Australia: Police pay tribute to Max, the deaf and visually impaired dog, who rescued a girl
HEROS FOUR PAWS The dog, aged 17 years, had kept company and rescued a girl lost in the Australian bush ...
20 Minutes with AFP Posted on 21 / 04 / 18
Max, the 17 Blue Heeler who has protected and rescued a lost 3 girl in the Australian bush in Queensland on 20 April 2018. - Kelly BENSTON / AFP
A feat hardly credible and duly rewarded. Max, a 17 Blue Heeler, received this Saturday the honors of the Queensland Police in Australia.
It is indeed thanks to him that Aurora, a girl of 3 years who was lost in the Australian bush, could be found safe and sound, reported this Saturday the Australian channel Abc ..
A companion and a guide
The dog, who is deaf and partly blind, stayed at the side of the little Aurora throughout a rainy night, before leading family and rescuers to the child, missing since Friday to 15h and sought by air and in a rural area of Queensland (northeast).
"Leisa [the child's grandmother] heard Aurora's voice, then she found Max who took her to her," said Kelly Benston, Leisa's companion.
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