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BANGKOK 26 April 2019 09:17
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Ao Nang dog attack: Round-up to expand, Finnish boy Eemi out of hospital

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Round up the idiots that feed them also....due to a certain stupid woman, a pack near me has grown from 6 to over 30 in a year because she feeds them everyday. Prison for feeding pigeons, should be shot at dawn for feeding stray dogs.

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Real Dogs and Human Dogs In LOS

Just get the message out to tourists ! Thailand is Dangerous!!!!!

 

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I think it’s actually cruel to condemn these stray dogs to live as they do, existing on scraps with no shelter and no one to care for them. No wonder they revert to pack behaviour. Past time for their elimination from the streets, and as they are invariably sick and diseased, for their elimination from the planet. I consider myself an animal lover and I hate seeing them suffering.

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20 hours ago, Classic Ray said:

I think it’s actually cruel to condemn these stray dogs to live as they do, existing on scraps with no shelter and no one to care for them. No wonder they revert to pack behaviour. Past time for their elimination from the streets, and as they are invariably sick and diseased, for their elimination from the planet. I consider myself an animal lover and I hate seeing them suffering.

And this can be extended to all those foreign pensioners that can not meet the 65,000 baht a month requirement anymore due to the exchange rates and are begging for visa extensions. It is more human to exterminate them as to send them back to their cold home countries.

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On 2/25/2019 at 11:56 PM, Geoffggi said:

Pattaya should be next on the list, Jomtien Beach & surrounding area is a positive breeding ground for stray dogs ask anyone who exercises early morning along beach road....

IIRC, a tree branch fell and mortally wounded an Italian jogger early one morning on Jomtien a few years ago. The local authorities didn't hesitate to cut down all those vicious, stray trees shortly afterwards.

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We have a fellow comes through the village once or twice a year, has a big cage on his truck,trades plastic bowls and buckets for dogs. I think they go through Laos to Vietnam for the barbi. It's kind of illegal but the border guys look the other way or else they have a hundred mangy dogs to feed.

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On 2/26/2019 at 6:56 AM, Geoffggi said:

Pattaya should be next on the list, Jomtien Beach & surrounding area is a positive breeding ground for stray dogs ask anyone who exercises early morning along beach road....

And it's even more scary if you move off beach road,it's the reason I will probably not come back to Thailand after 25 years visiting, it totally ruins the experience when you can't even enjoy a walk without needing a stick and eyes in the back of your head.

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15 hours ago, Paul944 said:

And this can be extended to all those foreign pensioners that can not meet the 65,000 baht a month requirement anymore due to the exchange rates and are begging for visa extensions. It is more human to exterminate them as to send them back to their cold home countries.

Only the British ones who voted for or supported Brexit/Ukip they should all have to live out their years on the damp and foggy islands.

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15 hours ago, NanLaew said:

IIRC, a tree branch fell and mortally wounded an Italian jogger early one morning on Jomtien a few years ago. The local authorities didn't hesitate to cut down all those vicious, stray trees shortly afterwards.

yes they decapitated it

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On 2/25/2019 at 5:50 PM, ubon farang said:

What about removing stray dogs everywhere in Thailand. They are dangerous only because they are hungry You can bet the people from Finland won't be back to Thailand and they will tell everybody in Finland what a country Thailand is where stray dogs have rights and attack people. Why are these dogs not put down? Oh thats right the monks say they must live Maybe if they bite one of those monks things might change?

The overall number of visitors from Finland is relatively insignificant. Total visitor numbers from Europe increase every year so a small reduction from one small country won't matter. The incident will be forgotten within weeks.

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