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Pattaya stray dog shelter needs help after Pattaya City takes over the full responsibility of running the shelter


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By Goong Nang(GN)

 

Pattaya – The Pattaya City Deputy Mayor visited a stray dog shelter in the Pong sub-district, Banglamung where there are not enough roofs for the 600 stray dogs that stay at the shelter.

 

Additionally, Pattaya City will not catch any more stray dogs unless the dog in question is aggressive and attacks people, but will sterilize them instead as a general policy according to the Deputy Mayor.

 

The Pattaya City Deputy Mayor Manot Nongyai yesterday (June 23rd) visited the dog shelter in Ban Klongyai in Pong. More than 600 stray dogs stay at the shelter, many of them described as previously having reported incidents of aggression or being a nuisance, and were caught and brought to the shelter as a result, according to Manot.

 

Mr. Manot told Pattaya News Reporters “The Sanguanchart Sornkrai Foundation used to take care of the dog shelter with a partnership between Pattaya City for many years.”

 

Full story: https://thepattayanews.com/2021/06/24/pattaya-stray-dog-shelter-needs-help-after-pattaya-city-takes-over-the-full-responsibility-of-running-the-shelter/

 

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Many countries after a period of time euthanize dogs that are not adopted or are vicious. So sorry, I love most dogs but at some point they really need to start euthanizing them. 

Soi dogs do not need a shelter, they need destroying

Sure that will be small comfort for children and adults after they have been mauled by them.    

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2 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

Sure that will be small comfort for children and adults after they have been mauled by them.

 

 

And who might pay for their rabies shots?

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

Pattaya – The Pattaya City Deputy Mayor visited a stray dog shelter in the Pong sub-district, Banglamung where there are not enough roofs for the 600 stray dogs that stay at the shelter.

plenty of vacant hotel rooms lol

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31 minutes ago, morrobay said:

The real problem are all these people that feed them: Idiots compassion.

 

Buddhism ?

Reincarnation?

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1 minute ago, IvorBiggun2 said:

Buddha says you can't kill an animal unless you then eat it. Bring back eating dog was allowed. 

Well in that case take them to temple and let Buddha take care

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Just now, Boedog said:
2 minutes ago, IvorBiggun2 said:

Buddha says you can't kill an animal unless you then eat it. Bring back eating dog was allowed. 

Well in that case take them to temple and let Buddha take care of them

Please read my previous posts. Thais already do take their unwanted dogs to the temples.

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The Pattaya Soi Dog Sterilization Project has sterilized 7,000 street dogs in the last 3 years. The sterilization is privately funded by the Soi Dog Foundation, but requires the help of neighborhood people to identify, capture and transport the animals. Darting and transporting the animals costs 500/baht per dog and done by the people at animalarmy.org.  Anyone currently feeding Soi Dogs knows the local dogs the best and you can be very helpful in identifying animals to be spayed. Everyone else - please consider making a donation to help get more animals sterilized. PM me for more info 🙂

 

The Pattaya Soi Dog Sterilization Project

https://www.facebook.com/groups/902785046588819

 

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24 minutes ago, Wuvu2 said:

The Pattaya Soi Dog Sterilization Project

Never mind about Pattaya. What about out in the sticks where the situation has to be worse?

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3 minutes ago, IvorBiggun2 said:

Never mind about Pattaya. What about out in the sticks where the situation has to be worse?

I'm not sure the problem is greater out in the sticks, but here's some info on sterilization programs. The Pattaya Project is part of a national program of the Soi Dog Foundation. https://www.soidog.org/   The run programs in many areas of Thailand. Also there are reginal and local efforts by a number of other groups. Sterilization is the only reasonable approach to the problem. Give Google a shot to find resources near you.

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1 hour ago, Boedog said:

Why not use common sense and euthanise them

 

Does common sense exists in Thailand?

 

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A small minority of pet care professionals may consider performing euthanasia with the knowledge that they have to accept the taking on of the negative karma may impact their own rebirth. In consideration of a Vet for example, this may be many hundreds of deaths throughout their entire career. A burden which many are not prepared to carry.

This makes euthanasia a big issue with Buddhist pet caregivers. Some Buddhists just like the Thai Buddhists allow their pet suffer to their last breath no matter how severe the pain is due to teachings which include 'to cut short an animal's suffering prevents them from extinguishing their karma leading to poor rebirth'.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Leaver said:

 

It's all about maximum money in, for minimum money out, here.

 

They just don't get it that high end tourists not only want a nice hotel, but decent infrastructure surrounding it.  Until that happens, Pattaya will continue to attract sex tourists and cheap package holiday tourists, nothing more.    

Thats what makes Pattaya fun.  If you want HiSo there's plenty of other beach places to visit.

 

 

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