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    Krabi beach stray dogs attack 4 year old boy

    A 4 year old boy was attacked on Klong Hang beach, Ao Nang, in Krabi by a pack of stray dogs. The young boy, Attachai, was with his mother, brothers and sisters, playing on the popular beach at the front of a hotel yesterday morning.


    A pack of 4 local stray dogs were lurking nearby. 2 of them ran at the young boy. As Attachai tried to run away the 2 dogs kept attacking and biting at his legs. The dogs kept biting and snapping at his legs and tried to drag him away before the hotel’s gardener came to the rescue to help the distressed mother.


    Attachai was quickly taken to hospital.

    Local rescue volunteers told 77kaoded that the attack was the first attack of its kind since 5 year old Finnish boy was attacked in February 2019.


    After last years attack, the Chief of Krabi Provincial Livestock said that 13 strays had been caught at Ao Nang Beach.


    “One of the dogs has been kept and tested for rabies. We are finding other places for these stray dogs.”

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    Makes a change from 'Pit-Bull' attacks child.

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    Regardless of the breed of dog, We all must agree that dogs are a big problem in ThaIland. I have been to other countries that had similar problems, and they successfully resolved the problem by enforcing owner responsibility to the degree that is possible, in combination with an aggressive neuter and spade .
    The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.

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    Didn't Thaksin have an anti soi dog campaign

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    in combination with an aggressive neuter and spade .
    A spade is a bit artisan. Better to use a firearm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    Didn't Thaksin have an anti soi dog campaign
    I have seen a dog grabbed and put in a van, over the last 5 or more years their numbers have been coming down.

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    Sounds like a job for the Soi Dog foundation? Isn't that what they do.

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    the only answer IS,to euthanize humanly,so they go to sleep and not wake up.this is coming from a dog lover,but these dogs are living a life of misery.as for the foundations they do a great job in careing FOR MANY ,MANY, but are overwhelmed.

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