A VDO clip of ‘Thong’ a dog repeatedly hit many times by his owner was touched by animal lovers all over the country.
WatchDog Thailand rescued this cute little sweet three-year-old dog and forwarded him into the care of Elephant Nature Park foundation. Thong will be examined by a veterinarian for any injury or diseases.
The father of the dog owner had given permission to recue Thong. His son will be sent to Suan Prung Psychiatric Hospital for treatment. Now Thong is safe and will not be beaten anymore.
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Dog can’t be saved yet. The perpetrator refused to see the police.
The police officer from Chiang Mai Provincial Police Station joined with Department of Livestock Development may have to request a search warrant from the court to investigate and rescue the dog.
Further update from a violent VDO clip https://fb.watch/duAuJrldoN/ posted on WatchDog Thailand Facebook Page, WatchDog Thailand Team and an officer of Division of Livestock Inspection and Quarantine Chiang Mai filed a complaint to prosecute a man who brutally beat his dog on the VDO clip.
Under the supervision of Pol. Col. Puwanat Duangdee, Superintendent, and Pol. Lt. Col. Santi Kamsai, Deputy Superintendent, Chiang Mai Provincial Police Station, the police officer was assigned to investigate this case. WatchDog Thailand Team and an officer of Division of Livestock Inspection and Quarantine joined the police to visit the crime scene.
The investigation team led by and Pol. Lt. Col. Santi Kamsai, Deputy Superintendent, including a staff from Elephant Nature Park Foundation went to search for this man and his dog in the area near Soi Busarakam, Phra Singh Sub District, Muang Chiang Mai to rescue the dog. The man refused to come forward to see the officers.
To reduce the procedure of requesting a search warrant from the court, a letter was issued by Dr. Saritrat Jaisuda, veterinarian from Division of Livestock Inspection and Quarantine Chiang Mai to call the man for an interview. At this stage the man has not reply or contact anyone yet. The police officer may have to request a warrant from the court to investigate the scene and seize the animal which will require more time.
We hope that during this procedure this man will not hurt his dog again knowing that policemen and other departments have coordinated with each other to investigate and rescue the animal.
Follow this case closely with us.
Pol. Col. Puwanat Duangdee, Superintendent, Chiang Mai Provincial Police Station
Pol. Lt. Col. Santi Kamsai, Deputy Superintendent (Investigation), Chiang Mai Provincial Police Station
Dr. Anusorn Homkajon, Veterinarian, Department of Livestock Development Chiang Mai
Dr. Saritrat Jaisuda, Veterinarian, Division of Livestock Inspection and Quarantine Chiang Mai
Elephant Nature Park Foundation
Law Firm: Anon Weeramacha (Legal Adviser)
WATCHDOG THAILAND Foundation
WatchDog Thailand Rescue Team (WDTR)
Citizen who reported Animal Cruelty case
Volunteer People Network from Watchdog Thailand Foundation