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That is a laughable comment, dogs are abandoned here almost daily, nothing is ever done to the owners, except of course if they expats.

Embarrassed that an Irish guy did this. I can sort of understand why Thais do it, most have no idea how to handle a dog (or, indeed, most aspects of life), but I'd expect more of a fellow Irishman.

Because Thais care so much about their animals right ? ... give me a break...

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10 hours ago, webfact said:

As well as being a cruel and despicable act, abandoning a dog is also illegal in Thailand.

As so many other things are and over-looked in Thailand.

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11 hours ago, colinneil said:

That is a laughable comment, dogs are abandoned here almost daily, nothing is ever done to the owners, except of course if they expats.

 

That's because dogs are not owned here. They appear to stay and the householders feed them out of the goodness of their hearts. As they are not owned, or family pets, they cannot be abandoned. They just leave of their own accord.

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10 minutes ago, Scott Tracy said:

 

That's because dogs are not owned here. They appear to stay and the householders feed them out of the goodness of their hearts. As they are not owned, or family pets, they cannot be abandoned. They just leave of their own accord.

Wow.  Talk about being an apologist for Thais who "feed them out of the goodness of their hearts" until they get tired of doing so.  "Thai who care for dogs aren't owners!"

Really. 

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 Phuket Ex pat got more than he bargained for when he took the decision to abandon his pet dog ‘Jonney Cash’ in a heavy storm on the road outside Soi Dog Foundation’s shelter. 

 

This person is soooooooooo dumb, they can't even spell "Johnny Cash" correctly. 🤭

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Call time on stray dogs now.  They are a dirty menace. Thailand is backward on this issue. Children getting bitten daily by soi dogs  ! <deleted> and <deleted> all over the place in parks and recreation areas.

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The way I see it, if it wasn't for farangs there would be an even bigger problem with stray dogs, common knowledge that Thai's dump their dogs down at the temple one near me has packs of dogs roaming around.

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5 hours ago, Postmaster said:

Call time on stray dogs now.  They are a dirty menace. Thailand is backward on this issue. Children getting bitten daily by soi dogs  ! <deleted> and <deleted> all over the place in parks and recreation areas.

Our local orbortor now bans people from taking their dogs down the beach, but does <deleted> all about all rabid wild dogs running around down the beach

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