A 3-year-old girl named Aurora went missing on a Friday afternoon in the rugged bushland on the Queensland’s Southern Downs. By early Saturday morning, police and volunteers came out in huge numbers to try to track down the little girl. When they found her, Max, a 17-year-old dog, was with her. He had kept Aurora company during her little misadventure.
When searchers got close Max alerted them to the young girl and her whereabouts. It was an emotional reunion with Aurora’s family, and thanks to the family’s dog Max, she was found… and, just as important, she was safe.
Says Aurora’s grandmother, Leisa Bennett: “It could have gone any of 100 ways, but she’s here, she’s alive, she’s well and it’s a great outcome for our family.”
And so much of that outcome is thanks to Max, who is actually half blind and half deaf. Because of his dedication to the little girl, Max was named an honorary police dog.
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