Looking for Forever Homes

Hi. I am a very thoughtful lady, but I am sad. I didn’t think that when I got away from my home in Morrisburg that I wouldn’t be able to find my way back and would end up at the South Dundas Animal Shelter. According to that nice lady who took my picture, “I am just beautiful, although I do need a grooming.” I am a collie mix, about four years old, and compact in size, which is perfect for snuggling with my best friend(s). I have beautiful black, gold and white colours. The picture lady was so nice, that when she offered me a treat, I offered her my paw and showed her what a loving pal I can be. I am not sure why she was sad and had tears in her eyes when she left, but I am hoping the picture she took helps me to get a nice home. I’m a real tail wagger when I am happy. (This loving little dog was picked up in Morrisburg two weeks ago with a chain still dangling from her collar. She can be reclaimed (or adopted by a new family) by calling 613-543-2980.)

For information or to adopt call the South Dundas Animal Shelter at 613-543-2980. There are no adoption charges. However, in order to provide homes for the animals past the four days the municipality provides for their care, the shelter counts on donations (cash or food). Food, treats, blankets, beds, water dishes, bowls and other donations for the South Dundas Animal Shelter can now be dropped off at the Morrisburg Animal Hospital on Highway 2 in Morrisburg.  It is strongly suggested that animals that are adopted be spayed/neutered asap. 


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