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Thailand's stray dogs: Rabies alert as six primary school kids savaged at breaktime

 

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Two vicious Thai breed stray dogs got into a school in Chonburi at breaktime and attacked six schoolchildren. 

 

One was bitten in the face by his right eye. 

 

Others tried to flee in terror but were bitten on the arms and legs. 

 

The dogs then escaped over a wall back out of Wat Nong Kho school in Sri Racha and attacked three villagers. 

 

The authorities fired tranquilizer darts. One brown and white dog was found unconscious in the toilets of a shop. 

 

The other was found in waste ground.

 

All the victims were taken to Queen Savang Vadhana Memorial Hospital. 

 

Daily News reported that the P2 (primary grade two) children did not provoke the animals and were buying snacks at breaktime. 

 

Other stray animals were taken away to prevent a repetition.

 

The two that were shot are being tested for rabies. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

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Here we go again, soi dogs need to be exterminated like the dangerous vermin they are, not fed bags of old rice by idiots and left for the numbers to explode into the millions. Just wait until the 'pi

there is no compassion aiding the spread of these filthy animals. thai people need to be educated and the entire soi dog population needs to be put down. 

Sadly, there is neither the money, but more importantly the will to deal with the problem. Thais because of the Buddhist attitude won't put them down, leaving mass sterilisation as the only real long

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