I currently show JRT's (Jack Russell Club of America) and see a lot of excellent breeders that often look for homes for quality JRT's (free or very low cost, usually with spay/neuter agreement) when their kennels overload. I have placed a few of them and keep in touch with the breeders. When you are ready for a new Jack, please get in touch with me and I will help you find a good young dog or pet quality puppy. It's always hard to lose a dog you love.
Another vote for both Briarpatch and Muscle Russell. I don't know how much breeding Briarpatch is doing anymore, but they frequently have rescue/foster dogs available. Muscle Russell usually has new stock each year at the trials, so I think they are more actively breeding, but you should check with both.
Russell Rescue (www.russellrescue.org) is great for national rescue, in case you want to move to Iowa, then adopt. Russell Refuge (www.russellrefuge.org) is located in NY state and has a lovely selection of terriers currently. What I like best about Refuge is that it is a small organization run by Dale Mountain who used to do the Jasper Publication calendar. Those dogs are really profiled and handled well, so you can be pretty sure you'll get what's you're expecting.
Rok&Rol really does know everyone, so keep her in mind.
So sorry for the loss of your girl. I have one who just turned 14 and am dreading the day she leaves me. Fortunately even with her heart problems, she's clearly saying she's not ready to go just yet. Nothing completely fills the hole the special ones leave in our hearts, but if we can open our heart to another, they create their own special place in it and fill our lives again with love.
~Kryswyn~ Always look on the bright side of life, de doo, de doo de doo de doo
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