Having one’s home broken into is bad enough, but imagine the fear aroused by having an armed assailant invade your house while you’re there.
One February morning at the home of Nina Teller and Leroy Buchanan in West Philadelphia, Teller answered a knock at the door. As she spoke with the man, another man pushed past them into the house.
Thankfully they had Blue, their loyal eight-year-old pit bull, to defend them.
"You need to get to the barn immediately." These words jolted Beaverlea Roye-Manderbach, as she took an early-morning call in mid-October from one of her employees at Laota Spring Farm in Sinking Hill, PA. One of her prize Paso Fino mares, Chaperona, had just given birth to a filly – six weeks early, and the filly was not moving.