Saving Bali's Dogs
Mangy curs. That's the only label you can apply to many of Bali's dogs. As you travel the island – especially by foot – you can't help but notice dogs that are sick, ill-tempered, uncared for and victims to a litany of other maladies.
How has this situation developed? The answers are complex, but benign neglect has a lot to do with it. Dogs are at the bottom of the social strata: few have owners and local interest in them is next to nil.
Some nonprofits in Ubud are hoping to change the fortunes of Bali's maligned best friends through rabies vaccinations, spaying and neutering, and public education. Donations are always greatly needed.
Bali Adoption Rehab Centre Rehabilitation facility for injured and abused dogs. Organises dog adoptions.
Bali Animal Welfare Association Runs lauded mobile rabies vaccination teams, organises adoption and promotes population control.