Page 31 of 33 FirstFirst ... 212324252627282930313233 LastLast
Results 751 to 775 of 819

Thread: Anna the dog

  1. #751
    Thailand Expat
    Buckaroo Banzai's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Last Online
    Today @ 08:28 AM
    Location
    My couch
    Posts
    2,795
    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^ Thanks BB... it gives me something to do, and hopefully people will see what good pets these 'street dogs' can make if given a chance.
    All of our dogs are, and have always been rescue dogs, and you are right they make great companions.
    With so many dogs needing a home it's a crime IMO to go buying a dog from a breeder.
    This picture is a couple of years old now , but the only one I can fid right now with all four in it.
    Anna the dog-dogs-123-jpg
    The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.

  2. #752
    Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Last Online
    25-09-2021 @ 12:22 PM
    Posts
    923
    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Bloody animal cruelty it is!
    You if anyone should know what he is going through and he can not even pull one off.
    I am not so sure about that, he can lick his dick which I can't do, so I think I am probably more envious of him than the other way around.

  3. #753
    Thailand Expat
    Mendip's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2019
    Last Online
    Today @ 08:28 AM
    Location
    Korat
    Posts
    5,353
    Quote Originally Posted by ootai View Post
    I am not so sure about that, he can lick his dick which I can't do...
    Mate, you can.

    Next time you come round I can sort this out for you, no problem!

  4. #754
    Thailand Expat Saint Willy's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2019
    Last Online
    Today @ 08:27 AM
    Posts
    9,967
    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    I am not so sure about that, he can lick his dick which I can't do...
    Mate, you can.

    Next time you come round I can sort this out for you, no problem!
    Taking this thread to a new level...

  5. #755
    Thailand Expat helge's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2008
    Last Online
    @
    Posts
    7,206


    I know what you mean, ootai

  6. #756
    Member
    tunk's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2015
    Last Online
    Yesterday @ 02:55 PM
    Posts
    388
    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    All of our dogs are, and have always been rescue dogs, and you are right they make great companions.
    With so many dogs needing a home it's a crime IMO to go buying a dog from a breeder.
    This picture is a couple of years old now , but the only one I can fid right now with all four in it.
    Anna the dog-dogs-123-jpg
    Totally agree with you Buck. So many starving puppies on the street, why would you go buy a dog from a breeder? Today on my morning rounds I will take pics. These are dogs I feed everyday, rain or shine. Because I like to eat everyday, I think dogs are probably the same, they like to eat everyday.

  7. #757
    Thailand Expat
    Buckaroo Banzai's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Last Online
    Today @ 08:28 AM
    Location
    My couch
    Posts
    2,795
    Quote Originally Posted by tunk View Post
    Totally agree with you Buck. So many starving puppies on the street, why would you go buy a dog from a breeder? Today on my morning rounds I will take pics. These are dogs I feed everyday, rain or shine. Because I like to eat everyday, I think dogs are probably the same, they like to eat everyday.
    Wife does the same. There is always a big bag of dogfood in the back of the car. Thailand really needs to create a program to spay and neuter street dogs.

  8. #758
    Member
    tunk's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2015
    Last Online
    Yesterday @ 02:55 PM
    Posts
    388
    This is Ted waiting to see if I am going to share, and Tony trying to chew the band-aid off my toe.Anna the dog-dscf0622-jpg

  9. #759
    Member
    tunk's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2015
    Last Online
    Yesterday @ 02:55 PM
    Posts
    388
    My dogs are fat and healthy and when I leave my house and see starving dogs on the street, I think I should share. Anna the dog-dscf0815-jpgThis is my first stop in the morning, I feed 5 dogs here. These are not homeless dogs, this is a dog rescue. This man is a good man, the Thai people know it so they dump pups in front of his house. He told me he can not afford to feed them much, so I make a donation everyday. You can see how close he lives to the road, a lot of pups don't last long.

  10. #760
    Member
    tunk's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2015
    Last Online
    Yesterday @ 02:55 PM
    Posts
    388
    My next stop has 6 dogs, these are the trash dogs, they live off the trash pile. I have been feeding them for over a year and they are the only dogs that have never warmed up to me. The one in the front is female. About a year ago I knew she had a litter of pups so I started feeding her, since then she has dropped another litter.Anna the dog-dscf0818-jpg

  11. #761
    Member
    tunk's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2015
    Last Online
    Yesterday @ 02:55 PM
    Posts
    388
    My next stop has 5 dogs. The red dog Bau, I had her spayed. She was dumped at about 8 weeks old and I found her right away and have been taking care of her since. Keep her from having pups and her life will be much better. Life on the street is tough and when they have a litter it must be very tough. TheAnna the dog-dscf0827-jpgAnna the dog-dscf0826-jpg grey pup Ash looks really bad, but you should have seen her when I found her. I swear she was only a few days from death, she was a walking skeleton. She hung out in front of somebodies house but they would not feed her. A few weeks later I see these people went and bought a chihuahua. How could you let a pup like this starve and then go buy a dog? I think if she was well cared for she would be beautiful. When she is older I will get her spayed.

  12. #762
    Member
    tunk's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2015
    Last Online
    Yesterday @ 02:55 PM
    Posts
    388
    Anna the dog-dscf0732-jpgMy last regular stop is brown dog under the bridge, I've been taking care of him for 2 years. He will get hurt someday because he chases trucks and scooters, he is like a bridge troll. There is nothing I can do, it's hard enough to train your own dog, I can not train a street dog.

  13. #763
    Member
    tunk's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2015
    Last Online
    Yesterday @ 02:55 PM
    Posts
    388
    I have to mention Max, can't find his pic right now. I've been taking care of Max for 5 years. I used to go into the city everyday just to feed Max. Then he got lucky, he found a noodle shop that takes care of him. They feed him good but of course they do not scratch his belly or treat his ticks and fleas. So every Sunday I go to the city to brush him, scratch his belly and treat him for ticks and fleas. Like Buck said Thailand needs a spay and neuter program for street dogs, but that will never happen in our lifetime. Maybe in certain areas like Phuket, but never nationwide. We falang need to set an example, show we have a heart and help ease their suffering.

  14. #764
    Thailand Expat
    Mendip's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2019
    Last Online
    Today @ 08:28 AM
    Location
    Korat
    Posts
    5,353
    Fantastic stuff Tunk. I'm currently feeding around fourteen homeless street dogs, plus one old lady neighbour's dog (which we have fed for around eight years) and our six.

    Some of the females have been speyed, but some are impossible to catch... or wouldn't be safe to try and handle. As you say, once neutered their lives become a lot easier and the risk of disease and general gynaecological problems are vastly reduced. Not to mention fewer unwanted puppies.

    The problem I find is, once I start feeding a dog it becomes a commitment... I can't just stop. Sometimes I wish I was a bit harder.

    Anyway, while on the topic... this was Maya this morning...

    Yes... sans Yogi and Tommy! We've had two quiet nights and Maya no longer holds the boys in the palm of her paws.



    Tommy came out and sniffed the floor...



    And Yogi visibly snubbed the poor girl. He's despicable... only interested in one thing.



    In fact Yogi seemed more interested in his old flame Coco this morning...



    So all this nonsense only meant one thing... Maya's season was over and it was time for a visit to the vet.

    It has to be done, but I always feel bit sorry for the girl when she gets neutered. It feels a bit like playing God and denies them the chance of motherhood forever. But it has to be done for the greater good and how can I justify having a bitch producing puppies at home when I spend half my time trying to find homes for unwanted street puppies.

    I still felt sorry for Maya today however, and will forever wonder what a litter sired by Yogi would have looked like.

    We dropped her off at the vet late morning and a few hours later picked her up and brought her home...

    The pack had missed her and came out to welcome her home.



    She was feeling very sorry for herself.



    Yogi found time for a quiet word... maybe lamenting what could have been...



    Poor Maya... she'll spend the night inside tonight and hopefully will feel better in the morning.


  15. #765
    Thailand Expat Saint Willy's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2019
    Last Online
    Today @ 08:27 AM
    Posts
    9,967
    jeeeeze, she looks miserable. but the right thing to do!

  16. #766
    Thailand Expat
    Mendip's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2019
    Last Online
    Today @ 08:28 AM
    Location
    Korat
    Posts
    5,353
    ^ Yeah, Maya's been a bit glum tonight but she's only a few hours out of a general anaesthetic and minus some pretty fundamental women's bits. Her hormones must be going haywire.

    Imagine if you woke up from a general minus yer bollocks... it would be a miserable feeling.

    These guys bounce back fast... guaranteed in a couple of days she'll be trying to rip the collar off and howling to play with Coco.

    But for tonight she's sleeping upstairs in our bedroom where I can keep an eye on her.


  17. #767
    A Cockless Wonder
    Looper's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Last Online
    Today @ 12:45 AM
    Posts
    13,381
    ^Hope Maya is feeling better tomorrow after her ordeal Mendip.

    Quote Originally Posted by tunk View Post
    Tony trying to chew the band-aid off my toe.
    Praise be all the saints it is a Teakdoor miracle!

    Anna the dog-miracle2-jpg




    Anna the dog-jesus-jpg


    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    You if anyone should know what he is going through and he can not even pull one off.
    A philosophical conundrum that has puzzled teakdoor's finest minds down the ages

    If evolution is real, why don't dogs have hands?

  18. #768
    Nine
    hallelujah's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Last Online
    Today @ 04:04 AM
    Posts
    6,758
    Quote Originally Posted by tunk View Post
    My dogs are fat and healthy and when I leave my house and see starving dogs on the street, I think I should share. Anna the dog-dscf0815-jpgThis is my first stop in the morning, I feed 5 dogs here. These are not homeless dogs, this is a dog rescue. This man is a good man, the Thai people know it so they dump pups in front of his house. He told me he can not afford to feed them much, so I make a donation everyday. You can see how close he lives to the road, a lot of pups don't last long.
    Did he get dressed in the dark?

  19. #769
    Thailand Expat helge's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2008
    Last Online
    @
    Posts
    7,206
    Yellow and red sucks

    But he is nice to dogs

    All forgiven

  20. #770
    Thailand Expat

    Join Date
    Jul 2018
    Last Online
    Today @ 08:19 AM
    Location
    nakhon ratchasima
    Posts
    1,889
    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^ Yeah, Maya's been a bit glum tonight but she's only a few hours out of a general anaesthetic and minus some pretty fundamental women's bits. Her hormones must be going haywire.

    Imagine if you woke up from a general minus yer bollocks... it would be a miserable feeling.

    These guys bounce back fast... guaranteed in a couple of days she'll be trying to rip the collar off and howling to play with Coco.

    But for tonight she's sleeping upstairs in our bedroom where I can keep an eye on her.

    make sure you have plenty of wet wipes for [the anal sac experiance]the wife should be able to handle it.google will help.

  21. #771
    Nine
    hallelujah's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Last Online
    Today @ 04:04 AM
    Posts
    6,758
    One hell of a beautiful looking dog is Maya.

  22. #772
    Thailand Expat
    Mendip's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2019
    Last Online
    Today @ 08:28 AM
    Location
    Korat
    Posts
    5,353
    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Yellow and red sucks
    It's 'socks' not 'sucks', but admittedly it's rare a Scandinavian needs their English correcting!


    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    One hell of a beautiful looking dog is Maya.
    Yeah thanks Hal, Maya is a little cutie. Or a big cutie now... she's over 20 kilos and our biggest dog, with maybe another eight months of growing to go.

    I've been letting Maya inside at night while she's recovering from the op and still segregated from the others. We've been having heavy nighttime rain and it seems unfair to leave her outside while the rest sleep in the workshop.

    She loves to sit next to the daughter. They are great pals.



    And Yogi's a beautiful looking dog as well in his way... beauty comes from within!


  23. #773
    Thailand Expat helge's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2008
    Last Online
    @
    Posts
    7,206
    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    It's 'socks' not 'sucks', but admittedly it's rare a Scandinavian needs their English correcting!
    Don't ruin my poor jokes

    But then again:
    Having observed your choice of wardrobe , you'd hardly be aware that 'yellow and red sucks' (put together).

    You are forgiven

  24. #774
    Thailand Expat Saint Willy's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2019
    Last Online
    Today @ 08:27 AM
    Posts
    9,967
    Rules for Wearing Red and Yellow.

    The yellow should be more of a French's mustard yellow than traditional mustard which had more brown undertones. When the red and yellow have the same color saturation values, they play nicely together – meaning, a pastel yellow looks better with a pink than a bold red.3 Jun 2019

  25. #775
    Nine
    hallelujah's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Last Online
    Today @ 04:04 AM
    Posts
    6,758
    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Don't ruin my poor jokes

    But then again:
    Having observed your choice of wardrobe , you'd hardly be aware that 'yellow and red sucks' (put together).

    You are forgiven
    You've got no room to talk, you bumbag-wearing, white sock and sandles behooved Scandihooligan.

    Anna the dog-socks-sandals2-jpg


Page 31 of 33 FirstFirst ... 212324252627282930313233 LastLast

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •