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    Man seriously injured after his pitbull attacks him in the Pattaya area

    A man has sustained serious injuries after being attacked by his own pet dog, a pitbull, in Banglamung this morning.


    Rescue workers were notified of the incident today at a house near the Soi Banglamung Temple just before dawn.


    They and The Pattaya News arrived at the scene to find Mr. Wisit Sanguan, 56. He had sustained severe injuries and bite wounds were found on his neck. He was also bleeding heavily from his wounds. He was rushed to a local hospital for medical assistance.

    Mrs. Wanpen Kumkong, 56, who is Mr Wisit’s wife told The Pattaya News, “We raised the pitbull, named ‘Giant’ since it was three months old. Giant is now two years old.”


    “Mr. Wisit and Giant were sleeping for about one hour when my son saw the dog attacked him while he was sleeping. It took about half an hour to rescue Mr. Wisit from the dog who was aggressively stopping others from approaching my injured husband.” Wanpen added.


    The dog continued to be aggressive and threaten rescue workers and family of the victim and members of a local pitbull club were called to assist around 10:30 A.M. this morning.


    Mr. Suksa Kasetnak who is a member of th Chonburi Pitbull Club told The Pattaya News “Officers from the livestock office gave anesthetics to cause the dog to go to sleep and chained the dog before cleaning the blood from the area.”

    “The dog will be later taken care of by the pitbull club, as the owners have said they no longer want the dog.” Suksa added.

    Man seriously injured after his pitbull attacks him in the Pattaya area - The Pattaya News

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    hard to feel sorry for pitbull owners that get injured by their "pets"

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    Let's see the dog.

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    Mr. Suksa Kasetnak who is a member of th Chonburi Pitbull Club told The Pattaya News “Officers from the livestock office gave anesthetics to cause the dog to go to sleep and chained the dog before cleaning the blood from the area.”


    pitbull owners often seem to look like their dogs so it is hard to tell which one is the dog.

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    Man's best friend. Dogs like this need a last supper. A piece of chicken laced with rat poison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    Rescue workers were notified of the incident today at a house near the Soi Banglamung Temple just before dawn.


    They and The Pattaya News arrived at the scene
    like ambulance chasing lawyers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crestofawave View Post
    Dogs like this need a last supper. A piece of chicken laced with rat poison.
    First person to receive a face transplant from a dog attack was a French woman and the dog was a Golden Labrador. Go figure.

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    Pitbulls have the mind of a jilted Thai teenager at times...

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    The dog continued to be aggressive and threaten rescue workers and family of the victim
    At this point a bullet to the head would have been appropriate.

    These monsters aren't allowed in many Canadian cities, and rightly so.

    Good thing the creature didn't go after one of the children otherwise this would have been a far more serious incident.
    Last edited by russellsimpson; 16-04-2021 at 01:24 AM.

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    You'll never get a definitive answer.


    Top 10 dangerous dogs in the world that can kill a human

    • Great Dane.
    • Doberman Pinscher.
    • Caucasian Shepherd.
    • Perro De Presa Canario.
    • Alaskan Malamute.
    • German Shepherd.
    • Bullmastiff.
    • Wolf Hybrid.


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    Quote Originally Posted by russellsimpson View Post
    So who amoung our austere membership will be the first to say it was the dogs fault rather the owners ?
    You by the looks, Russ. But as usual you've made a dog's breakfast of it

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    Do I take it Pragmatic owns a Pitbull?

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    “The dog will be later taken care of
    I hope that was said in a Sicilian accent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    You by the looks, Russ. But as usual you've made a dog's breakfast of it
    Some dog!
    Some breakfast!


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    Quote Originally Posted by russellsimpson View Post
    At this point a bullet to the head would have been appropriate.
    Buddhists

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    'Buddhists believe that as part of the samsara life and death cycle, dogs and cats – as well as elephants and horses – can potentially be reincarnated as humans."




    One must see this from the perspective of an individual moving the dog along on his samsaric cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    First person to receive a face transplant from a dog attack was a French woman and the dog was a Golden Labrador. Go figure.
    The Frenchwoman who underwent the world's first face transplant sustained her original injuries when her labrador tried to rouse her from a pill-induced sleep.

    "She had taken pills, she was unconscious," the daughter said of the incident that led to her mother's injuries."When the dog realised that, it tried to wake her. After that we don't know what happened with the dog, whether it bit or clawed her, but it managed to pull her awake," she said. "In a way, it was lucky for her that the dog was there."

    Pet dog mauled face-transplant patient to rouse her from sleep | UK news | The Guardian

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    Pit bulls are the ugliest fucks. If some pit bull ever attacked me, I'd beat the living fuck out of the owner on the spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    You by the looks, Russ. But as usual you've made a dog's breakfast of it
    And you've managed to be an arsehole like usual

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    Pit bulls are the ugliest fucks. If some pit bull ever attacked me, I'd beat the living fuck out of the owner on the spot.
    The image I have of you trying to throw some wet lettuce while a dog's jaws are firmly locked on your jugular is quite hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    “The dog will be later taken care of


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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    Do I take it Pragmatic owns a Pitbull?


    If so it doubtless fits in well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel View Post
    dog's jaws are firmly locked on
    Dogs jaws do not lock, irrespective of breed.

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    Dangerous dogs, as indeed is any animal of a size sporting strong jaws and rows of teeth.

    In the UK these pit bull mongrel breeds are mainly kept as pets by lower class dross, criminals storing money and valuables in their skanky estate slums and drug dealers fearing competitors.

    Or bullies lacking any moral fibre who wish to intimidate others they fear.

    The English untermensch love them.

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    Any comment, PAG?

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