A 19 week old puppy from Carlisle is being pushed around in a pram after breaking her leg.
Poppy slipped on the kitchen floor and as a result will need to wear a plaster cast for six weeks.
Her owners Anne, Grace and Neil Harland didn't want her stuck in the house all day, so they've decided to take her out in a pram.
The poorly pooch has been attracting lots of attention on the streets of Carlisle.
A set of west Cumbrian triplets who doctors thought might not survive after they were born prematurely are back home in time for Christmas.
Poppie, Molly and Evelyn Park, from Whitehaven, arrived at just 26 weeks and collectively weighed the same as two bags of sugar.
"We left the RVI after 111 days and it was a great feeling to be one step closer to home, but we knew there was still a long road left to travel. All of the girls were admitted to our local hospital in Whitehaven and since then they have all had a few feeding issues but are now back home.
"When we look back on how poorly the girls were and where they are now - they've come so far and we're just full of pride.
"They do have blips, but nothing life threatening - and they're heading in the right direction, making lots of progress. They're happy, smiling and starting to show their emotions and exploring everything the world's got to offer."
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Thinking of throwing out your childhood toys?
They could be worth more than you think.
Mitchells Auction House in Cockermouth is preparing for a specialist sale of vintage toys, and they told us people are often surprised at how much cash they could have in their attic.
Here's some advice, if you think you may have valuables in your toy box:
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X-Factor winner Matt Terry has competition to be the Christmas Number One - step forward Ullswater Community College from Penrith!
They decided to make a Christmas song - hoping for some snow instead of last year's rain. Our reporter Matthew Taylor went along for a listen.
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Four special notes micro-engraved with an image of Jane Austen have been distributed across the UK - and could net you a fortune.Read the full story ›
A search and rescue dog from Kendal is on course to climb all 214 Wainwrights - the fells described in Alfred Wainwright's guide to the Lake District.
Fern is one of very few English Shepherd dogs in England - and the first one of the rare breed to be a Mountain Rescue search dog.
The Cub Scouts are celebrating their centenary this year and they've been doing it in unusual style - underground.
More than one hundred children descended into the catacombs underneath Carlisle train station, to renew their promises.
Our reporter Paul Crone went to join them: