Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: ontario, canada
I don't know, those are kind of staged scenarios in the videos. My dogs would be like, why are you wearing dad's ski-doo suit, omg are you taking us sledding, then the "perp" better find the sled keys and take the dogs out... Otherwise, I don't wanna know what happens to him. He would be in trouble at that point.
Seriously, it does give us food for thought on the idea our dogs will protect. Dolly would probably grab his arm and lead him to the fridge where prime rib or honey ham awaits, Oz would be like, listen, don't touch my cuz's and we're OK, you were never here.
I do wonder, because we had that 4am knock and something that sounded like metal on metal, I thought a key in the deadbolt, I could be wrong, it was 4am, Dolly barked, Oz didn't, but, in saying that, my front door has a full-length window - with no curtain, how do I not know they didn't see the black and red dog and get lost? I think it was Dolly's bark, because she was on the floor with me, but it could have been Oz, just standing up. Either way, I am glad they acted as a deterrent and all are safe - although it was probably the new neighbor's bf, drunk, trying the wrong door LOL, or maybe the neighbors use the same dog walker and they tried the lock because they are used to going to our house. At any rate, never a threat and the dogs existed in the house, their presence enough to deter or jar to reality.