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Frannie
No Foolin’ . . . This Wire
Fox girl is absolutely
adorable. Frannie was
born April 1, 2012 and
will be turning two years
old. She is all terrier, a tad
of a tomboy and nothing
girlie about her. She loves
to play outside, racing
around and seeing all there is to investigate. And she does not miss any of the action. Frannie is a busy girl who likes to have chores, activities and adventures. In the evening, she enjoys snuggling on your lap and will lay on her back with all four legs straight in the air. Rather than on your bed, she is found under your bed as her sleeping spot of choice at night. Frannie is well house trained, walks very well on a leash and likes travelling in the car. A very smart little girl too knowing sit, down, shake hands and does the cutest little dance for treats. No Foolin’ . . . Frannie even comes when called and waits for her reward. She has received very good care since a puppy by her owner. About 6 months ago, the fighting started with her and the older JRT male and it was escalating and becoming serious. Her owner knew Frannie would be much happier as an only dog in a more pampered setting. Wire Fox girls do not like to share. She is very well mannered in the house and takes great pleasure in being with you. Frannie is 18 pounds and in perfect health. She is a real keeper and will make that special someone a fantastic companion.
Spayed
4 DX Heartworm Tested
On HW Preventative
Rabies Vaccination
Distemper Vaccination
Bordatella Vaccination
Canine Influenza Vacc.
Fecal Checked
Micro Chipped
Please submit an Application so we may be able to answer any questions regarding a Rescue Wire Fox.
Email Application to
Cheryl
Sunny
The sun stopped shining when her owners dropped her off at a Shelter in Texas after 10 years. Sunny is a senior Wire Fox Terrier girl who is calm and sweet natured. The anxiety of being in a kennel or animal control cage is very upsetting for Wires, especially ones who have known a home environment. She was so terrified, sitting in her accidents which stained her fur. Sunny was pulled by a rescue colleague who gave Sunny a much needed bubble bath, feeling of being safe and saw her on her way to WFTRM. Sunny is pure sunshine and her temporary foster home in OKC just adores her. She is a social butterfly and even likes Emma the resident Wire Fox girl even though the feelings are not always mutual. Travelling in the car she was great, walking on a leash she was great and her spa day at the groomer . . . she was great. Sunny is so pretty and fluffy and her smile is beaming with pride in her appearance and being loved. She weighs about 25 pounds and would benefit from losing a few pounds as her frame is small. She is eating well, sleeping well and has the best disposition. Sunny sure had fun pulling all of Emma's abundance of toys out and on the floor, testing each one gently for squeaks and being careful not to rip them. Spending time with Sunny is a joy and there are no cloudy days with this little miss sunshine around. Sunny will be moving to WFTRM Iowa soon.
Email Application to
Cheryl
Please submit an Application so we may be able to answer any questions regarding a Rescue Wire Fox.
Spayed
4 DX Heartworm Tested
On HW Preventative
Rabies Vaccination
Distemper Vaccination
Bordatella Vaccination
Canine Influenza Vacc.
Fecal Checked
Micro Chipped
Please submit an Application so we may be able to answer any questions regarding a Rescue Wire Fox.
Email Application to
Maribeth
Pepper
Pepper is in a bit of a pickle and is hoping to find his Furever Home. He had himself a pretty laid back life until recently when his owner passed away. He was purchased as a puppy but the inevitable outcome of Pepper outliving them happened as they were mid 80s when he was acquired. He is a very handsome and healthy and dare we say typical Wire Fox Terrier boy. Pepper chases squirrels and birds, and not fond of cats at all. He loves looking out the big picture window and will bark at other dogs walking past HIS house. Enjoys playing with toys, fetch and a good game of tug and he expects to win. Pepper is affection and adores attention, is very good at the vet and at the groomers. He will seize that opportunity to slip out the door if cracked open and is a crafty and smart Wire Fox. As a puppy he got car sick so was not taken on any travels in the car since. He did not receive the standard obedience training as he was too much to handle for a senior so he pulls hard when walked on a leash and gets excited when he sees other dogs and people. He was described as not coming when he is called and pretty much does what he wants. Sound familiar WFT owners? Pepper has free run of his house, a big fenced yard to run around in and takes naps and lounges as he lived a fairly sedentary life. He is also one of the many who are afraid of thunderstorms. Pepper is 11 years old and was living in North Carolina. He has been living the past month with a friend of his owner and her female terrier mix. He has lived his life as an only dog and it would be best that he continue to do so. He is trying hard to adjust and share but can be frustrating for him to understand all the changes that have occurred. The daughter will be travelling to North Carolina the week of April 12th to handle affairs and will be returning to Chicago with Pepper. Whether his new home is located near his current State or in Chicago area – he truly is worthy of a home looking for a nice Wire Fox Terrier boy to share their heart and home with.
Pepper is currently in the Ashville, North Carolina
area