A five-month-old puppy, which was so badly abused it had to have one of its back legs amputated, has finally found his forever home.Read the full story ›
Staff at the Palace in Wells say Bryn had been losing weight and seemed subdued on Wednesday morning.Read the full story ›
Afia, a western lowland gorilla, is now fully integrated into her primate family after being hand-reared by zookeepers in Bristol.Read the full story ›
Poultry farmers across the West Country have been told they must follow strict rules to stop the spread of bird flu.Read the full story ›
Stavi escaped from her garden in Brentry last May and travelled around 6 miles before being recovered.Read the full story ›
Western Lowland gorilla Salome was found this morning in the gorilla house by her keepers.Read the full story ›
All this week we're announcing our nominees for the ITV Fundraiser of the Year in the West Country.
We asked for your nominations for people in our region that go the extra mile to help others and raise money for charity.
The winner will be heading to the glitzy Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards later this month.
David Pugh has been training rescue dogs for more than 28 years.
Members of 'Drone SAR For Lost Dogs UK' searched fields and farms after Ted the terrier was declared missing.Read the full story ›
Until now, there had been no known sightings in the county.Read the full story ›
A pet lover from Dorset is calling for a change in the law to put a legal obligation on drivers to report hitting a cat.
Gemma Conway from Chickerell near Weymouth has gathered more than 210,000 signatures for a petition in support of her campaign.
Ms Conway's cat Bertie has been missing since April and she fears he may have been hit by a vehicle.
Under current law, motorists must report hitting dogs and farm animals including horses but not cats.
You can find the petition and more information about the campaign here.