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Finnish boy, 5, savaged on Ao Nang beach by pack of wild dogs - rabies feared

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The filthy dogs will not be killed. They'll be temporarily  relocated . Problem solved  .  Thaistyle!

 

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8 minutes ago, Creasy said:

If Thailand wasn't a banana republic, the dog owners by law would need to register their dogs and make them wear a tag and collar.

 

Any dog caught on the street without a rego tag gets euthanised .

LOL  Do you know what the compliance rate for pet owners is in big western cities? Try sub 30% in a good year.  The one city where compliance works is Calgary, Canada. It has an estimated licensing and vaccination compliance rate of 90%  on dogs and 55% on cats. It must be doing something right. The city presents a problem worse than  Thailand in respect to environment because of the large rural zones around the city and the high quality  parks and nature reserves. 

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3 minutes ago, HAKAPALITA said:

Yes a nice pic of the dog helps the healing, a 9 Mill Glock stops the bite.

Somewhat cumbersome down the ol' Y fronts while 🏃‍♂️ tho' innit. 

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17 minutes ago, HAKAPALITA said:

Yes a nice pic of the dog helps the healing, a 9 Mill Glock stops the bite.

For years, I only carried a "dog gun" (.32). Dog guns date back to the invention of bicycles.

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Some off topic posts about guns in America have been removed.

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Not sure if anyone has made the comment, but I hope they Finnish off the dogs that did this. 

 

I'll see myself out...

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