Bali Dog Association
This is gypsy! She was found on the street in Denpasar. Her skin was in pretty bad shape (Demodex, Fungal- and Eye- Infection). It took a long time to regain her trust. Very shy behavior and tremendously terrible with fast hand movements. We believe that the owner beat her but with a gentle hand and a lot of empathy, we were able to gradually regain her trust to humans again. Today she lives with us in the house and enjoys her well-deserved retirement.
Mondo is a cheeky dog that loves to play. He is one of our most active dogs. He had been dumped as a puppy at the beach. He was extremely weak and malnourished.
Marvel was rescued from being someones Puppy soup. He is now happily playing with other pups in the sanctuary.
Pablo was rescued from the meat trade industry. Unfortunately he was being fed so they could sell him as meat. Luckily his hero brought him and took him straight to us.
Maddy was dumped with her mum and 6 siblings at the beach. 3 puppies didn't make it, Komang and Ketut and Maddy survived and now looking for a forever home.
ToTo and his brother Harry was dumped on the street. He and his brother were covered in ticks and fleas. they both had blood parasites and needed a lot of treatment and need to be admitted to the vets to recover.
ADOPTED. Komand is the brother of Maddy and Kutut he was dumped on the beach with his Mum. He is now going to a beautiful forever home in the UK.
ADOPTED. Luna is in the process of making her way to England. Her owner fell in love the first time she jumped into her at the Sanctuary. She has come along way since she was first found dumped as a very weak puppy. She needed infusions to help strengthen her immune system.
Daisy was left at our sanctuary so we are unsure about her start in life. She was underweight and like a lot of dogs needed skin treatment.
Franca is the sister of Frankie. Her Frankie and one other sibling who didn't make it were found dumped in a village next the Sanctuary. They both suffer with skin conditions and would both love to be homed together.
We found Funny when we were driving home from the sanctuary. She was extremely underweight and trying to find food on a main dangerous road. She was very scared and timid. After a few shorts days with us she became part of the family and is now loving life.
ADOPTED. Maggie is making her way to the UK. She is now part of a family of three who visited her the sanctuary and fell in love.
This little guy was given to us by another rescuer so unsure of his start in life. He is a lovely dog who just wants to be hugged. He loves being on peoples laps and eating chicken.
Dave is still recovering from his skin condition and malnutrition. He is trying to adapt to the sanctuary but really needs one to one care in a forever home. He is one of our quiet residents.
Providing a home for a dog in need is an incredibly rewarding experience.
Thank you for considering adoption or fostering.
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