Knit one, purl one for chilly canines. That is the appeal from the Jerry Green Dog Rescue as it launches its first Great Doggy Knit Off campaign.
The aim is to keep dogs without a home warm this winter and the charity is asking for knitted jumpers, snoods, hats and blankets to help.
More than 160 abandoned and unwanted dogs are feeling the chill particularly short-haired and older ones.
Knitted items can be donated to any of the charity's five centres at Blidworth near Mansfield; Gilberdyke in East Yorkshire; Broughton near Brigg in North Lincolnshire; Algarkirk near Boston in South Lincolnshire; and Thirsk in North Yorkshire.
Academics at the University of Lincoln have teamed up with a university in Slovakia to study how dogs behave in the owner's absence.
Dog owners are being asked to complete a detailed survey to help researchers analyse the various clinical signs and situations in which problems can occur.
Destructiveness, vocalisation such as barking and whining, and house soiling are among the most common complaints of dog owners.
It has also been established that dogs showing these problems are at a higher risk of a range of other complications.
The researchers hope to apply the findings from the survey to aid the development of more specific treatments and prevention programmes.
The owner of a dog who went missing while being transported by ambulance to a vet in Keighley is offering a reward for his return.
Marley, a brindle-coloured Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross, was last seen on Whinswood Recreation Ground on Wednesday.
He is described as timid but friendly with people and dogs.
His owner Stephen Cowens is offering £250 for anyone who finds him. Contact 01274 827921, or 07729 444529 if you see Marley.
After Ruby the Cocker Spaniel fled the scene of a car crash in West Yorkshire, her owners thought they might never see her again.
But after an eagle-eyed dog walker spotted her 30ft up a quarry yesterday, West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue launched a rescue mission...
Half an hour later Ruby was reunited with a delighted Rebecca Hall and her partner Scott.
A couple are celebrating after their dog - who fled a car crash in West Yorkshire - was safely returned to them.
Ruby, a nine-month-old Cocker Spaniel, escaped through Rebecca Hall's smashed car door window after her Ford Fiesta flipped over in Denholme on Sunday.
But after a dog walker spotted Ruby 30 metres up the side of a quarry on a small ledge.
After a 25-minute rescue operation by fire crews, Ruby was finally reunited with her delighted owners yesterday.
A couple whose dog fled the scene of a car crash are appealing for anyone who has seen her to come forward.
Rebecca Hall and her partner were involved in a collision in Denholme, West Yorkshire, at around 4pm on Sunday evening. The car flipped onto its roof and the windows smashed. Their dog, Ruby, climbed out of the window and ran away.
Anyone with information should contact 07846 920042.
Kate Walby reports on the latest figures for the Yorkshire region showing that 43% more stray dogs have been abandoned in the last year. The Dogs Trust survey says that 12,348 dogs were picked up last year. Kate's report features Amanda Sands from Dogs Trust Leeds and dog warden Abbie Sandham.
Jacob and Julie Pigg explain why they are adopting Sandy the stray from the Dogs Trust.
North Yorkshire Police have arrested five people from South Yorkshire on suspicion of possessing heroin with intent to supply after stopping a vehicle in York.
A car was pulled over by officers on September 16 when officers noticed the windscreen was cracked. Police could smell what they believed to be cannabis so they searched the car. Uncut heroin was discovered.
Two men aged 23 and 26, and a 22-year-old woman, from Sheffield, were arrested and released on bail.
A 28-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman, both from York, were arrested on September 17 in connection with the investigation. They have also been released on bail.
The manager of the Dog Trust Leeds Amanda Sands talks about the increasing number of strays being picked up in the region and the need for responsible dog ownership.