A charity that took in a dog found on England's highest peak say the case highlights the need for microchipping.
The Scottish SPCA had to appeal for the dog's owner to come forward after he was discovered on Scafell Pike, because he was not microchipped.
A week later and the dog has now returned home, after spending time at an animal welfare and rehoming centre in Glasgow.
Centre assistant manager Katrina Cavanagh said:
An appeal to find a dog that went missing in the Lake District has gone viral.
Owner Adam Nolan, from Whitehaven, put out the appeal after losing his Border Collie 'Jasper' at Cam Spout Crag below Scafell Pike on 2nd November.
"I know people may say 'he's just a dog'," says Adam on Facebook, "but to me he leaves the same void as if I were to lose someone very close to me."
His appeal on Facebook has had over 60,000 people sharing the link. On Twitter hundreds of people are also offering their support.
There's been another rescue in the Lake District this time a family and a dog were brought down from the side of Scafell.
Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team were called just after 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon after a family of four from Lincolnshire and their Labrador got into difficulties.
The family were eventually lowered down an 8 metre drop to safety. The dog was wrapped in a net before it too was helped down.
This footage was captured by the mountain rescue team.
Scaling Scafell Pike is tough at the best of times, but two national hockey coaches took the challenge to the extreme when they make it to the top while dribbling golf balls.
You can watch their progress below.
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Two national hockey coaches have dribbled up Scafell Pike for charity.
Team manager Andy Halliday and assistant coach Jon Bleby have taken time off from the GB men's hockey squad to tackle the peaks of Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and finally Snowdon while hitting, flicking and bouncing a ball for charity in their own version of the Three Peaks Challenge.
The men with cover 26 miles and 11,000 feet of ascent and decent, attempting to dribble the ball for 24 hours without picking it up. It's a challenge which hasn't been attempted before.
A man has suffered serious injuries after falling 100 feet down Scafell Pike.
The runner had been making his way along the Corridor Route near to Greta Gill when the incident took place on Saturday afternoon.
The Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team, an RAF Sea King and the Great North Air Ambulance attended the scene, where they winched the man to safety.
He was then taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Newcastle where he was treated for significant injuries.
A 10 year old girl has climbed up Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England.
But that Cumbrian feat is only a training walk for Eve Maylor, she is taking on a much bigger challenge.
She is raising money for charity by climbing three peaks in Yorkshire.
Police have confirmed the body that was found yesterday at Piers Ghyll, Scafell Pike, is Christopher Malcolm Blowman.
Search and rescue teams had been looking for the 67-year-old, from Lincolnshire after he was reported missing in the area on Wednesday 14 May.
Wasdale Mountain Team, which recovered a body from the Scafell Pike area of the Lake District this afternoon, said they had to contend with what they determine 'the region's most inaccessible place'.
They had been searching for Christopher Blowman, 67, from Carlton, Louth, went walking in the Scafell Pike area of the Lake District yesterday morning, Wednesday 14 May.
As yet, no formal identification of the body has taken place.