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Soi Dog Foundation responds to reports of dog poisonings in Cherng Talay

By Soi Dog Foundation

 

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Given the close proximity of both reports, it is believed that there is one perpetrator responsible. Photo: Soi Dog Foundation

 

PHUKET:-- Soi Dog Foundation is working closely with Cherng Talay Police following two recent reports of deliberate dog poisonings in the area.

 

The first report came in April after a missing dog was found dead at a rubber plantation with her leg tied to a tree and food laced with rodenticide at her side. The owner, a local resident, reported that this was not the first time his dog had been poisoned. However, in the first instance, he was able to seek veterinary attention in time. It is believed that the dog was tied to the tree in the second instance to hinder her escape.

 

The second report came in early May from a foreign woman whose dog began salivating excessively after eating from a bag of chicken placed at the side of the road. The dog was rushed to a veterinary clinic where it was confirmed that the chicken was laced with pesticides. Fortunately, the dog was treated in time and survived.

 

Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/soi-dog-foundation-responds-to-reports-of-dog-poisonings-in-cherng-talay-76147.php

 

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29 minutes ago, Yinn said:

Hmmm

phuket.

Not Phuket , but Ko Kho Khao , not far from Ranong actually ...

.... " Farang country kill the dog a lot " ...

Actually , in Europe , where I came from , nobody ( or not many ) , kill dogs with poison

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2 minutes ago, Yinn said:

Som nam naa! 

If someone poison my dog, revenge must be paid. 

I think the same , but revenge is a dish that has to be served cold ... I can wait ...

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24 minutes ago, Yinn said:

I mean Thai Muslim. 

phuket have many. The south have many. They famous for poison the dog. Have a look the Muslim village. 

 

Not racist. True. Farang country kill the dog a lot. Thai Muslim kill the dog a lot.

Thai Buddhist not like kill the dog. For what?

Please explain why thats not racist? It is the epitome of racism. A Thai is a Thai no matter what religion. 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, Logosone said:

Exactly. This problem could be so easily solved, in Europe dogcatchers are paid to catch lose dogs. That way the public is safe.

 

Dogs are known to suffer from rabies. They have also been infected with Covid19 and can most likely spread it. If the Thai government were serious about the welfare of its people lose dogs would be caught.

More German people have covid than Thai dog. 

 

Should we catch and German people?

 

11 minutes ago, Logosone said:

 

Easily done, creates jobs for Thais. But as usual, do nothing is easier. Always do nothing. It's the Thai way.

Live and let live.

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6 minutes ago, Yinn said:

Think if you ask the dog want to die or go free, the dog will not say kill me.

i never have problem with soi dog. 27 years. No problem.

This is the Thai view at least of many people here. Let the dogs do what they want. I once got bitten by one in the middle of Pattaya. I got threatened by dogs here many times. I hear already the dog lovers - for sure it was you fault and whatever to justify the freedom of dogs. These people are not better than the dogs. They don't care about the health of other people. I can't imagine that this can be justified with any idea of Buddhism. 

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