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9 hours ago, Leaver said:

It will probably get to that point.  Just wondering, what would be the charge, and sentence, for farang killing a soi dog?  Anyone know of any precedent for this?  For sure there will be extortion money to pay.  

 

I seem to remember some drug crazed farang stabbing or beating a dog some time ago.  Don't know what happened to him.  

Which is the only kind of person who would do harm to an innocent (assumed) dog. Killing them will never be done. Putting down a vicious dog is responsible. Anyone who approves of killing just any dog isn't human anyway. The only way to reduce the population, meaning here especially with the locals attitude of not harming them, is spay and neuter programs like the US has, very low cost and the government might spend a little money on something that benefits them and not their pockets.

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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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9 minutes ago, fredwiggy said:

The only way to reduce the population, meaning here especially with the locals attitude of not harming them, is spay and neuter programs

The problem is they do half a job here. I've told them to get on a motorbike and go a round Pratumnak to see where the 200+ dogs are, but they are too lazy they want street names of which many have no name, end result they do half a job so problem continues 

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9 hours ago, Leaver said:

It will probably get to that point.  Just wondering, what would be the charge, and sentence, for farang killing a soi dog?  Anyone know of any precedent for this?  For sure there will be extortion money to pay.  

 

I seem to remember some drug crazed farang stabbing or beating a dog some time ago.  Don't know what happened to him.  

The fuss over such incidents I recall was far more than that of a dog or two attacking children.

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18 hours ago, Average man said:

The mayor should have fixed this problem in stead of 100 million on Bali hai  . Thai people and children have to fend for themselves . It’s the Thai way thing . I am a foriener but I feel sorry for Thai people 

Most of the dogs on the street have been put there by Thai people

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17 hours ago, jacko45k said:

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...

The third incident i have heard of, but why do all of  these incidents involve only kids,, no adults 

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1 hour ago, scubascuba3 said:

The problem is they do half a job here.

You mean they only chop one of its bo11ocks off?   LOL

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16 hours 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!

I walk  5 km plus every morning  before sunrise, walking through packs of dogs and  have never had a problem with any dog, you dont disturb them, they dont distub you ..

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2 hours ago, fredwiggy said:

Which is the only kind of person who would do harm to an innocent (assumed) dog. Killing them will never be done. Putting down a vicious dog is responsible. Anyone who approves of killing just any dog isn't human anyway. The only way to reduce the population, meaning here especially with the locals attitude of not harming them, is spay and neuter programs like the US has, very low cost and the government might spend a little money on something that benefits them and not their pockets.

Soi dogs are not innocent they are pests and need to be dealt with, sterilization does not stop them being pests and only slows the population boom slightly. The soi dog foundation claims to have sterilized 470k dogs in the past 16 years, if that is true it obviously has not worked. I take it you are a meat eater and approve of killing other animals, it's just diseased pests that you think it's inhuman to kill then.

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17 hours ago, Elkski said:

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. 

I think they're planning to test that on incoming tourists first and if it works then onto dogs 🤣

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Problem for us a few years ago a old lady had 2 dogs then died and rather than in most countries where they would put the dogs to sleep they felt sorry for them and let them roam free.

 

Now fast forward 4 years we have maybe 20 dogs roaming free barking at all hours ,chasing people on bikes that they dont know.

 

Problem is lots of the houses feed them and one women has set up a big bath with fresh water every day which the skanky mongrels love.

she looks so proud of herself while feeding all the dogs and other neighbors are trying not to lose face and its a big competition now.

 

Maybe i am overreacting and should just import some fine Australian beef and host a bbq at the weekend ?

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19 hours ago, Orton Rd said:

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.

May I add something to your last sentence? Yes, but only if severely provoked, but I am not saying that is the case here, the little girl would not be able to provoke the dog to make it attack her like that, and the dog responsible should be put down.

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Are senators, MP's, Army generals or their families affected by this?.....NO.......so don't think for one minute anything will be done......but to be fair, 99% of the Thai population don't seem to care either......you reap what you sow.

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10 hours ago, IAMHERE said:

Nothing will be done, these savage dog attacks don't happen on military bases, don't happen to HiSo children. Not seen as a problem by those in charge. 

Yes, just like all these daily road fatalities, they don't do anything about that, so why bother about the soi dogs?

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