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Dog attack in Chonburi housing estate – neighbor refuses to take responsibility

 

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CHONBURI/PATTAYA: -- A neighbor is refusing to take responsibility for a dog attack claiming that he was looking after only one of the dogs in the pack. The one that did the biting was a soi dog and wasn’t his, he claimed.

 

But the woman who got a nasty bite on her leg said that all the dogs were his responsibility whether he looked after them inside his house or not, reported Thai Rath.

 

A video of the attack on “O” was posted online. The incident happened at a housing estate in the Ban Bung area of Chonburi on March 12th.

 

The poster of the clip – O’s boyfriend said it was disgraceful that the neighbor – who lives next door – would not even say sorry let alone not offer to pay for his girlfriend’s treatment. He said he intends to prosecute with the full force of the law.

 

Reporters caught up with “O” who said that she was just putting the trash out and returning to her house when she was surrounded by four dogs. She called for help from her next door neighbor, who she said looked after them all.

 

He did nothing.

 

She was bitten by one of the black dogs.

 

When she complained to him he claimed that he only looked after the white dog inside his house. Though he fed the other dogs they were soi dogs that roamed outside and were not his responsibility.

 

The matter is now in the hands of the police.

 

Source: Thai Rath

 
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Good to see people concerned for the welfare of each other !

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Posted (edited)

Same situation with my neighbor when the dog she feeds everyday attacked people walking by her house and then she claimed the dog is not hers

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Hmmmm imho looks just like a group of Soi dogs and a guy in a white Tshirt!!!

 

what happened to her stamping her foot and telling them to "bye"???

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"When she complained to him he claimed that he only looked after the white dog inside his house. Though he fed the other dogs they were soi dogs that roamed outside and were not his responsibility."

 

If he feeds them, he must take responsibility!  I'm a dog lover, but some of these soi dogs are a pain in the backside, and need putting down.  I was bitten by a soi dog 7 years ago.  The local residents denied responsibility, saying that they didn't feed them; if they weren't getting fed, they wouldn't be there!

 

 

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3 hours ago, Bangna Betty said:

Very scary to be bitten like that. I hope she heals quickly.

An interesting issue with soi dogs - many people are motivated to feed the soi dogs and feel sorry for them.  But for the rest of the time NO-ONE is taking any responsibility for them.  There is a kindly person feeding soi dogs near us and while I understand his desire to help, he should understand that by feeding them he is creating a pack of dogs and it is the local community that has to put up with the dog poo all over the place, the barking and the fighting. 

What is the solution to the soi dog problem? 

  //////lookchin ma....

 

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I remember when the city had dog catchers who took care of all these problems.   

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