Discussion in 'Surrounding Areas' started by grandpainak, Aug 16, 2019.
Cricky, that's some weapon, 303 Enfield. You could say that is an overkill.
Wow you discuss at a high level, . Empty barrels roaring most. It seems to me that you generally complain about Philippine culture and people, why do you live in the Philippines?
I am supporting your ideology. You win. Leave the stray dogs alone...feed them..comfort them...pray for them. Let me know where they are...I will buy T-Bone steaks...food for your Dog Gods.
We aren't talking about dogs that are owned. We are taking about stray dogs. These types of dogs do not benefit society. Feral dogs spread diseases, put humans in danger and harm native wild species. The feral dog population must be controlled. Unfortunately that means putting them down. A bullet to the head is the cheapest, most humane and most efficient way of doing this.
Human lives are worth more than that of a dog. That is the world and society we live in.
Oh well. If you can't keep accountability of your dog and be a responsible dog owner you shouldn't have one.
No, you want nothing but pink mist after a headshot to avoid suffering. Instant lights off.
There’s children being tied down...during an excruciating death...from rabies. Stray dogs bit these children....some are toddlers.
I honestly cannot imagine why anyone would feed and comfort stray dogs. Making them stronger...more reproductive.
The stray dogs my gf feed and take care of live around our place, they never come inside our place, my own dog is the boss here and will keep them out. Yes, the stray dogs here are very healthy most of them, they are to no danger at anyone, don't bite humans, are vaccinated and neutered nearly all of them, sadly enough there come new dogs and kittens when people get tired of their animals and throw them away. I accept and respect other people have another point of view on this problem, each to his own
Until they contract rabies (or some other terrible disease) from another dog and then bite or transmit their disease to someone. You are doing a huge disservice to your neighborhood and putting people in danger by feeding feral dogs. Unless you are taking all these dogs and having them fixed and giving them all the needed vaccinations...and if that is case you are a hero.
You say they don't bite...go give one a hug, as a child may try to do, and see how they react. I would bet money you don't walk away from that without some new skin holes.
" To each there own" if their actions aren't putting others in danger. I would have no problem with what you were doing if you took all those feral dogs and locked them in your property.
The stray dogs that you feed are vaccinated...
Please show us their vaccination records.
Let me guess...you hugged each stray dog and said to them they are so lucky to be able to get these vaccinations. They will protect you from horrible diseases.
A person who is exposed and has never been vaccinated against rabies should get 4 doses of rabies vaccine - one dose right away, and additional doses on the 3rd, 7th, and 14th days. They should also get another shot called Rabies Immune Globulin at the same time as the first dose.
Plus a tetanus shot.
Never take anyones word that stray dogs have been totally vaccinated