The Intruder Incident.

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  1. Rhiannon says:

    I think it’s really unlikely they’ll come back if they suspect Abby is in the house. The only time I’d worry at all is if you take Abby for a walk. But then at least it’s only your possessions you have worry about, not your safety. But, I don’t think they’d risk messing with the dog. Make sure you have serial numbers for things that have them, and maybe take pictures of your expensive items and put them in a private place online somewhere. That way you have lots of info for insurance companies should anything happen. We have a fair number of break-ins around here, so I keep meaning to do these things myself.

  2. Rachael says:

    That’s scary!! It’s a good thing you have Abby. Intruders don’t want to mess with dogs.. for all they know she’s an aggressive pitbull. They won’t come back as long as she’s around. Dogs are loud and barking draws attention to your house.. especially if your neighbors are elderly! One BIG advantage to having crotchety old neighbors is that they always know what’s going on… so if something suspicious were to happen they’d have the cops on speed dial!

    Here’s to getting a good night’s sleep with Abby by your side. I hope tomorrow is better for you! :)

  3. Bethany says:

    That is SO scary, Amy! I have a somewhat-thought-out intruder plan (that originated when we lived in a very bad area), but I have no idea if I would be able to carry it out. I am so glad your dog helped you! Dogs– they are just wonderful.

  4. Cori says:

    Wow, that IS Scary!! I think things WILL be okay – if the person had truly had evil intent, the dog would not have stopped them this time. Good Dog!! Plus – you would TOTALLY go Mama Bear if someone were threatening you & the babies…TRUST me!!

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