This loyal, senior dog is now an official Queensland Honorary Police Dog!
Everyone wonders how this dog can find the baby despite being bli.nd and de.af; perhaps it’s all because of love!
Dogs have always been wonderful loving and devoted companion, and they have long proven to be a great man’s friend!
Max is a 17-year-old Blue Heeler who lives two years longer than the average. The sweet senior dog is also de.af and nearly bl.ind, but that doesn’t stop him from falling in love with his little mistress, Aurora!
Aurora, 3, inadvertently wandered into Australia’s infamous Bushland. Aurora [dis.appea.red] in an instant when the family didn’t notice. Worse, the toddler is dressed in nothing but a thin t-shirt and a few light pants.
Fortunately for the little girl, her faithful dog quietly followed her into the bush!
More than a hundred people gathered including family, neighbors, and authorities immediately organized a search for the little girl, but with each passing hour, they became increasingly concerned, especially as rain and cold winds made search efforts more difficult.
After more than 15 hours of searching, Aurora’s grandmother heard a noise in the dark and realized it was Max, who ran over and led her straight to the sweet and sc.ared baby Aurora. She’s cold and exh.aus.ted, but she’s alive and well.
Max, who was de.af and nearly bl.ind, cuddled Aurora all night to keep her warm and safe!
The community is so grateful to Max for protecting Aurora that he has been designated as an Honorary Queensland Police Dog. Max is the epitome of a hero, demonstrating that no matter your species or age, you can always save someone!
Let us give this sweet fur angel a warm round of applause! He deserves it!!!!
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