Steele refuses to add Balto to the team and begins to harass him until Jenna appears and scolds him for being a "glory-hound". After Kodi leaves, Dusty is surprised and follows him to the door, looking shocked when he left. Balto informs Jenna about what happened the previous day, revealing Aleu is gone while expressing his regret he didn't tell her the truth sooner. Jenna's dislike of Steele further grows as she is disgusted at how he bullies Balto when he manages to win the sled race to become part of the sled team to retrieve the medicine to save the children. The only way to get medicine is through a team of sled dogs. When Jenna was eight weeks old, she was given a home and became the pet dog and close companion of her owner Rosy. However, Jenna manages to see through Steele's lies and assures everyone that Balto is still alive and will come back, but everyone remains sceptical, beliving she is simply grieving Balto's "death". By the end of the day, all their children have been adopted, except for Aleu. Although still worried and afraid, Jenna stills retains hope for Balto's return. Balto and Jenna say goodbye as Balto promises Jenna he will return with the medicine. God calls the Catholics of the Archdiocese of Baltimore to be a welcoming, worshipping community of faith, hope, and love. Later, Rosy is at the hospital, revealing she along with many of the children of Nome have also become sick, greatly worrying Jenna. Jenna also loves her owner Rosy very much and is protective of her, shown throughout the first film her deeps worries over Rosy's wellbeing and health, bringing her in the verge of tears several times when Rosy continued to grow worse. Powers / Skills Jenna is the one of the main characters of the Balto movie trilogy. When the rest of the town gives up hope on the sled team returning with the medicine, they shut off the main light to guide them back. A year has passed since Balto saved the town of Nome and he and Jenna are happily together as mates. The events between Balto and Jenna both shows and proves their love for each other is truly incredible genuine, true, strong and pure. Kodi: But dad, he is the enemy! However, Jenna hears Balto and barks for joy, altering everyone that Balto and the team have finally returned with the medicine to save the children. Harness Meadowlands: $25,000 seeded pool on tap for Saturday Pick 5. By the end of the movie, Balto and the sled team return with the medicine, saving the children. When the sled team leave to retrieve the medicine, Jenna remains by Rosy's side and is even allowed to enter the hospital to see her, hoping to cheer her up. Aleu is 1/4 wolf and 3/4 husky. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Robert Stevenhagen served as the supervising animator for Jenna. He was voiced by Kevin Bacon in the first film and Maurice LaMarche in the sequels who also voiced Brain in Animaniacs. Heroes Want Redheads: She's a red husky, and the object of Balto's affections. However, they are soon interrupted by Steele who attempts to steal Jenna away to have dinner. Bridget Fonda as Jenna, a female copper-and-white Siberian Husky and Rosy's pet as well as Balto's love interest. Jenna is worried for Balto going by himself and gives him her bandanna to keep him warm. When Jenna later learns that Balto has left to find Steele and the sled team lost in the snow storm, Jenna follows and soon reunites with Balto and saves him from a bear attack. He is the lead dog of the local sled team and is considered the town hero. Truly despicable villain 4. Jenna is also willing to put herself in dangerous situations to help her friends and whenever Balto leaves Nome to go on a mission, Jenna always wishes to go and help him. 3. However, blaming himself for Aleu running away, Balto advises Jenna to stay behind while he searches and assures Jenna he will find Aleu and they comfort each other. He harbours romantic feelings for Jenna and attempts to win her love and affections for himself. Balto is brave, loyal and honest, but gets into trouble because of the evil dog Steele (Jim Cummings), who frames him for stealing sausages. Balto and Jenna properly reunite as Jenna warms Balto and reveals information regarding their trail, revealing they need to take the mountain trail as a short cut has been blocked off. She is also the main love interest of Balto. She is presumably Kodi's love interest. Jenna doesn't return Steele's feelings for her, seeing him for the true self-centred, arrogant, glory hounding dog he truly is and stands up to him whenever he bullies Balto. Kodi then later wants to go and help his father, Dusty first doubts his loyalty to them, asking him, "Joining the other side?" However, Jenna soon realizes Steele is lying and knows Balto is still alive and uses the trick Balto taught her to guide him and the team home. Eventually, Jenna and Balto fall in love, but Steele attempts to make one last effort to win Jenna for himself. Juliette Brewer as young Rosy, Jenna's owner and a kind, excitable girl who was the only human in Nome who is kind to Balto. https://loveinterest.fandom.com/wiki/Dusty_(Balto)?oldid=86218. Dusty is the only confirmed female to be a sled dog. While knowing it will be dangerous and difficult, Jenna assures they can make the journey and Balto assures, complimenting that Jenna can do anything, expressing his gratitude for saving him. Jenna believes they can still find an owner for Aleu, but Balto knows Aleu won't be adopted due to the fact she looks even more like a wolf than Balto himself. Jenna listens to Boris, but still remains worried for Balto's safety. She is interested in Balto, but their relationship seems to be more of a side note to her. However, Balto is sadly rejected from the team as Steele make sure it appear that Balto is untrustworthy to join. Blaming himself, Balto decides to find Aleu on his own and assures Jenna he will find her. Balto is secretly in love with Jenna, but is shy and afraid to approach Jenna, believing he will be rejected due to his wolf heritage. Later, outside the hospital, Jenna smells Balto's scent and after seeing tracks nearby, Jenna realizes that Balto has left to find Steele and Team and decides to follow and help. Eight weeks later, Jenna takes the pups to visit Balto while she and Rosy go on a picnic. An outcast Husky risks his life with other sled dogs to prevent a … Dixie is surprised that Jenna doesn't support Steele and learns from Sylvie that Jenna actually has feelings for Balto after hearing about the previous night. Balto is a 1995 American live-action/animated epic drama adventure film directed by Simon Wells, produced by Amblin Entertainment and distributed by Universal Pictures. Aniu gave Balto one wish, the wolfdog decides to use it wisely, such an opportunity occurs when Balto met two brothers whose parents died. Eventually when Aleu is a year old she learns the truth and runs away to find herself. Spending time with Rosy Being with Balto Her pups happy Helping Balto Rosy's wellbeing In Balto, Balto is thin and scruffy looking. Jenna begins to fall in love with Balto and throughout the film, they continue to grow closer as Balto wants to help Rosy and the children get better, greatly pleasing Jenna as she sees Batlo's heroic side, showing he wants to help in any way he can. D&D Beyond Steele comes to realize the growing relationship between Balto and Jenna and attempts to intervene as he tried to force Jenna to leave Balto and have dinner with him after he stole sausages from a butcher. He is gray-brown with lighter areas, darker ears, and yellow and brown eyes.In Balto 2: Wolf Quest, he is more gray and slightly less thin, and the yellow in his eyes is changed to white.In Balto 3: Wings of Change, He looks even more gray, however the yellow of his eyes has returned.In The Junior Novelization, he is described as gray with big paws, as well as cheerful. However, Jenna rejects Steele's offer, causing him to become jealous and makes a remark regarding her relationship with Balto. Love Interest Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. But I do hope they make a 4th movie i loved to see that and instead of just being a trilogy. In this animated feature, a deadly diphtheria epidemic strikes the remote town of Nome, Alaska. She blames their lateness in delivering the mail on the treacherous spring snow, and, like two of her mail team members, does not take their running late very seriously. However, Rosy and the children grow more sick, causing Jenna to become distressed and slowly the town begins to lose hope when Steele and the sled team are revealed to be lost in the snow storm. Balto is the main protagonist of the Balto movie trilogy and is Jenna's main love interest. Main article: List of characters in Balto 1. To help Balto (succeeded) To be with Balto (succeeded) To make sure her pups each find a good home (succeeded) Balto and Jenna happily reunite with each other and officially becomes mates. Directed by Simon Wells. [The others laugh.] Jenna is deeply saddened by the news and Balto begins to apologize for bringing her down to the room and upsetting her, but Jenna assures Balto. They would be angry that Duke is gonna take their jobs away but they would want Balto's help as he was a sled dog once. Lot's of people assumed that Dusty loved Kodi by the reaction she gave when Kodi disbanded from the group. Jenna, Rosy and Star were the only two dogs and human in Nome who treated Balto with kindness and respect before he was finally accepted by both the dogs and humans. Aleu is distressed and runs away. Balto and Jenna's love deepens as they become closer with every event bringing them more together as Jenna's willing went after Balto to help him as well as putting her own safety in danger to rescue him, including Balto thinking of Jenna's well being after her injury against the bear, knowing she needed to return to Nome to heal from her wounds. Dusty is part of the same mail team as Kodi in Balto III: Wings of Change and was the only female dog on the team. Origin Muk and Luk rescue Balto and bring him back to the surface much to the delight and relief of Jenna and Boris. She is scornful of her wolf blood, but learns to accept it. After they participate in the race, they would end up winning but Balto was worried that something happened to Dukes and wanted to help him but much later they would have a discussing about Balto trying to save Dukes but all team would disagree about it and much later, she as all others would get angry with Kodi for joining his father's side but after they have a conflict, Dusty however is surprised and follows him to the door, looking shocked when he left. The Bravest Dog Ever: The True Story of Balto (Step-Into-Reading) Part of: Step Into Reading: Level 3 (100 Books) | by Natalie Standiford and Donald Cook | Oct 17, 1989 4.8 out of 5 stars 1,317 Suddenly, someone arrives and while Jenna believes it's Balto, it's revealed to actually be Steele. Balto and Jenna happily reunite and officially become mates as Balto is hailed as hero by both the dogs and humans of Nome. She serves as the deuteragonist of the first film and a minor character in the latter two. While not much history of their relationship is given prior to the beginning of the film, Jenna and Balto are revealed to be friends and Jenna is one of the few rare dogs who doesn't judge or bully Balto due to his wolf heritage. Hobbies Respectable, honorable protagonist 3. Balto is a 1995 animated movie produced by Steven Spielberg's animation studio, Amblimation, based loosely on a real sled run from 1925. While not much history of their relationship is given prior to the beginning of the film, Jenna and Balto are revealed to be friends and Jenna is one of the few rare dogs who doesn't judge or bully Balto due to his wolf heritage. When Dispy tells them that her team his gonna race Duke she at the rally for Balto to lead the team in chance to beat Duke, and later runs with the team who beat the Duke's bush plane, they all celebrate about keeping their jobs and thanks Balto. Balto is the main protagonist of the Balto movie trilogy and is Jenna's main love interest. Heroes Want Redheads: A canine example here; Balto's love interest, and later mate, Jenna, has red fur. Teeth Claws She falls ill, but Balto brings the medicine to save her and the other children. She shows that she does care about Boris by saying to Balto "if anything happens to him I'll never forgive myself!" Kirby: It's not our fault that plane's unreliable. 1. Jenna uses Steele's feelings for her against him, causing him to be burnt as an attempt for her and Balto to escape. Boris is also considered to be Balto's father since he and Balto share a father/son type relationship. Balto (1995) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. On the outskirts of Nome, Jenna uses the trick Balto taught her with the broken bottles and light to create "The Northern Lights" as a guide for them. Balto leads the bear away from the others to a frozen lake, but due to the weight of the bear, causes the ice beneath them to crush and both Balto and the bear fall into the frozen water lake. However, Jenna sees through Steele's lies and knows Balto is still alive, but Steele makes it appear that Jenna will need time to "accept" Balto's "fate", confident he has finally won Jenna for himself and no longer has to worry about Balto as his rival. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Balto and Jenna begin to grow more closer as Balto shows Jenna a special effected created with broken bottles to create an imitation of the Northern Lights. In the beginning of the sequel, Balto II: Wolf Quest, Balto and Jenna have recently become parents to a litter of puppies. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Type of Love Interest Despite appearing as fragile, Jenna is strong, brave, intelligent and independent and will not let others force her into something she refuses to take part, especially shown through her interactions with Steele. Jenna comes to realize and accept this and both decide it's better that Aleu remains unaware regarding the truth of her wolf heritage, afraid she will feel ashamed of herself. Sadly, Balto was sold, along with other dogs to Cleveland Zoo, where he lived until 14 years of age. Ralph: Not to mention loud and smelly. Balto, a wolfdog hybrid, lives on the outskirts of Nome with his best friend, a Russian goose named Boris and two polar bears, Muk and Luk. Jenna, voiced by Bridget Fonda, is a young and beautiful, female siberian husky. The next day, Jenna and Balto watch as one by one each their children are adopted. I truely love all the balto films so beautiful and Balto is my favorite character and there are so many other characters we all can enjoy and relate to i give props and congrats to all the people who made these movies everyone did a such a great job. Boris, a Russian snow goose and Balto's caretaker and sidekick. He is also afraid of heights. Her character design was based on Audrey Hepburn. Jenna becomes greatly worried and wants to begin the search for her. The Meadowlands announced that Saturday, January 9th will have a guaranteed Pick 5 pool of $100,000. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. When questioned about the fate of Balto and the others, Steele lies claiming they are dead and attempts to blame Balto and shows Jenna'a bandana as "proof". Later when Jenna returns and soon after Steele arrives, he lies to her and the dogs, claiming Balto and the others are dead and claims his dying wish was to take care of Jenna as one last effort and attempt to win Jenna for himself. Since then, Jenna doesn't appear for the rest of the film, but is mentioned by Balto and Aleu. Jenna apologizes and tries to comfort Balto, who sadly runs off with Jenna calling out to him. Balto Balto runs away and while Jenna attempts to go after him, she is held back by Rosy's father. Addison Riecke as Rosy, Jenna's owner and a kind, excitable girl who was the only human in Nome who is kind to Balto. Robert Stevenhagen served as the supervising animator for Jenna. Great cast of voice actors - including Kevin Bacon, Phil Collins, 7. He wants to take away our jobs. Bridget Fonda as Jenna, a female Husky and Rosie's pet as well as Balto's love interest. Jenna attempts to locate Balto, but is forced to leave upon hearing Rosy's father calling. Since Jenna and Balto are happily raising their family together and often go to play on the beach. With the life-saving medicine located hundreds of miles away, the residents decide to send out a sled-dog team. Dusty has grey fur, with a lighter underbelly, white on her facial, chest, and underside areas and having gray at her upper area. A bunch of kids are sick in Nome, Alaska. [Balto is talking to the mail dogs about the missing plane] Balto: He's not the enemy! One night, all the children of Nome get sick with diphtheria and the town’s only doctor says he’s out of antitoxin. He's a man! Jenna's faith in Balto is incredibly strong, having witnessed his kindness and courage, making her certain that Balto will return with the medicine. What happened? Being half-breed, Balto is ridiculed by both dogs and humans alike; his only friend in town there is a red husky named Jenna, for whose attention Balto is challenged by the town's favorite sled dog, Steele, a fierce, overly competitive, selfish purebred Alaskan Malamute. From then on, every March, Iditarod's polar dog race, which runs from Anchorage to Nome, is celebrated in memory of Balto. When she hears her team's job were gonna be taken away, she tries to find any answers about what's happening to her job now. Hence, Seppala bred, named, raised and trained Balto but did not race with him. When the race begins and upon learning Balto has decided to particate, Jenna greatly supports him and cheers for Balto during the race and is greatly happy when he wins. Jenna worries begin to grow when she learns Balto has left to find Aleu. Balto is based on the real dog of the same name. However, during the race, Rosy lost her hat which landed on the race track and thus was unable to retrieve it. Jenna is kind, caring, considerate, motherly, loving, sweet, wise, helpful, brave, independent and honest. Profile The next day, Balto discovers Aleu still hasn't returned home, believing she simply needed to time to accept the situation. However, Jenna is revealed to have been injured during the fight against the bear and is unable to continue the rest of the journey to find Steele and the sled team. Jan 05, 2021. However, they face a problem when they discover that their daughter Aleu hasn't been adopted due to her appearance shown to be more wolf than dog due to Balto's wolf heritage. Balto received an outsized portion of the fame from the journey, including more acclaim than Togo. On his return he reunites with Jenna, a beautifully strong and remarkably elegant husky. A nice one! Balto, voiced by Kevin Bacon, is the main protagonist, a young adult male wolf dog hybrid (half husky, half wolf). During one of the many sled races, Jenna was with Rosy when she was given her own sled and proceeded to watch the rest of the race alongside her other close friends, Dixie and Sylvie. Balto and Jenna worry for Aleu's future and decide it's better they keep the truth regarding her wolf heritage a secret from her, worried of her reaction and not wanting her to feel ashamed of herself. Dusty's animation model is similar to Aleu. Rosy, voiced by Juliette Brewer, is Jenna's owner. Since then, Aleu has been living with Balto and goes to visit Jenna at Rosy's house. Kirby: Yeah, kinda like you, Ralphie boy! Sep 15, 2019 - Explore Joann Leamon's board "Baltimore my love" on Pinterest. Later, Jenna is at Rosy's bedside and appears all hope is now lost. Boris, voiced by Bob Hoskins, is a russian snow goose who considers himself Balto's caretaker. Balto was the name of a Siberian Husky, born in 1923 and died 1933. 4. Steele's "proof" is Jenna's scarf she had given to Balto upon their seperation, while everyone remains unaware that Steele stole the scarf during a fight between him and Balto. Canine Love Interest which she says with some tears in her eyes. Jenna At first it was planned that the two were mates in the third movie, but the writers didn't have time to put scenes in to explore this. He's also the mate of Jenna and the father of Aleu, Kodi, Dingo and Saba and two unnamed siblings. Mama Bear: Jenna is very protective not only of her pups, but also of her owner, Rosy. Jenna is well known in Nome, being kind and caring as well as very beautiful, attracting the attention of many dogs, including Steele, the town hero and lead dog on the local sled team. He was a back up dog after TOGO. With Kevin Bacon, Bob Hoskins, Bridget Fonda, Jim Cummings. Jenna's and Balto are happy with their children and while they are sad their children must now find their own owners, Jenna assures Balto that it's time for them to live their own lives. Jenna is a love interest, yes, but she in no way is dependent on the male characters in the movie. Later he was embalmed and we can now find him at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. His only friends are a snow goose named Boris and a couple of goofy polar bears named Muk and Luk. However, Jenna doesn't return his feelings and actually dislikes Steele due to his arrogance and being self-centered, seeing he only cares for himself. Balto leads Jenna to the boiler room, leading underground to the hospital room floors to learn more about Rosy's condition. Through his Spirit, the Lord Jesus lives in those who believe, and reaches into our world with his saving message and healing love. She sees right through Steele's charming facade, viewing him only as the arrogant jerk that he is. The doctor orders a shipment of the stuff from Juneau, but a winter storm makes shipping it by air or sea im… Rosy is grateful and seemed to notice that Balto also wanted to impress Jenna and decides to add Balto to her own sled team until Ross's father appeared and forced him to leave, upsetting Rosy and Jenna. While it's not shown, it's most likely Jenna accepts Aleu's descision to live her life the way she wants and continues to live in Nome with Rosy, Balto and their friends. They are Dusty friends and both are working together as partners and they all respect each other and they care very much about their jobs as delivering mail. Fonda is succeeded by Jodi Benson in the sequels. Balto instructs Muk and Luk to carry Jenna back to Nome with Boris as their guide. Jenna reunites with Balto and the others and saves Balto when he is almost crushed by a grizzly bear. See also . When Jenna and Rosy begin to leave, Steele appears and begins to flirt with Jenna, inviting her to dinner. Unlike many dogs and humans in Nome, Jenna doesn't judge others based on their heritage or appearence, proven as she was friends with Balto when everyone else in Nome constantly rejected and ridiculed him due to his wolf heritage. Balto is the titular main protagonist of the Balto trilogy, and a minor character in the 2019 film Togo. A great cast of supporting characters (including Balto's love interest) 5. Balto returns victorious saving dozens of lives after his mission: The Serum Run. She is Balto's love interest. Balto suggests they all go on a picnic together the next day, but Jenna reminds Balto the next day their children will be getting ready to be adopted and sent to new homes. Balto died on March 14, 1933. Balto and Jenna's love for each other continues to grow and becomes more stronger as Jenna supports Balto when he decides to participate in the race to determine which dog will join the sled team to retrieve the medicine and cheers for Balto during the race. Dusty has grey fur, with a lighter underbelly, white on her facial, chest, and underside areas and having gray at her upper area. They both obviously have feelings for each other, but amongst this something tragic happens separating the two. Balto and Jenna attempt to escape, but hear Rosy's father and the butcher approaching and Steele frames Balto, making Rosy's father and the butcher believe he stole the sausages Steele had. Steele is the main antagonist of first Balto film. This wish changed their lives forever. By the end of the film, Aleu decides to become the leader of a wolf pack and informs Balto to pass a message on to Jenna, informing her she has finally found her home. Before Jenna can make a comment, she is forced to be called away upon hearing Rosy and leaves Steele. When Steele returns to Nome, he claims Balto and the rest of the dogs perished in the storm and attempts to make it appear it was Balto's fault they supposedly died as well as claiming his dying wish was for him to take care of Jenna. Dusty would be seen delivering mail to the various places in Nome, after they delieve all the mail Dusty stops her team from bickering at each other and states that it is the snow that was slowing them down. She was the voiced by Bridget Fonda in the first film and Jodi Benson in the sequels. She is the pet dog of her owner Rosy and is the mother of a litter of puppies, including Aleu and Kodi. One night, the children of Nome … However, Jenna is forced to return to Nome, having been injured during the fight against the bear, but she gives Balto her scarf before returning to keep him warm. Goals See more ideas about Baltimore, Baltimore city, Maryland. https://loveinterest.fandom.com/wiki/Jenna?oldid=97202. They start having sympathy for the wolf-dog because of this, and after Steele falls off a cliff, they promptly abandon him and follow Balto instead. Occupation However, Boris stops and advises Jenna that it's a journey for Balto and Aleu only and encourages her to have faith. Balto Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Jenna is revealed to be pregnant and has given birth to a littler of puppies and while most of Balto and Jenna's children resemble Jenna, their daughter Aleu strongly resembles her father, Balto. Dusty and Ralph at first were planned to be mates in the third movie, but the writers didn't have time to put scenes in to explore this. Emily Blunt as Jenna, a female Husky and Rosy's pet as well as Balto's love interest. Stella at first comes off as a cougar type of female and the type that doesn't actually care about Boris but just likes the attention, but as we see in Balto III towards the end of the movie where she is looking for Boris along with Balto, Luk, and Muk, that looks and the way someone acts or can act, can be very decieving. Love Interest Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. Balto is in love with a beautiful female dog named Jenna (Bridget Fonda), who belongs to a cute little girl named Rosy (Juliette Brewer). They attempt to share a moment, but are interrupted when they hear the doctor speaking with Rosy's father and sadly discovers the news that Rosy along with all the children in Nome have fallen ill with Diphtheria and have no medicine. When Balto steps forward with his concern for Duke's safety, Dusty, like the others, is entirely against the idea of helping the "enemy." Believing she might have gone to Jenna, Balto goes to see her, but finds Aleu isn't with her. Kodi disbands from the group but they would help him save Duke along with his dad. Jenna is frequently trying to find Balto as Muk and Luk jumped into the water to find and rescue him. Jenna is shown she cares a great deal about Balto as she doesn't like when others bully and ridicule him and stands up whenever others judge or mistreat him, shown when she stands up against Steele after Balto wins the race. It is unknown if they really were mates in the final material. Rosy's Pet Balto's Mate Jenna enjoys being with Balto, seeing he truly considers and cares for her and her feelings and discovers Balto is fascinating and intriguing, teaching her to create "The Northan Lights" using broken bottle caps. Kaltag is her main love interest throughout the series, they don't admit to each other until season 3. Much to both the surprise of Rosy and Jenna, Balto managed to retrieve her hat and beaten Steele during the sled race. Back in Nome, Jenna informs the rest of the dogs that Balto is tracking down Steele and the sled team, but everyone makes fun of the idea and don't believe Balto can find them, upsetting and angering Jenna. She scolds him for harassing Balto and calls Steele out on being a "glory-hound", wanting all the credit and praises for himself. Balto is sad to see their children go and while Jenna feels the same, she assures and advises Balto that it's time for their children to begin to live their lives and if they wait longer it than it will be more difficult for them to find homes and leaves to meet Rosy for their picnic. Worried for his safety, Jenna expresses her desire and want to follow and help Balto, but is assured and advised by Boris that it's journey for Balto and Aleu only and to have faith. The film is loosely based on a true story about the dog of the same name who helped save children from the diphtheria epidemic in the 1925 serum run to Nome. Balto and Jenna's relationship remains strong and close, but Jenna begins to notice that Balto appears tired, unaware of his strange dreams, but Balto assures Jenna, not wanting her to worry. Jenna D&D Beyond Balto approaches Jenna and attempts to ask her own a date, but notices her attention is focusing more on Rosy. In the movie, Balto is a charming but socially-outcast wolf-dog hybrid living in the remote Alaskan town of Nome. Later, Jenna learns from Boris that Balto has left to further search for Aleu and decides to go and help him.