A major search operation is underway in the Lake District, by a couple who are looking for their lost pet.
They've spent hundrends of pounds and travelled thousands of miles in the search for their Jack Russell.
Paul and Wendy Meadows, who live in Southport, have travelled to Patterdale near Ullswater almost every day.
Their pet, four-year-old Joey, disappeared on a visit there just before Christmas.
Matthew Taylor has the full report:
Anyone who has seen Joey is asked to contact Cumbria Police or Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team.
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