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Big problem with same dog coming into the village

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On 10/8/2019 at 3:46 PM, Khon Kaen Jeff said:

What a country when a dog has move rights than humans..must be 50 people in this village yet the dog wins the day. Staggering.

Fifty locals and one weird farang you mean?

 

Isaan village life... it's for the dogs.

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18 hours ago, Khon Kaen Jeff said:

No longer have security

And your old lady is away?

 

Be afraid... very afraid.

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On 10/8/2019 at 10:36 AM, sirocco said:

I always have the hose to water at your fingertips,
and a large stream of water to cats or dogs is effective.
You can always try.

We have some dogs (poodle and <deleted>zu) who come here from another street to mess up our gardens....(they wrecked our doormat into pieces) but they don't care at all for my gardenhose...i can spray them nonstop and they don't give a duck.

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But ultrasound device, dogs hear it and stay away

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11 hours ago, simon43 said:

Hallo nice doggie, come and have some dog biscuits.

 

Would you like to go for a fun trip in my car?  I'm only going to xxxx (some place 100 Km away).  When we get there, you can get out and run around while I sit in my car with the engine running., because I'm expecting an important call from my wife to tell me to come home immediately without waiting for you... 🙂

 

 

The OP has already explained he has no car, his wife is gone for some reasons

for few days and he is stuck in the middle of nowhere

in a Thai village with no more security and a <deleted> noisy dog at his door

every night

 

so if someone on the forum can show some christian charity and send to him

by mail a pair of earplugs to try to get the OP out of the misery where he'd put himself

it should be very apreciated

ty all for him

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I had a cute dog ,her name was Beyonce.
She attracted too many male dogs ( heat)
The family sent her up the mountain to guard a guys chicken farm.
She pretty much ate them all ! [emoji38]
Now i’m stuck with her 2 sons- i love em to bits ( my security) [emoji240][emoji173]️[emoji106]


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Off topic and nonsense removed.

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As a cyclist I'm quite used to dealing with problem dogs. They are quick learners and easily trained. One good kick in the face (or the nuts) and he'll never bother you again. Painful for the dog but nothing permanent.

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Ah! Fruitman, post 83,  you have to have some dexterity to target dogs and cats.
  for me, it was effective.
Besides, I also practice on men who <deleted> in the bushes,
opposite of my home.
They repack, quickly,
their faucet.

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20 hours ago, xtrnuno41 said:

But ultrasound device, dogs hear it and stay away

I dont think they work. I trialed one last year around Pratumnak. 

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I dont quite understand the problem here. The dog is not rabid, not attacking anyone, not howling incessantly but just mooching around. It sounds a bit lonely to me.

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Guessing the offending mutt is more than five days old. Probably thinks it found the bar bitch of the season close to your home.

Probably gone home already. Until next time!

If you're close to a 'lady bar' the problems never stop.

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