A stray dog from Devon has been re-homed after recovering from a life-saving heart operation. Sally, an 8 month old Border Collie was found straying on Dartmoor in November last year. She was taken to the Wingletang Rescue and Re-homing Centre near Tavistock.
Vets found she was suffering from a severe heart murmur and would need a £4,000 operation to save her life. Locals donated the money and Sally has now recovered and is enjoying her new home.
An exhibition is being held at Tavistock Museum to mark the 70th anniversary of 29th Division. The American army unit was stationed in the town in World War Two and had the highest death toll of the war.
A special exhibition is being held at Tavistock Museum to mark the 70th anniversary of 29th squadron. The American army unit was stationed in the town in World War 2 and had one of the highest death toll of the war.
It's the bane of every neighbourhood, but local communities are starting to take the issue of dog fouling on their streets much more seriously.
In West Devon the local dog warden has turned pavement artist to highlight the problem - quite literally - and as Jacquie Bird reports volunteers in Tavistock have spent the day handing out free bags to dog owners.
A Tavistock dog warden is carrying out spray paint patrols in the town today to literally highlight the problem of dog fouling. Wardens will also be handing out free dog poo bags to people in Tavistock.
Dog mess can carry the Toxicara virus, which in the worst cases can make children go blind.