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Big problem with same dog coming into the village

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I would urge everyone to download the tv show Dog:Impossible

 

Shows you exactly how dogs are wired and hw you can change their behaviour.

 

Mind you it only seems to work with home pets not strays.

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a very powerful 'woofer stopper' kit  image.jpeg.93ab7629a5f12e6d29433f028ba9ecb3.jpeg

 always seems to work for pets, not deaf ones...

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9 minutes ago, Khon Kaen Jeff said:
10 minutes ago, madmen said:

What next a rogue rooster?

 

9 minutes ago, Khon Kaen Jeff said:

Strangely enough I can hear one of them from my gaff. What do you have to do to find peace in this country?

Just ignore it! I've been living next door to 4 dogs and around 10 rosters for over 2 years now and I've simply ceased to be bothered by them.

 

It's just about impossible to escape from noise in Asia short of becoming a forest monk, so learning to live with it is just about the only answer.

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1 minute ago, Moonlover said:

 

Just ignore it! I've been living next door to 4 dogs and around 10 rosters for over 2 years now and I've simply ceased to be bothered by them.

 

It's just about impossible to escape from noise in Asia short of becoming a forest monk, so learning to live with it is just about the only answer.

Yep, hear what you're saying mate. I think part of it is that it doesn't belong here.

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1 minute ago, CharlieH said:

If the dog has no apparent owner, is not aggressive etc, put in the back of a pick-up, drive to a Wat 20-30 kms away and release it. Thais often drop dogs off at the wat.

Yes I think that is the answer, but being a farang with limited Thai it's not easy for me to organise that and my wife is at her home village this week which don't help.

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3 minutes ago, Khon Kaen Jeff said:

Yep, hear what you're saying mate. I think part of it is that it doesn't belong here.

Do we? 🙂

 

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25 minutes ago, madmen said:

What next a rogue rooster?

a crazed cock

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14 minutes ago, Khon Kaen Jeff said:

There must be dogcatchers here or the like,  or won't the council or local plod come and sort?

We used to get guys driving around the villages exchanging plastic buckets or washing bowls in exchange for any surplus dogs ... no joke ! they are on parr with roasted rats .

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Just now, metempsychotic said:

a crazed cock

Yes, you'll find him @rooster59 in the news section usually ! 😁

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2 minutes ago, CharlieH said:

Why do you need Thai ? the dog wont answer you .....😀

 

seriously though, who needs to speak, just do it.

I don't have a pick up

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1 minute ago, Liverpudlian said:

We used to get guys driving around the villages exchanging plastic buckets or washing bowls in exchange for any surplus dogs ... no joke ! they are on parr with roasted rats .

Can you send them my way, I won't even take the washing bowl!

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52 minutes ago, Khon Kaen Jeff said:

5 days now, same dog, no matter how many times it gets booted out it just keeps coming back, I wouldn't mind so much but it makes a load of noise and at night too and upsets other dogs in the village. I'm not sure if it's a stray or has a home as earlier a woman come to collect it but didn't speak a word of the queen's..anyhow several hours later back it comes, never seen anything like this before.

 

Any clue on how to get rid of this thing, I mean without literally running after it picking it up and strangling it to death? The thing is ruining my days and night and has to be culled..cheers

I am surprised your Thais neighbors didn't already solved the problem.

Usualy it's not take too long, it's always sad for the dog, but people need to sleep too.

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