Max becomes Queensland’s first honorary police dog

Last month Max the dog became an internet sensation when he stayed with and kept a three-year-old girl safe after she went missing overnight in Warwick (April 20).

The other day , the Warwick Officer in Charge Senior Sergeant James Deacon and the Darling Downs District Dog Squad Officer in Charge Sergeant Trevor O’Neil From Queensland Police visited Max to make good on a promise that they made on social media.

Max seemed pretty thrilled to be presented with a QPS collar and medallion to become Queensland’s first honorary police dog.



Video Courtesy by Queenland Police.

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