Despite the fact that some Australian bushfires are now relatively under control, there is still plenty of work to be done to ensure the safety of both people and animals. Recently, 3,000 reserve soldiers from the Australian Army joined forces with firefighters to battle the remaining fires that continue to burn in Eastern Australia. They’ve been working tirelessly for weeks and undoubtedly deserve a rest.
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When tragedy strikes, communities pull together and this is exactly what has been happening across Australia due to the devastating bushfires. Among some of the biggest heroes, particularly when it comes to protecting and rescuing animals, have been some incredible working dogs. Now, a new story is emerging about Patsy, a 6-year-old border collie and kelpie mix who was essential in helping save her owner’s farm and livestock.
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