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Pattaya: Another little girl savaged by soi dog: "Do something" mum pleads - they're breeding fast

 

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Nong Prue municipality official Wanchai Saenngam went to Soi Patanakan 15 to meet a distraught mother. 

 

Patcharin, 32, was cradling her four year old daughter Rawadee who had seven stitches.

 

The mother said that she was taking her little one to her K1 class when a soi dog ran up and attacked her cheek.

 

There was a lot of blood in the vicious attack. 

 

She implored the official to get rid of an ever increasing pack of dogs in the area. 

 

Wanchai said he would act fast. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

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Acting fast will probably be rounding up a few- and dumping them somewhere else, seems to be the norm here. Any dog attacking a human should be immediately put down, no question.

Thailand needs to change.  All dogs need  shots and collars with collars on and  tags of proof.   No free roaming dogs allowed.  Kill all these wild ones now. 

There is a very simple nation-wide solution to this nation-wide problem.   Cull all stray dogs and any dog which is not restrained on someones property with clear identification tags. 

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This is the second recent reported incidence on TV.

My village area seems to have more dogs than several months back. Is this repeated in many places?

Worrying...

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14 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

Is this repeated in many places?

There seems to be a few more round my area since the Wuflu debacle started , I think quite a few may have  been left behind after the "owner"  lost their jobs and went home  to the "sticks"

 

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2 minutes ago, Orton Rd said:

Few weeks ago at night I counted 21 hanging about at the entrance to our moo bahan, imagine trying to go for a walk past them!

It's the final nail in Thailand's coffin for me.The dogs spoil the experience,knowing that there will be even more will definitely mean I won't be back.

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Almost all Thai want haddle this problem, and nobody has any issue to kill soi dogs!

Buddhism or not, problem is its agains law to kill those ! So chance the law!

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54 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

Is this repeated in many places?

From the end of beach road in Na Jomtien, starting after Pu Pen until the Police Station and going up Soi 4 to Sukhumvit, the whole area is extremely populated by Soi dogs. This at least provoked a test of our cars ABS (works !) to avoid collision with a suicidal one once in the evening.

 

They linger around in front of Family Marts, 7/11s and nobody seems to care. I am actually sorry for these animals but feel at the same time that this is a situation that cannot be left as is.

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