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Thailands Zoos and Animals The forum to tell us about your visits to the tiger temples in Kanchanaburi or the tiger zoo in Sri Racha, crocodile farms in Pattaya & Bangkok, Thai elephant kraals in Ayutthaya & Phuket, Panda bears in Chiang Mai zoo. Thailand has many zoo's and wildlife sanctuaries and quite often you can get the oppurtunity to eat crocodile eggs, or emu steaks and many other exoctic dishes, or just check out our Thai Snakes, Thai Ducks, Thai Bats, Mongoose, Hornbills, Crocodiles or Thai Freshwater Fish sections.

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Old 10-03-2017, 08:29 AM   #51 (permalink)
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They bite. Impossible to cure their instinct to bite strangers.
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^ I'm more than sure if one is raised from 2 months old in a responsible home, that probably wouldn't be the case.

They get bad following the behavior of street dogs. From a pup, socialized, they are regular dogs.
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Old 10-03-2017, 09:50 AM   #53 (permalink)
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I am good at raising animals so I would hope the dog would behave good. Any places in BKK that sells them?
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^ I'm more than sure if one is raised from 2 months old in a responsible home, that probably wouldn't be the case.
Malarky, I had mine from 6 weeks. Never ran with any street dogs. It's in their nature.
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Old 10-03-2017, 07:27 PM   #55 (permalink)
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So is there any breaders here near BKK?
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Old 10-03-2017, 07:44 PM   #56 (permalink)
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IME these dogs are more likely to bite/fight than other breeds.

IMO you'll be far better off if you adopt a soi dog or two.
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Yes I have had a Thai dog and she just passed away a few weeks ago. Really good dog for 11 years. Very smart and listened very well. Still didn't want anyone on the property at all unless she knew you. It will be hard to replace her.
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saying that a Bangeow has a natural instinct to bite is a completely dogist statement !
Its the same as saying the all Negros have a natural taste for watermelon and fried chicken !

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Has anyone bought a Bangkaew from a breeder or just has gotten one from a person with the occasional female having pups?
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^ get one from a reputable breeder and certified by whatever chosen association if you can afford it.

Inbreeding is rife in this country and puppy farms are everywhere. Apparently some can't understand how important this kind of thing is when planning on having an animal for over 10 year, and will slag an entire breed off because it's the owners themselves that are idiots.
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I was worried about that. I can imagine a lot of inbreeding. Not looking for that at all.
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not near to to bangkok, but have had bangkaews for the past 10-12 years. good dogs if they live inside high walls, mainly because they like to kill chickens/ducks ect... the only ones that we have not had this sort of proplems with have been the "black tan" ones, all the "brown tan" love to kill and half the time they dont even eat the chicken etc... we have three females that have pups every 8/10 months, either sell them whole sale to a guy in town 2,500/3,000 baht each or sell them to friends ect...
all the "grand parent dogs" came from phitsanulok road from a number of different breeders, dogs came with papers and ear number id. price of dogs was 5,000/7,500 baht each.
the dogs are good with children, never had a problem here (we have many children also) but like has been said before they do not take to strangers well, not a dog that goes straight in for the "kill" but more than likley to creep up behind them and have a nip.
have one dog that lives at the farm and is "free range" she does kill chickens ect and like to chase motor bikes, she has just had a litter 2 months ago,1st litter, we have kept 5 boys from this litter to stay at said farm, she had 9 born alive, the most i have seen born alive was 12, they only tend to have 8 teats so afew to many, most litter sizes will be around 6/8.
hope this info can be of some help.
many years ago i did hear of some very special breed of this dog going for many 100's of thousands of baht..........
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Or import one when the breed is rare.
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Farmerjohn,

Thank you for that info. I will message you.
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^sorry dont have enough posts to send a pm.
no pups for sale at the mo, if we are lucky should have some before end of the year.... if you travel to the north go to phitsanulok road ( i believe this is where this breed comes from) and ask around, loads of "farms" here, people seling dogs at side of the road ect....
you must have pet shops around you, people will have these dogs for sale closer to your home, ask around in these shops, put up some adverts on there message boards..... over the years the wife has got all her contacts in the "dog world" this way. good luck in your hunt for a decent dog.
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