Hannah McNulty meets Nila, the 1000th greyhound to be re-homed by Dumfriesshire and Cumbria Greyhound Rescue.
Dumfriesshire and Cumbria Greyhound Rescue is delighted to have re-homed 1000 greyhounds.
Nila's new owner couldn't believe it when she learned that Nila was the 1000th greyhound to be re-homed by Dumfriesshire and Cumbria Greyhound Rescue.
Jacqueline Bacci had done a lot of fundraising for the charity before taking on Nila.
She believes the charity's milestone is "wonderful".
Dumfriesshire and Cumbria Greyhound Rescue has re-homed its 10000th greyhound.
The charity finds homes for ex-racing greyhounds.
It celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2012.
Wetheral Animal Refuge says it's almost is full to capacity with dogs and cats after Christmas.
They currently have over 70 stray and abandoned dogs and 30 cats and kittens.
Noel, was named by staff, after being found in a cat carrier outside the refuge near Carlisle.
Animal rescue centres are preparing for what's usually their busiest time of the year.
Puppies and kittens are often popular Christmas presents yet, sadly, are sometimes abandoned soon after.
Lori Carnochan reports:
There has been good news for a Cumbrian animal sanctuary that is facing an uncertain future.
Wetheriggs Zoo has been given 12 acres of woodland near Longtown for its wild birds and animals.
Katie Hunter went along to watch them at work - watch her full report below.
The future of an animal rescue centre is still in doubt as it admits its struggling to raise nearly £500,000.
Weatheriggs Zoo in Cumbria was told the developer who owns the site has put it up for sale. The centre has been given some land but says it's still short of its target.
The Scottish SPCA were called by Mr McLachlan, who then alerted Moffat Mountain Rescue team.
SSPCA Inspector Janet Proudlocked watched as Sparky was brought to safety by the abseiling team.
A dog has been dramatically rescued from a Borders beauty spot, 16 days after going missing.
Sparky was saved by Moffat Mountain Rescue Team, who had to abseil down a gorge at Grey Mare's Tail.
The team were brought in after reports of a dog barking near the 200 feet waterfall.
Although the dog was hungry and had lost a lot of weight, he is now recovering at home.
Sparky's owner, Steve McLachlan from Selkirk, had not given up hope of finding his dog.
He had been out walking with his family when Sparky ran off after goats.