Stray dogs take over Banglamung Hospital parking lot

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Stray dogs have taken over a lot behind Banglamung Hospital, raising fears of attacks and rabies infections among neighbors.
Stray dogs have taken over a lot behind Banglamung Hospital, raising fears of attacks and rabies infections among neighbors.

Stray dogs have taken over a lot behind Banglamung Hospital, raising fears of attacks and rabies infections among neighbors.

The lot on Naklua Soi 13 serves as a parking lot for the hospital, but now is infested with dogs and covered in feces.

Neighbor Pratuan Yodket, 55, said people repeatedly had left dogs on the land, swelling the canine population.

The animals have been a nuisance to local residents and hospital patients, causing motorbikes to crash and the occasional person getting bit.

With Chonburi declared a “red zone” for rabies infections – with three fatalities this year so far – neighbors want the local government to round up and clear out the dogs.

  • John Egil Rasmussen

    same problem on jomtien . we have 40 outside the condo

  • Chris

    Same problem all over Thailand, what is needed is an adult in control.

  • Sam stone

    It is so sad as it is not the dogs fault, they do need to be caught and neutered or spayed, I know many tourists who would gladly hand over a couple of thousand bht to have a vet do this and inoculations