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Hua Hin: Story of sadness - and Pit Bulls - tugs at Thai heartstrings

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Hua Hin: Story of sadness - and Pit Bulls - tugs at Thai heartstrings

 

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Caption: Who's going to look after me?

 

A story of a man who has fallen on hard times and needs someone to care for his pit bull and pups was widely shared on Thai social media. 

 

The man in Hua Hin had asked a friend who was in the dog trade to look after his 12 dogs.

 

The reason was that he had run out of money, his wife had left him and now he was in the final stage of cancer. 

 

But when the friend had the the dogs their father - the one with the pixelated penis - just wouldn't stop barking and was taken back with the others to their owner when he came back from hospital. 

 

The owner felt he had imposed on his friend too much and would look after the dogs "so we could all die together".

 

Now he is looking for good owners who want some pit bull pups. 

 

They're going free to good homes. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

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Honestly, the humane thing to do would indeed put these unpredictable viscous dogs down when their owner passes...

 

Yes, I have a heart...too many children have been permanently disfigured or killed by pitbulls...   

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Unfortunately, for the majority, they are people who do not have the right profile, who have these dogs.
It can be dangerous, aggressive people
or weak-minded people who take these dogs to protect themselves and make them attack dogs.
Beside my home, I already have a Swedish pit bull of 80 years and you have to support your psychopathy, night and day.

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They pixelated a dog's bits...

 

Edited to remove the words I used which are obviously not on the TVF 'approved' list....

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2 hours ago, Puchaiyank said:

Honestly, the humane thing to do would indeed put these unpredictable viscous dogs down when their owner passes...

 

Yes, I have a heart...too many children have been permanently disfigured or killed by pitbulls...   

Any dog well trained is a joy to have, I know of many excellent pit-bulls that are an absolute dream to own.

On the other hand I know of many left to themselves un-trained that are a nightmare...

which goes for any breed... but yes a pit-bull will inflict serious damage if enraged.

 

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2 hours ago, Puchaiyank said:

Honestly, the humane thing to do would indeed put these unpredictable viscous dogs down when their owner passes...

 

Yes, I have a heart...too many children have been permanently disfigured or killed by pitbulls...   

The tests have been done and the pitbull isn't up there with the most dangerous dogs. It's loyal and loves children.

Get your facts from reality rather than from the gutter

 

https://www.creditdonkey.com/pitbull-statistics.html

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1 hour ago, korkenzieher said:

They pixelated a dog's bits...

 

Edited to remove the words I used which are obviously not on the TVF 'approved' list....

They say in England 'it's the dogs <deleted>' meaning something good. 

In reference to the dog's <deleted> being the best part of the dog!!

 

The word they have deleted in B O L L O X. why oh why is that deleted, is this a child's forum ??

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Send them to Vietnam.  They will take them right at the border.

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Irrespective of what anybody says on ThaiVisa, they'll end up let loose on the soi until they attack a child, then they'll get dumped on some waste ground until they find their way to the nearest moo-bahn and attack another child and then they will get dumped at a temple till they kill an elderly monk. This is the Thai way.

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1 minute ago, Briggsy said:

This is the Thai way.

Gotta give credit to the Land of Thinking ---- Optional.

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3 hours ago, Puchaiyank said:

Honestly, the humane thing to do would indeed put these unpredictable viscous dogs down when their owner passes...

 

Yes, I have a heart...too many children have been permanently disfigured or killed by pitbulls...   

Pitbulls are not born vicious but owners turn them into unpredictable critters. Treat them well and you have a loyal pal for life. Btw, pitbulls love to sit on your lap and get cuddled.

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Some developped countries need a permit to have these tough fellas. A permit not for the poor dog who is innocent, but a permit rather to be sure the owner is sane and a normal person and not another jerk, who will make the dog as wrecked as he is.

 

But how can one expect to train dog owners in a country that sadly cannot even discipline it's drivers ?

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Heard so many times: "He was always so sweet and gentle. I can't believe he killed that girl".

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I have heard he has a great voice and writes good music????

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