One man and his dog have set off on a week-long fundraising mission for charity.
John Oakley and his rescue dog Max are kayaking from Oxford to Warrington, a distance of around 200 miles.
Max and John have already pushed the boat out for the charity - previously kayaking 100 miles to raise £3000.
But now they're decided to double that effort - with John having to paddle the equivalent of a marathon each day.
They're supporting the local branch of the RSPCA, which gives abandoned animals a second chance at a happy home life.
Max the staffie was himself a rescue who'd spent more than a year in kennels before finding his forever home.
John says the pet enjoys his time on the kayak so much, he's earned the nickname Pirate Max.
He's been kitted out his own special life-jacket for his time on the water.
Max and John are camping along the canals they travel through. They hope to finish their challenge on Sunday. You can keep up with their fundraising efforts here.