UDON THANI ROBBERY

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Re: UDON THANI ROBBERY

Post by DuiDui49 » December 19, 2016, 8:50 am

Well if people don't know to much about dogs,read up on this breed.NOT recommended if you don't know what you're in for.Fila Brasilero IS voted one of top ten best guard dogs.."not many people can handle such power and no backyard parties with this dog walking around either!!" ...

I've had dogs all my life and when i say the above i have to admit that i've never even been close to a Fila B..But Dobbermans/Rottweilers and German Shepard..

So think FIRST before buying one..Maybe someting to really think about...Excellent Guarddog...but can you handel a beast like this???

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Re: UDON THANI ROBBERY

Post by Marcosteffano » December 19, 2016, 11:39 am

Agree with you there,they are a fine dog for protection and know people here with them but you must be the master of the dog as it will always want to be the alpha.i think when fully grown the are bigger than a Thai man.also what if you get one and it eats the robber,how do you stand with law?

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Post by monkeyman » December 19, 2016, 12:27 pm

Yes I fully agree with you Dui these dogs are NOT for everyone and certainly not for anyone that is feint hearted,, they are a proper guard dog and do their job extremely well, where as some other large breeds can back down if hurt or in a situation these will not and will protect their family to the death...

We screen homes for suitability and as people on this forum that know me will confirm I have refused pups and given deposits back to buyers if I think their new homes will not be suitable... I also ask people to read up on them 1st as you can see in all my previous adverts: http://www.udonmap.com/udonthaniforum/g ... 37263.html

Despite their guarding skills they also make a very good family dog, they devote their whole life to what they consider as ' their family ' they just do not like strangers but that is the whole idea of having a guard dog :lol:

We love ours so much and they are definitely ' our family '

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Sorry for taking this topic a little ' off thread ' but we are talking about expat security and how to avoid being a victim like what happened to the poor guy which this topic is about...

All best folks' Doug

I've had dogs all my life and when i say the above i have to admit that i've never even been close to a Fila B..But Dobbermans/Rottweilers and German Shepard..

So think FIRST before buying one..Maybe someting to really think about...Excellent Guarddog...but can you handel a beast like this???

My two Swedish Krona worth...Have a good day everyone..Dui at Nok's Restaurant
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Post by kkudon6244 » December 19, 2016, 12:28 pm

monkeyman wrote:There is a small increase because of the pedigree fee with this next litter the pups will be 12,000 baht each, most thieves are opportunists and would rather rob your neighbors house than risk being chewed to pieces by a Fila Brasilero :shock: by parrots translation that the thieves were local and not pros in this recent robbery seems very feasible to me.. I think these days it is very wise for any expat to have some sort of security in place...

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monkeyman wrote:New guard dog Fila pups coming in February, give them a nice surprise ;)
How much will you be charging for the Fila pups? We have an old Thai dog just now that sleeps most of the day so looking for a bit of decent security and a nice dog at the same time

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Re: UDON THANI ROBBERY

Post by Udon Map » December 19, 2016, 1:02 pm

Marcosteffano wrote:... also what if you get one and it eats the robber,how do you stand with law?
Burglar? What burglar? I don't see any burglar, officer.

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Re: UDON THANI ROBBERY

Post by mak » December 19, 2016, 1:14 pm

I see 3 dogs. Which one is the puppy?
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Re: UDON THANI ROBBERY

Post by monkeyman » December 19, 2016, 1:49 pm

we have 4 but the puppy is the one at the back...:)

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Re: UDON THANI ROBBERY

Post by Lone Star » December 19, 2016, 2:17 pm

Mosquito wrote:have read it before, but just wondering. if robbers enter your house and are armed, are you ok with killing them?
Self defense is not a crime. If they attack you, do what you need to do to survive. I'd rather take my chances being tried in court than being cremated. If they flee, let 'em go and secure your home against the next attack.

We have fortress doors on our home, an alarm system, and nice dogs to welcome any unknown guest(s).

But always remember: if you have something that others want, all the deterrents in the world won't stop them from trying.
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Re: UDON THANI ROBBERY

Post by Lone Star » December 19, 2016, 2:19 pm

monkeyman wrote:Image
Awesome! If I didn't have too many already, I'd get two. =D>
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Re: UDON THANI ROBBERY

Post by Drunk Monkey » December 19, 2016, 11:05 pm

fiddlersgreen wrote:NO MATE YOU CAN NOT KILL OR HURT THEM UNDER CURRENT THAI LAW.
BUT YOUR SPOUSE CAN (nod nod wink wink).
THIS TYPE OF THING IS GOING TO HAPPEN MORE AND MORE, SAME AS AFTER THE CRASH IN 97.
FARANG BEWARE.
NOT SUPRISING REALLY WITH THE RELEASE FROM PRISON OF HUNDREDS OF CAREER CRIMINALS RECENTLY .. there are some seriously dangerous people on the streets of Udon and most Thai cities and towns since the release program went thru .

love the dogs Doug ... great pics .

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Re: UDON THANI ROBBERY

Post by Khun Paul » December 20, 2016, 5:08 pm

Actually this house is not ear Nongnakham , which is wear I live but towards Big C on the other side near to Nong Na Kham a completely different village, the house is big and looks out of place in any village
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Re: UDON THANI ROBBERY

Post by bumper » December 20, 2016, 6:08 pm

Mosquito wrote:have read it before, but just wondering. if robbers enter your house and are armed, are you ok with killing them?
One guy has a gun how were you planning on killing them?

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Re: UDON THANI ROBBERY

Post by maaka » December 20, 2016, 6:09 pm

missus drags me outside to look at some new scratch marks on our new concrete footpath around the house..took me ten minutes to fiqure out that someone had dragged one of our concrete outdoor chairs, along the path to the bedroom window, and then back again to the boy window...missus and boy tell me after that they heard noises outside last night ( week ago now ),

so someone had been either trying to look in our darkened rooms, or trying the windows...there was no sign of leverage in the aluminium windows, and why the chair was not lifted, and noise made to wake most of us, leads me to think kids or a drunk/ wasted dude, either trying to spy on the missus, or break in...we are way out in a small village, but there is alot of drunks and alcohol, and poor people...we are not rich, but just a new house suggests things to some minds...we will have to beef up security just for ease of mind....

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Re: UDON THANI ROBBERY

Post by Mosquito » December 20, 2016, 9:11 pm

bumper wrote:
Mosquito wrote:have read it before, but just wondering. if robbers enter your house and are armed, are you ok with killing them?
One guy has a gun how were you planning on killing them?

won't say easily, but definitely doable.

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Re: UDON THANI ROBBERY

Post by old timer » December 20, 2016, 10:07 pm

Marcosteffano wrote:Yes I do think we will see more of this sort of thing happening more as farang are an easy target with big money.the probability is that it was the same gang as the last time for sure.big house like they have will attract this sort of thing I'm afraid.i always say the more you have the more you should protect it.i live in the sticks and have cameras and leave the grounds very well lit at night and when the builders have finished I'm getting a Thai hating pitbull.i don't care if it messes up my nice garden a bit,it'll be worth it.im also going to install a couple of panic alarms with flashing lights an sirens for a couple of 1,000baht.makes me wonder how much security this couple had after being hit last year.they are definitely the gang from last year that have popped back for another slice of the cake.if they don't sort it out then they can expect this again in the future.just good to see they didn't have their throats cut for a few £1,000.
You forgot the land mines.

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