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Old Timer Dog Keep Lost Child Safe In Australia


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Queensland, Australia, police credit a deaf and partially blind Australian cattle dog, aka a blue heeler, for keeping a lost 3-year-old girl safe. The little girl had wandered into bushland surrounding her grandmother's property.
Aurora Kyle was reported missing late in the afternoon of April 20.
The search had to be suspended around 1:30 a.m., though, due to the darkness and wet weather. But Max the blue heeler did not get that message.
The 17-year-old Max had gone with Aurora when she left her grandmother's property. He apparently stayed by her side all day and night.
The search for Aurora continued at sunrise, with about 100 police, members of the State Emergency Services and volunteers combing the land.
When the little girls grandmother, Leisa Bennett, heard some faint cries coming from the mountain, she told ABC News, that, "I knew it was her." She says "I shot up the mountain ... and when I got to the top, the dog came to me and led me straight to her."

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