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During A Terrifying Home Invasion, Two Pit Bulls Kept Their Family Safe

DECEMBER 25, 2016  —  By Sarah Jewel  
Sarah Jewel

Sarah Jewel

Animal and pizza lover with an Internet addiction. Nerd to the max. Currently residing in the land of beautiful winters.

Home invasions are incredibly scary, especially when robbers are bold enough to enter a house when the occupants are inside.

A woman named Nayeli was holding her three-month-old baby in her arms and talking to her husband, Adolfo, on the phone when she heard a noise. Two people, a woman and a man, had broken into her house. The couple demanded money from Nayeli, who said she didn't have any.

The woman yanked the baby out of Nayeli's hands and began to walk toward the back door. That's when the family pit bulls stepped in to save the day.

The two dogs would not let the would-be kidnapper leave, growling at her until she went back into the house and handed the baby back to Nayeli.

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Nayeli was injured when she was hit with a gun during the incident, but she's happy to be alive and still be able to hold her baby tight. Those dogs are real heroes! SHARE their story to show that it's the owners, not the breed, that determine an animal's behavior.

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