It's finally happened - we've got a This Morning puppy! And she's not just any puppy, she's a very special Guide Dog in training.
But something is missing - her name! And that's where you come in.
Choose a name suitable for this girl puppy beginning with C (because each litter of Guide Dogs is allocated a specific letter of the alphabet). The name must be one or two syllables long and cannot sound like a command.
Write your chosen puppy name in the subject title of an email (anywhere else and it may not be considered) and email it to email@example.com by 12:30pm today Tuesday 1 September. Please only send us one name per email address.
We'll shortlist five names from all those suggested (these may not be the most popular names) and put them to the vote this Wednesday 2 September from 10:30am, right here!
Voting will close at 11:30am on Thursday 3 September, and the name of our new puppy will be revealed at the end of Thursday's show
So what are you waiting for - email us your puppy name suggestions now!
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We look forward to hearing from you!
What a difference a week makes. Join us in the very special video which tracks the transformation of our new home over the course of seven days.
We hope you've managed to snap a few good memories on your camera or phone during the summer...
But holiday pics don't always work out as planned, so if you've got a photo fail, photobomb or selfie gone wrong, share it with us and make us smile this September!
Email your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10am on Tuesday 1 September for a chance to see them on the show.
After pictures of a mystery couple sheltering a dog from heavy rain in Dover earlier in the week went viral, we tracked down the pair of friends and today they join us to tell us about the story of do-gooding that has touched the heart of the nation.
Plus vet Joe Inglis joins us via Skype to discuss dog health.
A survey of 2000 parents of all ages have revealed a quarter of parents admit to leaving their children in a car while they go on an errand, sometimes not returning for 22 minutes.
This works out that eight million adults have done this nationwide.
Here to discuss this topic with us this morning are Laverne Antrobus a child psychologist and journalist Sonia Poulton.