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Another small child savaged by dogs - three year old in serious condition in hospital

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This morning I observed a pack of around 8 dogs chase a cyclist in full tour-de-France rig as he passed their temple entrance. He had no chance to react although thankfully wasn't unseated.

My reading of their body language suggested this was a game rather than a blatant attack but it could nonetheless have injured the (adult ferang) rider or thrown him under the wheels of traffic in the opposite lane.

 

I caught everything on dashcam but frankly cannot be bothered to search for or upload it.

 

Note: There is a primary school directly opposite where a large number of kids arrive on two wheels on school days...

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1 minute ago, evadgib said:

This morning I observed a pack of around 8 dogs chase a cyclist in full tour-de-france rig as he passed their temple entrance. He had no chance to react although thankfully wasn't unseated. My reading of their body language suggested this was a game rather than a blatant attack but it could nonetheless have injured the rider or thrown him under my car in the opposite lane.

I caught everything on dashcam but frankly cannot be bothered to search for or upload it.

Note: There is a primary school directly opposite...

Thats justified, Vermin Chasing Look at Me Mes.:drunk:

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thais could make some serious cash. just hire some viets to come over and take the soi dogs back to hcmc to eat?  but i think the viets are picky. they want house dogs to eat not soi dogs?

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in vietnam u never see soi dogs.  they are eaten.  the dogs over their behave quite well . they know if they dont they will be eaten but because thais are buddhist.  the dogs have an out here.

 

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18 hours ago, donim said:

Tried or actually bit?

 

If bitten for real, you should get your injections AND present that bill to the condo, do a police report first.

If condo deny, ask the police to step in, they can enforce this. Nothing to do with owning the dogs or not, it was on their property and their security ''owns'' the dogs.

 

I have been bitten, vaccins 3500thb, but owned by poor people I let it go. Was it owned by someone who has a stone built house, they would have got the bill from me.

 

Last week I was bitten again, and this time in the soi by owned dogs they let the dogs out all the day, but I am already vaccinated so no bill to give them.

 

Rgds,

Me too when my son was bitten at the age of 4.

 

These days I have taken to wearing an IDV while excising to capture the feral menace in the act if my (mandatory) stick ever becomes necessary.  

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On 2/22/2019 at 7:56 AM, SammyT said:

"But the security guard shot that bitey dog for no reason the other day and deserves to go to jail. Typical aggressive Somchai."

 

~ 40% of TVF users on the other thread.

 

I love animals, but its time for Thailand to put the Buddhist principles aside and eradicate some stray dogs.

Not some but ALL stray dogs.

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It should be an offense to feed stray dogs anywhere in Thailand. A neighbour of mine called Keith used to feed the dogs on Maenam beach. But he is gone now leaving behind a couple of litters of stray dogs caused by his stupid feeding of the bitches.

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8 hours ago, sawadeeken said:

One of my dogs kept in fenced yard (In the USA) accidentally was able to find some 'Rat Poison' in a tray that I had put out for rats...... He ate the whole tray (4 inch by 4 inch - 1/2 inch deep) and within a couple days was dead ... And this was a 40 pound dog...... Most of those mouse/rat pellets have Arsenic in them..... Arsenic, I learned never leaves the body and keeps building up until it finally does the job...... Rats dont need much with their small body....

That is what needs to be purposely done to animals who bite kids such as this case and the recent case in Krabi Ao Nang Beach..... 

Already tried this, but dogs ate sausage and looked for more with no effect.

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13 hours ago, yogavnture said:

in thailand do you ever see the dogs with the plastic thing around its neck?  what is that for?  is that an aggressive dog. ?  in india the cops go around and shoot dogs with no collar.  no collar means its nobodys dog. and they should be shot . that should be the rule

Good idea, but unfortunately here such action would just prompt the idiot element to put collars on the strays as well as continuing to feed them. Any dog running loose should be removed, collar or not.

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This is a real problem ! These kids are everywhere and most parents know nothing about how to control them !

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On 2/22/2019 at 7:58 AM, mikebell said:

Why would any sane person keep keep ten wild animals.  What a primitive country this is, where children come second to dogs!

 

People often keep more than one dog on the property. The dogs are allowed to roam freely with their boundaries. They are a deterrent against burglary and home attack.

 

Sadly, this is still very much a third world country in many aspects. 

 

Would you rely on calling the police if someone was trying to break in to your house? Or prowlers? 

 

So people have dogs, and forget or never new that dogs are pack animals who will defend their territory. 

 

I have had lots of dogs. Thai dogs are very difficult to train and domesticate compared to more common Western breeds. They are much more used to being left outside, and therefore become less trusting of people. Recipe for these types of attacks.

 

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On 2/22/2019 at 11:54 PM, yogavnture said:

screw animal rights cops if nearby should shoot the mangy mutts on site. if this happened in usa and i had a concealed carry permit. i would pop them . even the sound of a gun would get them running off

 

On 2/22/2019 at 11:56 PM, yogavnture said:

in thailand do you ever see the dogs with the plastic thing around its neck?  what is that for?  is that an aggressive dog. ?  in india the cops go around and shoot dogs with no collar.  no collar means its nobodys dog. and they should be shot . that should be the rule

Wow, and here I was thinking you were a granola eating, Sabai Sabai yoga dude overflowing with understanding and empathy.   I don't disagree with the underlying fundamental in what you've said, just a bit surprised by the tone and tenor. 

 

If you were in the USA and had a CCW permit and were out blasting dogs around town, I suspect, at a minimum, you wouldn't have that CCW for very long. 

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If Thais want to ask non Buddhists to get rid of the soi dogs in a humane way  I can volunteer.  I'll do it for free. 

 

 

 

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