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Stranger passed out in dog bed in wrong home

Discussion in 'Other Dogs in the News' started by Michele, Jan 3, 2019.

  1. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Administrator

    Stranger passed out in dog bed in wrong home
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    POSTED: JAN 02 2019 11:04AM EST

    UPDATED: JAN 02 2019 11:06AM EST

    GERMANTOWN, WI - A homeowner started 2019 with quite the surprise when she woke to find a stranger in their dog’s bed.

    A Germantown, Wisconsin partygoer entered the wrong house. Intoxicated and confused at 3:20 a.m., police say the young man crawled into the dog bed next to a 150-pound Mastiff.

    Lynn Sarver said he woke up at 5:15 a.m. Tuesday to find the intruder fast asleep with her dog Benton also asleep, partially on top of the man.

    "We ran into the kitchen and grabbed a knife," Sarver said. "We definitely were scared."

    The man was drunk and apparently mistook Sarver's house for his own, just a few doors down.

    "Seeing somebody sleeping with my dog, is - weird, you know?" Sarver said. "He was very apologetic."

    No charges were filed against the man, and he went back to his correct home.

    Sarver says she's already got a New year's resolution lined up for 2019.

    "Lock your doors. Lock your doors, yeah for sure," she said.

  2. oldman

    oldman Little Dog

    My uncle did sort of the same thing. He was in a car pool and always slept when going back and forth to work. His friends thought they would teach him to stay awake. They dropped him off a block from where he lived. He went into the house and went to bed.
  3. AGK

    AGK Scratch Kingz Staff Member

    That's one lucky stranger. Wouldn't happen here. Once I awoke from the noise of my house dog going ham on the stranger and realizing someone was in my home, there is a very highly likelihood that hydrashoks will be involved. Lol.
  4. AGK

    AGK Scratch Kingz Staff Member

    Also, if I had a mastiff and it not only allowed some random person into my home but also let them fall asleep with him in it's bed. I'd cull it.

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