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The four-year-old cross terrier is looking for a young couple to adopt him and give him lots of love and affection.
Gary Lee and Tim Mullens from Dogs Trust were on The Hour looking for new homes for five-year-old Cody and puppy Corey.
Don’t let the name put you off. SSPCA launches an appeal to find families for two homeless bearded dragons.
Four-year-old Willow has been at the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home since December 2010 and would love to find a new home.
Pauline Martin and Keith Marley set up the North East Animal and Wildlife Rescue Centre in 2006 because of their love for animals. The Scottish charity has rehabilitated thousands of animals and relies solely on public donations.
After beating 21,000 dogs to the Best in Show title at Crufts 2011, Jet and owner Jim Irvine return to their home in Scotland.
One-year-old pups Kia and Blue are looking for new families to love them.
Two-year-old Doberman Zeyen hopes to find a nice new home and a loving family to adopt him.
The Hour continues its successful Give a Dog a Home appeal with Labrador cross Ethel.
Vet Scott McGinlay from the Pets ‘n’ Vets practice in Glasgow had some advice for dog owners on how to deal with anxiety, hyperactivity and obesity which was affecting their beloved pets.
Collie dog Tara finally finds the perfect home after family spot her appeal on The Hour.
Zoe is looking for a lovely new family to adopt her. The six-year old terrier cross is currently being looked after by Dogs Trust in Glasgow.
Dave was handed in as a stray at the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home in Scotland seven months ago. The six-year-old Patterdale terrier is longing to find a new family to love him.
Sunny D wants to find a family to love him. The gentle and loving greyhound is currently being looked after by the Scottish SPCA.
This week the Pet of the Week was chosen by legendary Scottish cowboy Sydney Devine.
Springer spaniel Ben is looking for a loving family to adopt him. The 10-year-old dog is currently being fostered through Springer Rescue for Scotland but needs a permanent home where he can get all the love and attention he deserves.
Winston the West Highland Terrier is the pride of his household after being picked out by comedy duo Armstrong and Miller.
Todd Carty, star of Monty Python musical Spamalot, is a British icon with a long career, but now he’s picking a Scottish icon with a long ear.
This week the Give a Dog a Home campaign is launched in Scotland, where charities and rescue centres from around the country will appear on TV show The Hour in a bid to find permanent homes for the abandoned dogs they are caring for.
Actress Laura Fraser chose this week’s Pet of the Week, and dancing birdy Babes won her heart.