She was the voiced by Bridget Fonda in the first film and Jodi Benson in the sequels.
Her story Edit
Jenna was with her owner Rosy when she got her first sled and the girls including Jenna's friends Dixie and Sylvie went to the sled-dog race until her master's hat was blow and was in the middle of the race.
Then, Balto came along and racing to get Rosy's hat before the sled-dog team was heading toward the hat. After the race was over, Balto give the hat to Rosy which Rosy replies "Balto, what a crazy thing to do. Just to show off with a pretty girl."
Steele, the primary antagonist of the first film, is in love with Jenna as well but she doesn't like him and even lured his butt to a hot furnace.
When Rosy falls ill with Diphtheria, Balto goes off to help the sled team, Jenna follows along and saves Balto from a grizzly bear.
The bear eventually falls into a frozen lake and drowns. Jenna gives Balto her bandana to keep him warm and heads back to town when her paw was hurt during the bear attack.
After Steele sabotages Balto and the sled team, he heads to Nome and lies how Balto ruins everything.
To try and convince her, he hands Jenna her bandana which he got in a fight with Balto, though he claimed Balto gave it to him.
While the other dogs cheer him as a hero, Jenna knows that he was lying and uses broken bottles and a lantern to create fake Northern Lights.
Balto sees them as he embraces his wolf heritage and makes it to Nome. Steele's lies are exposed, leaving him an outcast, all the children including Rosy, are saved and Balto gains the respect of the whole village.
Jenna and Balto becomes mates after that and would gain several puppies in the next film, amoung them Aleu (the deuteragonist of Balto II: Wolf Quest) and Kodi (the deuteragonist of Balto III: Winds of Change).