Hi. Our names are Fang (tan coloured husky pictured left) and Austin (black and white husky-husky/mix right) and we are both currently staying at the South Dundas Animal Control Pound. We are looking for forever homes. Both of us are estimated to be about two years old and we are both males. (Fang has been neutered, Austin has not.) Anyone interested in providing homes for either of these two beautiful dogs, should be prepared to handle a high energy dog. The Siberian Husky is a medium sized dog and is a working dog breed. They are very active and energetic, and if trained can make a great family pet. The Husky is affectionate with people but independent. Obedience training is recommended. Huskies tend to run and are excellent escape artists which could be why these two have landed at the South Dundas facility. Huskies need physical and mental stimulation on a daily basis. Many are used for recreational mushing and skijoring, and they absolutely love the activities. For more information on Fang and Austin, or to meet them please call Kevin Casselman at 613-543-2980
Alyza Mullin, just three, appears confident that Santa Claus is hearing all her special wishes for this Christmas. Alyza was just one of many area children and their families who came out to greet the jolly gentleman when he dropped in at the Royal Canadian Legion in Iroquois on Thursday, December 15, to enjoy some chili and good cheer at the community party.
The Iroquois Matilda Lions Club donated $500 each to the Christmas Exchange on November 17th at the Morrisburg Food Bank. The Christmas Exchange supplies Christmas dinner to those in Dundas County who may otherwise have gone without on Christmas Day. Boxes, filled with everything needed to make a scrumptious meal, are available for pick up a few days before the holiday.
On April 26th, at approximately 3 p.m., an SD&G OPP officer stopped an eastbound Pontiac on County Road 2.
The driver was reported to be driving 133 kilometers per hour in posted 80 kilometer per hour zone.
According to Constable Pete Robertson, the penalties for driving more than 50 kilometers per hour over the speed limit could include a seven day license suspension, the vehicle being seized for seven days, and possible fines ranging anywhere from a minimum of $2,000 to a maximum of $10,000.