(CBS 3) PHILADELPHIA An unlikely hero helped keep a toddler safe in Southwest Philadelphia on Sunday as the family dog stepped in when the little boy tried to play on the roof. "He is a real special guy, period, he does a lot of things that amaze me," explained Philip Redman Sr. As the childs parents slept in their on the 6300 block of Reedland Street, two-year-old Philip Redman Jr. crawled out of bed, moved the playpen out of the way that his parents had placed in front of a broken window and got loose. "He climbed out, he literally just pulled himself out of the window," explained Philip Sr. The little boy began running across the rooftops of several homes and neighbors could not believe what they were seeing. "I saw a baby running across the window, then I said that cant be true, but then I saw a dog," said neighbor and block captain, Tina Mitchell. The dog was Alfie who followed little Philip out of the window and it was the dogs barking that got the attention of neighbors and his parents. Not only did the dog run outside but she actually ran along the outside edge of the roof to make sure the toddler did not fall off. More: http://cbs3.com/local/local_story_197191147.html Hooray for Alfie! :blowkiss: Woof Woof!