Dumfries and Galloway Canine Rescue Centre has re-homed its 4000th dog.
The centre opened in 2003, meaning on average, it re-homes about five dogs per week.
The charity in Glencaple relies on public donations and a large team of volunteers.
Lori Carnochan went to meet some of the dogs looking for a new home:
Sabre the German Shepherd became stuck while out on a walk with his owners in Dumfries... but luckily the fire service were on hand to help.Read the full story ›
A cross-breed Corgi named Tyko has lost six stones by following a strict diet. The pup weighed 49kgs at his fattest, but now weighs 12kgs.Read the full story ›
South of Scotland MSP Emma Harper and her border collie Maya have taken the biscuit in the first-ever Holyrood dog of the year contest.Read the full story ›
Animal charity the Scottish SPCA is appealing for information after a dog suspected of being used for badger baiting was found abandoned.Read the full story ›
A dog sentenced to death for biting a pensioner in Carlisle has won a reprieve.Read the full story ›
A 19 week old puppy from Carlisle is being pushed around in a pram after breaking her leg.
Poppy slipped on the kitchen floor and as a result will need to wear a plaster cast for six weeks.
Her owners Anne, Grace and Neil Harland didn't want her stuck in the house all day, so they've decided to take her out in a pram.
The poorly pooch has been attracting lots of attention on the streets of Carlisle.
A pet dog from Cumbria has died from the rare Alabama Rot condition, it has been confirmed.Read the full story ›
A search and rescue dog from Kendal is on course to climb all 214 Wainwrights - the fells described in Alfred Wainwright's guide to the Lake District.
Fern is one of very few English Shepherd dogs in England - and the first one of the rare breed to be a Mountain Rescue search dog.
The Dogs Trust will hold a free micro-chipping session today in Penrith.
They are encouraging dog owners to bring their pets between 11am and 3pm, as it is now legally required for all dogs in England to be micro-chipped.