The Australian bushfire season of 2019 and 2020 was one of the worst in living memory. Millions of hectares of land were ravaged by the terrible firestorm and billions of animals were either displaced or destroyed. In an effort to rescue these vulnerable animals, veterinarians and carers across the countries worked tirelessly. But it wasn’t just human assistance that made a difference in the lives of some of Australia’s most vulnerable creatures. There was help of a four-legged variety that left an indelible mark. This week we want to introduce you to Bear, the koala rescue dog, whose work searching for and rescuing vulnerable koalas in the wild has detected over 100 at risk koalas. Join us as we take a close look at Bear and his story.