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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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6 minutes ago, richard_smith237 said:

Sort the dog problem out, sort the road deaths problem out, sort the scams & the cheating out...   come on Thailand, you have a beautiful country with beautiful people, but come on.... start giving a $h!t, for your own good. 

Agreed....well stated....And fix the immigration....this place could be so much better. 

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Things have sadly changed at Pine bungalow, I stayed there many times from '94 until they concreted the place and the dogs were always great, well except Diamond bless him. I stayed a number of times for three months or more and became alpha dog, the only people they ever chased were in Muslim garb no doubt brought on by the prawn farmer who often attacked them and even poisened some. So sad to see one of my past favourite haunts in the news for such a thing. RIP Thailand.

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It's the same down under..... nothing is done until someone gets hurt.

Even then, requests to change the laws regarding this kind of thing falls on deaf ears.

 

As far as I can make out, most is down to the fact that what used to be accepted as "common sense" has largely been dispensed with given the government workplace health and safety department no longer recognise anything as "common sense" ....no such thing according to them.

So perhaps the same thinking is slowly migrating to Thailand.

Sad thing as "common sense" was how I used to get around and survive in Thailand.

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Get rid of them! The army and the police should form a task force and eliminate majority of street dogs across the country. I feel so sorry for the kid. I’m sick of these garbage looking dog enthusiasts who waste their time and money feeding these ugly beings. Sorry for the harsh comment but as an expat I know how irritating street dogs can be. Hope the kid gets back to normal life.  

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On 1/20/2020 at 5:21 AM, Just Weird said:

Thanks but, very clearly, I don't need you to tell me whether my comment involved thinking or not!  Nothing goes unsaid when Thaivisa comments are made.

Apparently somebody needs to tell you the simple facts you missed on your way in life. I guess, when you say nothing goes unsaid regarding Thai Visa comment. You must talk about your own, that you probably have to read quiet for your self 3 times before posting just to understand them. 😂😂
 

On 1/20/2020 at 5:21 AM, Just Weird said:

 

"pulitzer price".?

How much is that, then?

 

OOh! Prize it should be. Sorry teacher. 

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On 1/20/2020 at 8:52 AM, 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.

Totally agree ! Licenced, registered, collar. No collar= impounded and  eventually .... if no claimant or adoption.

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22 hours ago, Chazar said:

yet  not so  poor  they cant feed  the  things

I think the majority do  feed  their kids !

Oh ! The dogs ! Nah !

let them  go and get under the feet of  customers in noodle shops, restaurants etc to scrounge scarps while they unload as many fleas and ticks as they can. Good  Dog !

 

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On 1/20/2020 at 8:50 AM, johng said:

They need to start terminating them all over the country.

Or keeping a dog the same as in China. Keeping a dog in china.com

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1 hour ago, Dumbastheycome said:

Totally agree ! Licenced, registered, collar. No collar= impounded and  eventually .... if no claimant or adoption.

Keeping a dog in china.com

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Poor doggies only wanted to play. For sure the incident was the farang kid's fault.

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