A determined German Shepherd who raised the alarm after discovering an abandoned baby in a Birmingham park has been praised.
The dog refused to leave the carrier bag alone while out for a walk with her owner - and it was only when the man went over in investigate that he realised why.
Hospital staff looking after the newborn decided to name her Jade, after the dog.
A neighbour, who did not wish to be named, told ITV News Central correspondent Keith Wilkinson that if it had not been for Jade the Dog's persistence, Baby Jade might not have been discovered at all.
Abandoned Baby Jade is "alert, happy and contented", say hospital staff looking after the newborn.
West Midlands Police have released a short video clip of Jade as she recovers in hospital.
Officers are now looking for her mother.
Police have released more pictures of a newborn baby girl who was found abandoned in a Birmingham park.
Named Jade by hospital staff, the girl is thought to have been just one or two days old when she was left in a bag in the community park in Stechford.
Detectives have released the pictures as part of the hunt to find Jade's mother.
They have urged the woman, or anyone who knows where she might be, to contact police.
A newborn baby girl found abandoned in a bag in a Birmingham park has been named Jade by hospital staff.
The girl is "alert, happy and contented" as she recovers in hospital, West Midlands Police said as detectives released the first photo of the girl in a bid to trace her missing mother.
Baby Jade was found in a community park off Stuarts Road, Stechford, at around 2pm yesterday.
She weighs six pounds and is being monitored around the clock by paediatricians.
Police are this morning continuing to hunt for the mother of a newborn baby abandoned in a bag in a Birmingham park.
The girl, thought to be just one or two days old, was found in a community park off Stuarts Road, Stechford, at around 2pm yesterday.
She was found wrapped in a blanket in a bag by a nearby resident and taken to hospital.
Ch Insp Jack Hadley appealed for the mother, or anyone who thinks they may know where she is, to come forward.
– Chief Inspector Jack Hadley, West Midlands Police
Now that we know the baby is safe and in the care of professionals, our priority is to find mom.
She may be in need of urgent medical attention and we need her to contact us as soon as possible.
Police say that a baby girl found in a carrier bag in a park in Stechford is "progressing well" in hospital. She's thought to be between one and two days old.
They are continuing to search for her mother and are appealing for her to come forward.