Australian dog receives police honours for keeping lost…

The three-year-old spent the night in the bush. Source Facebook Kelly Benston

The three-year-old spent the night in the bush. Source Facebook Kelly Benston

Australian police have praised a dog for remaining with a three-year-old girl as she spent a night lost in bushland. "The dog camped with her". "And she said, 'I had a good sleep, Granby, '" Bennett said.

The Facebook page of Queensland Police also shared the incident.

They tweeted: "SUCH A GOOD BOY, MAX! For keeping her safe, you're now an honorary police dog". Aurora's grandmother, Leisa Marie Bennett, said she had heard the girl call out from the location, about 2km (1.2 miles) from home.

After her anxious grandmother Leisa Bennett raised the alarm, strangers and indigenous trackers came from as far away as Stanthorpe to search for the girl.

More than a hundred State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers, along with police and members of the public searched for Aurora, who was found around 8am this morning.

At 17, Max is totally deaf and partially blind, which makes his heroism all the more remarkable.

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He stated: "The world round the home is sort of mountainous and may be very inhospitable terrain to go strolling in, so she'd travelled fairly a distance together with her canine that was fairly loyal to her".

Philips mentioned that the search was quite hard because "the volunteers and the police were, amongst the very steep slopes full of lantana and other vegetation". Aurora and the pup were found after the three-year-old responded to shouts from her grandmother.

She said: "I shot up the mountain. and when I got to the top, the dog came to me and led me straight to her".

"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".

Phipps added that Aurora had suffered minor cuts and abrasions however was in any other case properly. It could have been so different though, had Max not stuck with her.

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