Club Resources

    • NEWS NOTES is the publication of WFTCCS.  It contains information on upcoming happenings, show results, articles, and much more.   For more information, ideas, or submission of articles contact Linda Hembree at  HUNTERNA1@AOL.COM


    • Central States has a pamphlet that it sells on grooming the Wire ($1).
      Contact Sue Yates  45 Yates Dr  Hampton, GA  30228-2849


    • Joe Purkhiser sells (for AFTC) the excellent booklet “How to Groom the Broken-Coated Terrier” for $10. If requesting one, the check should be made out to AFTC.
      His address is: 6905 Taylor Lane; Wylie, TX 75098
    • The Illustrated Standards Booklet. This is a beautiful,  comprehensive interpretation of breed standards for the Smooth and Wire Fox Terrier which is available through the AFTC website for $12.00. It includes many illustrations. Send payment made out to AFTC care of Janie Bousek, W2649 County Highway V  V, Keshena, WI 64135.


  • The Smooth & Wire Quarterly
    An excellent, quarterly magazine published by Marcy & Mike McGuire and the only one I know of that is totally dedicated to Fox Terriers.
  • Just Terriers
    A different breed is features each month but the articles are of interest to all Terrier lovers.   You can also order single copies of the magazine that feature Wire Fox Terriers if they are available. 
  • Terrier Type
    This magazine also features one breed each month with other ads and articles about others included. It is published by-monthly. 
  • Bark
    A magazine specifically targeted toward pet owners. They also have an e-zine where you can explore back issues. This publication also features information about dog parks.  Be sure to look at the ads! There are links to stores that sell great things for dogs and their owners. 
    Many more magazines can be found by doing a Google search for “dog magazines.”



Need a puppy pen? A special shampoo or inexpensive puppy toys? There are several companies which sell all these and more both through their online and hard copy catalogues. Here are just a few. (Don’t forget to add in shipping! )

  • Pet Edge
    Often one of the least expensive but do compare shipping costs here. They are sometimes less when you make phone orders than online orders. Toys are a great buy here. 
  • JB Pet
    JB sometimes has hard to find items. Lots of good pet gates available! 
  • Doctors Foster & Smith
    These veterinarians have developed a line of their own pet products which are quite nice. 
  • Cherrybrook
    You can find stripping knives and grooming tools here which are relatively inexpensive but still good. 
    Most dog supply catalogs have a grooming video by Michael Kemp.  It is a show grooming tape of Mike trimming an Airedale.  You can trim right along with him!

There are many, many more resources. Just do a Google search for pet supplies!