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Would your pooch protect your home against an intruder?

Bindi Bindi
Roxie Roxie
Star Star
Kevlar Kevlar
Calico Calico
ATLANTA (CBS46) -

How much faith do you put in Fido to protect your home after you leave for the day?

CBS Atlanta News conducted an experiment with five dogs: Roxie, a Rottweiler; Star, a Papillon mix; Kevlar, a German Shepherd; Bindi, an English Staffordshire Terrier; and Calico, a Brittany Spaniel. 

Which dog do you think protected their owner's home best? Click here to take our poll.

Then, on Sunday night at 11 p.m., don't miss our story on how all the dogs reacted to the intruder. It's only on CBS Atlanta News.

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