The controversy over the treatment of some hunting dogs in Wilson county continues. In November, we brought you the story of nearly 40 hunting dogs, that Humane Society officials say were victims of cruelty. Officials said the dogs had no food and that one dog was dying and another dead. Animal Control and the county manager said there were no dead or dying dogs, and that the animals had food and just needed deworming. Public outcry led to the creation of an investigative subcommittee, which will return with its findings on Tuesday at a public meeting to be held at 7p.m. in the Wilson County Agricultural Center.