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Seven year old foreign boy attacked by dogs on Krabi beach - only then is there some action


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3 hours ago, Matzzon said:

Great comment without thinking! You just won the pulitzer price! It goes unsaid that they catch them and do the shooting in another designated place for such activity.

Lol... yes, it should go without saying, but that is not what was said 

 

apprehend (tranquilizer / net), remove, euthanize (export to Vietnam?) ... 

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They need to start terminating them all over the country.

This kind of pack of 16 should never have been allowed to form, especially in a tourist area.   About time they started using a "dog catcher" no collar and it's collected and held in a compo

Then terminate the mangy runts.      Before continuing out into the town. 

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An annual tail or paw bounty coinciding with school holidays would provide a quick fix, as would a determined spaying/neutering programme immediately afterwards.

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7 hours ago, CharlieH said:

This kind of pack of 16 should never have been allowed to form, especially in a tourist area.

 

About time they started using a "dog catcher" no collar and it's collected and held in a compound for period to be claimed/adopted if not then disposed of.

 

Introduce a dog licence fee to pay for it.

Correct, when they pack up like that they become a problem, near me there were a couple of dogs which wasn't a problem, but they bred a succession of puppies which have grown up and stayed forming a pack... now the terrorise the area chasing anything that moves even chasing occasional cars.

On a public beach this should have been reported and stopped, unfortunately it always takes an accident to gt something done!

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I really hope the little lad will make some kind full recovery  from his Traumatic experience.

DAD ! if you are reading this, try to get full and complete compensation from the Local Authority.

Not for the Money, but for the Justice, and to teach these people a big lesson.

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7 hours ago, spiekerjozef said:

I'm suprised the locals haven't killed these dogs after that attack last year? Normally they don't wait for an order from the governor.

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2 minutes ago, Hank Gunn said:

I totally agree with you, but I believe the concept of a dog license (with fee) was suggested a few months ago, and the Thai populace reacted with a collective squeal of, "We're poor people, cannot afford. It's too much." etc.

 

This is what you get when people refuse to take responsibility, much like parents letting their 8 and 10 year olds ride their motorbikes because they're too lazy to say "No".

yet  not so  poor  they cant feed  the  things

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4 hours ago, kekalot said:

I got bit by soi dogs at least 3 times in 6 years, probably came close to getting bitten another 25+ (because I walk a lot)

first time i near a corner, stepped up "quickly" on a 60cm high ledge to skip going around the whole corner, dog runs and bites me.. the "owner" - a homeless man laughs at me. second time, about 2am.. walking to 7eleven, apparently woke up some dog that was sleeping on the way, he runs and bites my calf. (saw that same dog with a muzzle the next day) third time, walking right in front of a police station white dog runs out of owners house full speed to me and bites me, two police there had a laugh.

it was great.

 

just last week, I went to 7eleven and wanted to put something in the bin (across the street) and some car was coming soonish so

i half ran for like 5 steps before 6 dogs decided that they were startled by this and that it was time for them to try to take me down.

Dogs can sense evil. 🙂

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20 minutes ago, jonnit said:

Some pellet guns are powerful enough to put a dog away and with a scope would present little danger on the beach.

I would love a pellet gun. There's a pack of 20+ that roam our streets. I was almost attacked by 6-8 of them one night. I made sure not to show any emotions as they can sense fear... chills went up my spine but I stayed calm. Nothing seems to be done about them... they bark like hell in the middle of the night. I wish the city could contract a couple of dog catchers a couple times a year to reduce the numbers. 

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