An animal charity says there's a been a significant drop in the number of homes they've been able to find for stray dogs.
They're so desperate to find an owner for one of their charges that they've made a video about him.
Murdoch the lurcher was abandoned as a puppy. He has now been looked after by the charity near Bath for a year. But despite his loveable ways, no-one has taken him in.
You can find out more about the charity, Greyhound Rescue West of England, here.
And you can watch the video here:
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.
Fox, a five month old Chihuahua cross puppy who was taken from Bristol Dogs and Cats Home during the early hours of Sunday, 20 September has been returned to the centre.
Staff believe her safe return is down to the power of Social Media.
A five month old Chihuahua cross puppy has been stolen from Bristol Dogs and Cats Home during the early hours of Sunday, 20 September.
Staff at the Bristol rescue centre feared the young female dog, named Fox, may have been stolen to be used for breeding, although she has only just been spayed.
Fox was stolen during the night and police are investigating.
Jodie Hayward, the centre’s manager said that, despite the charity being staffed 24/7 the robbery had been a highly skilled operation. She said they used professional tools and knew which kennel she was in.
If anybody has any information about where Fox could be, they can contact Avon and Somerset Police on 101 quoting reference 318 of 20 September 2015.
Bristol Dogs and Cats Home has taken one of their homeless dogs on an extra special long walk to try to get her adopted.
Staffordshire bull terrier Anne has been with the charity for the last eight months. So they've taken the three year-old to visit all 70 of the Shaun in the City sculptures around Bristol to help her find a "forever home."
We sent our "lead" correspondent Matthias Kurth to find out more.
Avon and Somerset Police were forced to break into a car after spotting a dog had been locked in.
The pooch was seized from a car in Patchway and cops took to Twitter to warn other owners against the perils of pets in hot cars.
Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service have tweeted that they were called to rescue a pet Labrador who had got its head stuck in a pram.
The incident happened in early this morning at around 7am in Warminster.
The dog has been released and is uninjured but he might not be going near a pram again anytime soon.
Avon and Somerset Police duo PC Andrew Jerreat and four year old Police Dog ‘Elmo’ are representing Tri Force Operations at the National Police Dog trials today.
The four day event is in Stirling where 21 police dog teams from various forces across the UK put through their paces to identify who are the top dogs in the country.
The dogs and their handlers will be assessed on the full range of police dog duties including tracking, obedience, criminal work and crowd control.
PC Jerreat entered the South West and Wales Regional Dog Assessments in March. He fought off stiff competition from 12 officers and qualified to attend the nationals.
A pensioner has been blackmailed with cruel phone calls threatening to cut up her beloved dog unless she pays hundreds of pounds.
Vivienne Garton began to receive the vile messages after he West Highland Terrier Ben disappeared from her garden on April 12.
The worried 65-year-old put up posters over her home of Knowle, appealing for her pooch's return.
But one of the numbers was called twice by an anonymous 'middle-aged man' who threatened to harm the family pet unless Vivienne pays £500.
He left an address of an empty house in Bristol, which frail Vivienne has now handed over to police.
Ben is ten years old, partially sighted, partially deaf, and struggles to walk for long distances.
Avon and Somerset police have confirmed they are now investigating an incident of blackmail. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.