The GSPCA is warning dog owners in Guernsey about a white substance that has been found on the island's beaches.
Yesterday, the Environment Department issued its own message of advice to islanders, and said it's cleaning up the substance where it is found:
The Environment Department is asking people to let them know if they spot the substance, by calling 717200.
Guernsey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals are appealing for the public's help, as they continue to search for a missing dog.
Jessie, a beagle cross, is described as "nervous and timid" and was recently adopted from a UK dog rescue centre.
She was spotted a number of times in the St Martins, St Andrews, St Peter Port and Forest area over the Bank Holiday Weekend, but bolted before team members were able to catch her.
The GSPCA is in contact with her owners.
They're asking people to contact them if they spot Jessie, but not to approach the eight-year-old dog.
There is a £200 reward for her safe return.
People in Guernsey have been learning how to save their dogs' lives, in an emergency.
The first aid for dogs sessions are run by the GSPCA.
They take around two hours, and cover different situations including CPR and dealing with seizures.
You can find out more, or book a place on one of the sessions, here.