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Dog that was abandoned receives decoration for rescuing 100 koalas in Australia

“Bear” is a “Koolie” breed dog that was abandoned due to behavior problems in Australia. However, after the necessary discipline, he managed to be awarded the prize “To animal action” for saving more than 100 koalas injured in the forest fires in that country.

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According to Infobae, the award is provided by International Fund for Animal Welfare in recognition of the dog’s work between 2019 and 2020, in which, without fear of fire, he managed to save the marsupials.

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“Bear” was sent to the states of New South Wales and Queensland, where – thanks to his sense of smell – he was able to find the animals, who were rescued injured.

“He can recognize the smell of koalas’ fur and when he finds one in a tree, it falls to the ground at the base without disturbing him … We think he deserves this award because he has been very good in helping us find and rescue many koalas. “noted the dog’s guardian, Romane Cristescu.

The pet was abandoned by its former owners because they could not use its energy, which they described as “overflowing”. Still, Bear was rescued and taken to a dog training center for the conservation of the Universidad Sunshine Coast.

This team works to locate groups of koalas that are affected by forest fires. “He found koalas despite all the harrowing conditions. That brought us hope “Cristescu pointed out.

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