|After one year, we decided that we would get another dog,
a female named Janet. She was so different. Where Sally was a tomboy,
Janet was a true blue lady. It was very much beneath her to race around
after balls and with her breeding she certainly would not come to
her owners if she didn't want to. She did have one vice however, squirrels!
She could run like the wind and rarely did she miss an opportunity
to hunt them out.
By then we were hooked on the breed and with these two girls, we
founded our kennel. "Foxburrow" was registered with the
Canadian Kennel Club in 1979.
We have a small kennel with usually between six and eight dogs.
All of them are house trained and spend a lot of time in the house.
They are also very happy to spend time in the kennel outside with
indoor/outdoor runs in which they may come and go as they please.
In the winter the kennel is heated and with their music on the
radio and lots of toys inside they lead a very happy life. All our
puppies live in the house.
Showing our dogs has became a way of life at Foxburrow. We are
always either taking the young pups to training classes, taking
them to the local town to get them used to different sounds, enticing
meeting people and children, and other dogs being walked down the
streets. They became great visitors to Kindergarten classes, where
young puppies are always welcome.
All our dogs are happy, outgoing healthy specimens of the breed,
and we at Foxburrow Kennels are proud to call them ours.
We are founding members of the Wire Fox Terrier Club Of Canada,
long standing members of the Canadian Kennel Club, Life Members
of the Terrier Breeders Association Of Canada, and members of the
Wire Fox Terrier Club of the Central States.
Showing dogs in Canada and The U.S. to their Championships.