A dog refuses to stop looking for 3-year-olds who disappear after 15 hours of approach
The heroes are of different sizes and shapes, sometimes with two legs and other times, yes, you guessed on all fours.
People who own dogs know how adorable and incredible they are, they give us unconditional love, are loyal and reputed to be their best companion.
A 17-year-old blue heeler named Max is one of the most faithful companions one can observe.
The senior dog is deaf and partially blind. He has the merit of saving the life of Aurora, a 3-year-old girl from Queensland, Australia.
Aurora wandered in the Australian bush with Max, dressed just in a t-shirt and light pants, and the poor girl got lost.
The girl’s family began researching the entire community when she found that their child had disappeared.
Neighbors and police forces rushed in search of the little girl. They searched for 15 hours. It was cold and rainy, but more than 100 people were looking for the girl.
Leisa Bennett, the girl’s grandmother, also took part in the research, and while wandering in the bush, she heard her granddaughter’s voice.
“I pulled up the mountain and when I got to the top, the dog came to me and took me directly to her,” Bennett told a local news channel.
The group of excavations followed Max, the dog, to the steep summit and found Aurora there. She was cold and scared, but everything else looked ok. Open next Page To see more
SUCH A GOOD BOY, MAX! He stayed with his 3-year-old human who was lost near Warwick last night while we frantically searched for her. For keeping her safe, you're now an honorary police dog. 🐶https://t.co/QiszGFP4gg via @ABCNews pic.twitter.com/xxRc6ndeaK
— Queensland Police (@QldPolice) April 21, 2018