Bali Dog Association is dedicated to support the welfare of the Street Dogs in Bali. Our mission is to end the cruelty of Bali Dogs.
An estimated 100,000 dogs are used for meat in Bali each year and sadly poisoning is very common particularly in non-/tourist areas. Through education we would like to reduce social issues such as abandonment, neglect, over breeding, sickness and conﬁnement. There are some breeds that are regularly used for ritual sacriﬁce such as puppy Blang Bungkem.
We believe in a strong community who's supporting the end of the cruelty.
No adoption could be possible without the dedicated men and women who rescue and run these shelters.
Since 2019 Bali Dog Association has rescued more than 250 dogs in a team of only 2 People and now running the sanctuary with 2 helpers with around 150 Dogs in daily care.
A non Profit organisation transforming
the lives of
bali street dogs
To provide a safe-haven Rescue Shelter for Bali Stray Dogs to protect them from the cruel death by poison and Dog Meat Traders.
To humanely reduce the numbers of unwanted Stray Dogs through spay and neutering.
To improve adoption rates, for giving Dogs in emergency space.
To eliminate rabies and diseases, reduce pet abandonment and improve public attitudes towards stray animals.