Friday, May 24, 2024


JennySeveral months after Sue's beloved 14-year old Smooth died from cancer, she decided she needed another friend. After someone suggested rescue, she contacted an American Fox Terrier Rescue volunteer who then led her to a dog who had been one of the Sprucehill gang. Ed Wolff, the owner of Sprucehill Kennel, unexpectedly died in 2001, only a few months after his wife Judith had died. This left the Sprucehill gang of dogs looking for new homes. American Fox Terrier Rescuers Dena and Dave Lebo-Funk, along with their fellow American Fox Terrier Club member Carol Stull, came to save the day, fostering and re-homing all eight dogs.

Three days later, CH Sprucehill Wild Irish Rose, now JennyRose, became a member of Sue's family. JennyRose is 7-1/2 years old and is one spoiled little girl. She enjoys lugging her teddy bear around, playing tag and tug-of-war woods with Smooth girl Cheyenne and Wire boy Lucky, both fostered and adopted by Sue, and going on family road trips to watch her furless brother play soccer or visit him at college. Sue and her husband are now American Fox Terrier Rescue volunteers themselves, helping homeless dogs like JennyRose find forever homes. And JennyRose is always willing to share the love in her new home, even sharing her much loved teddy bear and toys with other pups who need to live in their home for awhile.

Its like JennyRose knows...

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