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UPDATE Krabi officials caught a stray dog on Ao Nang Beach on Tuesday, following a vicious dog attack on a tourist on March 11. The tourist, 60 year old Thai national Daniel Sudjai Kutrakun, had been walking on Ao Nang Beach, when a stray dog ran over to him and bit his left leg. Daniel’s …

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Thailand has a massive problem with dogs and their irresponsible owners. It’s time the government cracked down on stray dogs by either sterilising or putting them down. If owners can’t keep their dogs on their own property and sterilise them then they shouldn’t be allowed to have them. 

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