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

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digger70    135
2 hours ago, Bob12345 said:

Interesting thing for all the hero's in previous dog-attack posts about stamping your foot, showing aggression, carrying a squirt gun with ammonia, and pretending to pick up a rock:

 

this is how a real dog attack happens...

dogs do not stand there barking for a minute to see how you respond before they slowly come closer to attack you.

In reality dogs make little sound and just take a run at you. They bite before you have a chance to do any of your ingenious dog-repellent tricks.

You're quite wrong,

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Fulwell53    330
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5 hours ago, kotsak said:

It's funny when something happens to a soi dog everyone runs to claim ownership in order to get compensated but when the opposite happens then they don't want to have anything with it..

Yes 'everyone ' always does this.

Budloads of stats to back this assertion up as well I'll bet.

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Baerboxer    19,643
1 hour ago, xerostar said:

That happened to me when I was 7 years old riding a bike, bitten by a black dog on my leg. 

Full depth puncture=wound from it's upper canine tooth, very painful.

If that was my GF who had been bitten, that dog would be "disappeared" within a short time.

 

One of our colleagues was a really short skinny old guy who biked to and from work, In one street a couple of dogs used to chase him which the owners thought funny. He got bit eventually. So his foreman cut a six inch length off a steel rod and told him to drop it on the dog's head next time it chased him. He did - whoosh! Four legs spread and flat out. It's mate legged it. Never bothered him again.

 

People need to control their dogs. If not, then dogs cannot be allowed to bite people at will.

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just.a.thought    208

I live in the city, we have pigs,goats,cats and dogs yet no pets. Walking in the streets is risky at best, dam goat got a mean temper.

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Bagwain    3
5 hours ago, Bob12345 said:

Interesting thing for all the hero's in previous dog-attack posts about stamping your foot, showing aggression, carrying a squirt gun with ammonia, and pretending to pick up a rock:

 

this is how a real dog attack happens...

dogs do not stand there barking for a minute to see how you respond before they slowly come closer to attack you.

In reality dogs make little sound and just take a run at you. They bite before you have a chance to do any of your ingenious dog-repellent tricks.

100 % Bullshit. You obviously haven't hot any real dog experience. Soi dogs will always make you know that you have ventured into their area! A silent bight is normal in a household with a <deleted> <deleted> dog!!  She is typical dog scared which they know and couldn't stand up to the alpha dog and stop the attack. End of story there! How ever they need to be culled!! I am a dog lover!!  

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Bob12345    1,567
9 minutes ago, Bagwain said:

100 % Bullshit. You obviously haven't hot any real dog experience. Soi dogs will always make you know that you have ventured into their area! A silent bight is normal in a household with a <deleted> <deleted> dog!!  She is typical dog scared which they know and couldn't stand up to the alpha dog and stop the attack. End of story there! How ever they need to be culled!! I am a dog lover!!  

I guess you must be a cow farmer because the amount of bullshit you are producing cannot come from a regular person.

Please make sure you know the difference between a dog and cat before posting again, with your "real dog experience".

LOL

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lanng khao    635
a prime example of ' it's not my dog '  ......  police should shoot them all ..

And the dogs..

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Colabamumbai    1,798

This happens daily here on our streets in Bang Bung. They bare their teeth and want to attack our leashed dog. Most have homes and owners , most owners are too lazy to take them out and let them run wild. These dogs should be picked up and disposed of by the city. Licenses for dogs should be mandatory,  100 Baht tags on collars with owners phone number and I.D. number. Dogs without owners/tags, should be dispersed to heaven immediately.

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johng    3,004

The "not owners" have already cotoned on to the dogs without collars being rounded up...they just put a collar on their "not my dog" and let it roam around as normal.

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mikebell    2,562

As a dog-hater I am disappointed with this thread.  There are very few supporters getting up on their hind legs to defend 'ownership' - perhaps the video is too graphic.  In years to come historians will detail how primitive man used to keep these disease spreading, dangerous animals in their houses.  Incredulous students will read that food was wasted on these creatures whilst millions starved round the world.  These same students might be amused to read the cost of vets' bills; doggy toys/clothes whilst the owners could not spare money for human charities.

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Keesters    1,611

Some years ago a Bangkok governor stated that if you feed a dog you own it. This was at the time of bringing in compulsory chipping.

 

He is right. Feed it and you own it.

 

Time that policy was made country-wide.

 

 

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YetAnother    1,650
On 5/18/2017 at 8:55 PM, Baerboxer said:

People need to control their dogs.

people here cannot control themselves much less their dogs

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