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An old blue heeler named Max remained by the side of a three-year-old girl and led searchers to her after she spent more than 15 hours lost in rugged bushland on Queensland’s Southern Downs overnight.
Aurora was reported missing about 3:00pm on Friday after she wandered off on her own, but a search of woodlands and hills on the rural property in wet weather on Friday night found no trace of her.
The article goes on to state the following:
On Saturday morning, more than 100 State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers, police and members of the public resumed the search and found the girl safe and well with Max the dog at 8:00am.
For his good work in keeping the little girl safe, Max has now been declared an honorary police dog.
You had one job and you aced it!
Max, a 17-year-old blue heeler, has been hailed a hero after he stayed by the side of his three-year-old companion who went missing after she wandered off while on a walk with her grandpa in Queensland, Australia. pic.twitter.com/MpjQhCYTWf
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