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On 7/22/2020 at 9:16 AM, FarangSerbia said:

The attacking dog is fed by a neighbor on the street, who will naturally deny it's her dog. 

If a dog causes problems , no Thai will open up to owning it. You kill it, they will will be fighting each other to say its theirs for compensation

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The dog did not choose to be a stray and deserves more compassion than is shown by many posters here. Why does the woman feed the dog? Because she owned it as a pup then put it on the street when it was no longer cute and lovable? Or because she feels she will gain merit by feeding it? Suggestions of befriending the dog are morally far more acceptable than rat poison or sticks with nails. I fully understand the dog owner's concern for his two small dogs and he should be able to enjoy a walk with them without feeling harassed. But unfortunately this a country that makes no attempt to control the dog and cat population through neutering programs, as a result of which dogs are forced to fend for themselves in the streets. It's a dilemma and I hope the owner can find a solution that doesn't involve cruelty and suffering for the unfortunate stray.

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Try normal store-bought vinegar in a hand pump spray bottle. The blindness is only temporary 😃

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15 minutes ago, NotYourBusiness said:

Try normal store-bought vinegar in a hand pump spray bottle. The blindness is only temporary 😃

You’re sick

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Bamboo stick worked for me. Smacked one dog over the nose. Was not keen to attack me after that. Also light and easy to carry.

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On 7/22/2020 at 5:21 PM, Samui875 said:

I walk everyday with my dog, an around here where i walk are a lots

of "free" running dogs. I have a bigger dog (bangkaew), but hes still young around 8 months.

They come always in a pack 5-7 dogs barking and want/trying to attack. At the begin

i start defending like shout at them and raise my hand, that worked well because they back off.

But its to stressful for me everytime when i walk to be prepared for a fight.

 

What worked for me:

 

Its super easy, I took 2-3 hands of normal dogfood in my pocket, if they come barking and agressive. I dont care and keep cool, i take a hand off dogfood and throw it around to them

like I would feed some birds. At the begin they was surprised "what is this, whats going on?"

But the first one starts to eat the others follow, they totaly ignor me and my dog.

(I guess they dont get enough food anyway from the "owner").

 

I did this for about 1 week (day number 2-4 they still barking but you will notice the difference, the agressive behavior will go down), now when i come around the corner with my dog, they waiting already quiet and patiently and waiting for some little dogfood.

No barking, agressive attacks or anything else. Even sometimes i forget to take something,

they dont care and be nice, they hope for the next day 😄

 

Hope this will help you, have a good day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Best advice ever works 100% . Dogs aren't born agressive they became like that because of rock throwing children(or adults) stick slinging people . Just be patient with them and don't show you are scared buy some sausages at 7/11 or family or bring some dog food and they will soon love you and never forget you . Those brainless replies of poison and sticks with nails or whatever crazy solution they come up with , Maybe should try this on you people when you come home drunk and make to much noise or when i just don't like your face or attitude . 

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They have territories and they protect it and the dogs see it as you have invaded it by shifting there with your dogs. There a frigging pain in the <deleted>. I bought a sensor water sprinkler to keep the cats away, may be try one and set it up on ya fence facing down near your gate or something like that.

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A quick bang on the snout with a walking stick will work. At worst it will attack the stick which is no problem. A pepper spray works wonders if nothing else does. They learn v quickly. Soi dogs don't like dogs on leads

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You'll just have to bite the soi dog - that'll teach it.

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1 hour ago, Inepto Cracy said:

I would just like these dogs to reincarnate again, into something like a centipede.

I should hope not. Those damn big a$$ centipedes are more frightening and dangerous than most dogs. At least you can see and hear the dogs.

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On 7/22/2020 at 3:42 PM, AndyAndyAndy said:

60 000 000 Thais and not single of them has a problem with local dogs. 

 

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What would a thai do? Took a stick, smashed the dog over the head. Throw a rock at it.

Do they have a problem with the dogs or not ? 🙂

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