Pattaya animal control officers rounded up a pack of six stray dogs that had attacked tourists on Beach Road.
An 8-year-old German-Thai child was bitten the week of Aug. 15 and was taken to Pattaya Hospital, which will begin a series of rabies injections.
Following the attack, a beach vendor called city hall to report that the pack of dogs slept around beach umbrellas and often went after children and tourists, causing many injuries.
Staff from the Pattaya Public Health Office, Veterinarian Division, eradicates stray dogs that attacked children and tourists around Pattaya Beach.
Officers from the Public Health Department’s veterinarian office found the dogs around Soi 1 and Beach Road and, using tranquilizer guns, sedated and caged the canines. They were taken to the Plutaluang Dog Centre.