has 2 dogs, 3 cats and 3 horses.|
|Jan Nolting is a receptionist and grew up in the Wapella area. She always had assorted livestock from guinea fowl to draft horses. She and her husband Kenny have a dog and several cats. In her spare time, she likes to sew, read, and flower garden. She enjoys being a receptionist because every day is different and she is always learning something.|