We live in the country and at the beginning of summer there were a lot of breakin's where out buildings were the target. Last night around 12:30 I was in bed and I heard a dog bark. Then I heard what sounded like a car with a flat tire. A minute later there is a knock on my door. Joe is on the road and I'm there with the two kids. Because of the breakin's and being alone and I'm a sissy I didn't answer the door. I didn't even turn on the lights. I called the police and told them to come check it out. I then realize that Reese was still sitting in his crate like everything was fine. NOT ONE LOUSY BARK! I let him out and he didn't even notice that I was acting weird. He didn't notice because the gate to my room was open and he ran in to eat the cat food and then finish up by having a litter box dessert. EWWW!!! The next minute a couple cruisers with lights pull up and still he didn't notice because he was having so much fun chasing the cats through the house (still in the dark) at full speed. Cops are outside with spotlights looking for a person who is no longer with the van and Reese still didn't notice until the cop knocked on my door. When I answered it Reese dive bombed the screen door with this tail waggin, screaming "Oh hello, did you come over to play with me? Please, pet me!" Finally a car pulls up and the missing people have come back to fix there tire. That is when he noticed something just wasn't right and he finally stuck his face in the window to see what was up. But still....NOT ONE BARK. After all that I decided to let him sleep with me where he left me 6 inches of bed, 4 inches of blanket and tried to kiss me with litter box dessert breath. Now, he just turned 5 months and I know he's just a kid. Will he get a little more protective as he gets older or is he just going to be my wimp Dober Man?