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


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27 minutes ago, transam said:

OOOOOOO KKKKKKK, you win, 🤔...................😬

QED - the object of an argument is to make progress not to "win" you haven't even got that element.

These are not "insults", they are observations based on your postings. You are being "offended" by your own comments

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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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On 10/7/2020 at 1:24 PM, bodga said:

what a waste of  time, just  kill  them then the idiots  that feed  them

And the idiots who put them on the street

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Thai folk all like dogs, usually for security purposes, they make a noise. But, many let them out on the streets to cr_p and rummage around. I reckon many don't return, the packs I have seen roaming, some have collars..... 

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On 10/6/2020 at 10:08 PM, darksidedog said:

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 term solution, but that only occurs in meaninglessly small numbers. This is a story set to repeat itself again and again.

The Thai attitude is simple, if you injure the dog, its theirs and they demand compensation. If the dog injures another, then its a stray.

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Thailand has several known health and safety issues, like any country.

Not MUCH is usually done, until a  flu appears from China.

Then it's a superhuman response, close the country

suffocate a large segment of the economy plunging a

few million into instant poverty. Is this starving out the soi dogs too?

 

 

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^^^ Well spotted. Of course, the dog issue, road deaths, homicides etc etc are the norm and thus 'tolerated'/overlooked. The relatively benign covid - well it doesn't affect Thais by all accounts since loads of Chinese came in and hardly anyone got hurt - response is all about face.

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9 hours ago, Captain Monday said:

Thailand has several known health and safety issues, like any country.

Not MUCH is usually done, until a  flu appears from China.

Then it's a superhuman response, close the country

suffocate a large segment of the economy plunging a

few million into instant poverty. Is this starving out the soi dogs too?

 

 

Yes, and it makes the crocodiles happy. 

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