Protecting family and property, Rottweiler ends intrusion in its tracks
Monica Anderson and her son arrived home Friday night to find one of their dogs, a Rottweiler named Nova, who was walking around and barking hysterically. It was immediately obvious to Monica and her son that something was wrong. A man had entered their garage and was trying to enter their house. They let Nova out and she let the intruder know he had nothing to do with their property!
Intruder asks victims to call back dog
As soon as Nova got out, she got to work. She chased the intruder all over the garden. That’s when Anderson’s son saw the future burglar with his own eyes. Caleb told KETV 7: “I was scared. I thought he was going to hurt me.” Anderson says that at one point, the suspect went down to hide near the bridge and, as the pursuit continued, he called his victims to call the dog. It’s like you’re not.