Wire-Haired Terrier is Looking for a Loving Home

Carmalt is available for adoption at Mallard Point Veterinary Clinic.

Carmalt is a 1-year-old, female, wire-haired terrier mix. She is a pretty girl on the small size looking for a new home where she’ll have the life she deserves. Carmalt is already spayed, up-to-date on vaccinations and has a microchip implant. Come meet Carmalt and other great pets at the Mallard Point Veterinary Clinic in Channahon, 815-467-4855.

Available pets can also be viewed at www.helpsavepets.org. Adoption donations range from $29 to $399 for cats and dogs and all include spay or neuter, rabies vaccine, first distemper vaccine, fecal test, first worming, heartworm test (if applicable), canine bordetella, feline leukemia test (if applicable), and a microchip identification implant.


Jen Benson January 19, 2013 at 04:40 AM
Living with a dog can cause the owners to get sick, passing it on to others. A dog can not wipe, take a shower daily and wear protective undergarment and therfore spread his feces throughout the home microscopically. A dogs waste can contain: e-coli, salmonella, MRSA, hook worms, round worms, etc....same thing applies to a cat. People have been geting sick at alarming rates, only due to the increase of pet ownership. Living with a pet is unhealthy. Something to research.


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