A dog has been reunited with his owner after escaping from a car during a crash on the M25.
The owner of two dogs has pleaded guilty after they attacked 10 people in Hastings.
A 21-year-old man, charged following a dog attack which left ten people needing hospital treatment, will appear in court today.
A dog has been killed during a burglary at a house in Ropley, near Winchester.
The one-year-old Border Collie called Red was chained to a kennel outside when the offenders hit her on the head with a heavy object.
The incident happened in Gilbert Street sometime between 9.30pm on November 22 and 8am on November 23.
Red was found by a family member the following morning. She was taken to the vet where she was destroyed due to the extent of her injuries.
PC Emma Purser, of Hampshire Police, said: “The family are devastated by the loss of their
much loved family pet. She had been bred by the owner and was expected to eventually be put to work on the family farm.p.
“It appears they have injured Red....then left empty handed."
A specialist fire team have rescued a dog which fell 30 feet into a quarry in Kent.
Jason Ensinger was walking Dexter, a three-year-old cross breed, when the much-loved pet ran under a fence and slid 30 foot down the quarry. He became stuck on a ledge, approximately 50 feet from the bottom.
A specialist line team from Kent Fire and Rescue were called in to rescue him.
Station Manager Dean Firmin explained what happened next: "Wearing a harness, a firefighter was lowered down but he then had trouble trying to get the dog and it was becoming increasingly anxious and was trying to escape so we were starting to worry that it could fall off the ledge.
"Following a suggestion by Jason, we then gave him a harness and clipped him onto our firefighter; making sure they were both safely attached, they then went down to the ledge. Fortunately this time, the dog was happy to go to his owner and he was successfully brought back to safety.
The line rescue team are specially trained and equipped to deal with this sort of rescue and we're pleased we were able to help."
Jason said: "We can't thank them enough as Dexter is more than a family pet, he's like a child to us and we were so frightened for him, especially as he became more scared and started trying to run around on the ledge.
"The fire crews were fantastic and I know people would say 'what's the fuss, he's just a pet?' but he's more than that and we're so very thankful that they managed to help."
A man has pleaded guilty to having a dangerous dog in public after 10 people were attacked in East Sussex. It happened on Marline Road in Hastings on Sunday night. 21-year-old, Spencer Brown, of Marline Road has been committed to Crown Court for sentencing.
A 21-year-old man has been charged following a dog attack which left 10 people needing hospital treatment.
Spencer Brown, 21, of Marline Road, St Leonards, Hastings, is charged with six counts of owning a dog dangerously out of control in a public place in Marline Road on July 22.
He is also charged with possession of cannabis on the same day and owning a dog dangerously out of control in a private place on May 16.
He is set to appear at Hastings Magistrates' Court later today.
Another man, aged 22, who was arrested at the scene on Sunday has been released without a charge.
A man has been charged and will appear in court tomorrow following a dog attack in St Leonards, Hastings, which left ten people needing hospital treatment.
Spencer Brown, 21, of Marline Road, St Leonards, is charged with six counts of owning a dog dangerously out of control in a public place,
possession of cannabis and owning a dog dangerously out of control in a private place.
Another man aged 22 who was arrested at the scene has been released without charge.
Ten people received serious bites, cuts and scratches in the attacks and were treated at the Conquest Hospital.
All have been released from hospital but three have been referred for out patient treatment. The two dogs have been taken to secure kennels in the South East. The police will be seeking a destruction order for the dogs to be destroyed.