MUCH loved Cumbrian pooch Max the Miracle dog was remembered on BBC Breakfast as owner Kerry Irving went on the show to share his latest challenge in memory of the late spaniel.

Mr Irving was joined by Harry and Tally alongside Paddy, who had walked 84 miles with his owner along Hadrian's Wall for the Great North Air Ambulance Service in their latest challenge.

They took to the BBC Breakfast sofa on Tuesday morning alongside presenters Sally Nugent and Ben Thompson.

Speaking to BBC Breakfast about the challenge, Kerry said: “The last morning where things were getting really difficult the legs were starting to go, the feet were starting to go.

“It’s two years since we lost Max. We have got 450 people joining us at Buttermere to walk around Buttermere, which is a beautiful walk in the heart of the Lake District and that is going to be quite an emotional day to be fair."

Max out in the Lake District rose to fame in lockdown when Kerry started streaming videos of their walks on social media and gained a huge follower base.

Mr Irving said: “He was a very special boy. He brought lots of people together at a very difficult time. Through lockdown, we didn’t realise at the time, we live streamed every day through our social media page... we had the Lake District to play with.

“For us to be able to get out and livestream into people's houses was fantastic.”