A young police dog has been missing from the Clevedon area for over two days.
Meg is is being trained as a general purpose police dog and escaped from her kennel on Friday (Nov 6).
Her handler PC Lee Webb says he just wants her back:
Last week we told viewers about Jasper the depressed rescue dog.
He's been without a permanent home for so long that sometimes he's too depressed to get out of bed.
Since we featured Jasper on our programme, staff at his animal rehoming centre near Chard say they've had nearly 600 enquiries about taking him in.
The Springer Spaniel has been at the centre for six months but will hopefully now have a new owner very soon.
Staff at a greyhound rescue charity near Bath say they desperately need a home for one their most loved dogs.
Murdoch, a three year old lurcher, was found abandoned as a puppy.
He's been at the centre for 12 months, but no one has taken him in.
The charity says there's been a significant drop in the amount of dogs being re-homed.
Bath Rugby player George Ford has been asking his Twitter followers to help him find his pet dog.
George lost his dog Leo yesterday near Victoria Park in Bath. So far over 1,000 people have retweeted his plea for help.
A dog owner is extremely grateful after firefighters rescued her pet after he fell into a frozen pond in Bristol.
Milo the springer spaniel slipped through the ice during a walk in the Eastwood Farm nature reserve. He was in the water for 25 minutes before he climbed onto an island in the middle of the pond.
Firefighters used an inflatable walkway to reach the island and two firefighters walked across to Milo. They were able to get a lead on to the dog and walked him back to safety, where he was reunited with his owner. He was unhurt, just cold and wet.
Avon Fire & Rescue is warning people to take extra care when outside during the cold weather.
A hospital has defended itself after it allowed a woman to have her pet dog present at the birth of her child. The dog was there for the duration of the labour at St Michael's Hospital in Bristol.
The hospital said the woman was able to bring the dog into the delivery suite because he's a certified therapy dog who regularly visits patients.