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BARC (Bali Dog Adoption Rehabilitation Centre) is a registered Australian/Indonesian not-for-profit animal organization.
Founded by Linda Buller, BARC is a no-kill shelter providing vaccination, sterilization and other necessary medical assistance to all rescued animals. We operate a street sterilization program to help stop the relentless flow of unwanted puppies. Additionally, we conduct education programs in the Balinese community.
You can read more about our education program here.
You can read more about our street sterilization program here.
BARC runs a basic clinic in central Ubud where the non - emergency cases can be treated and receive care, we also have an adoption centre and retail outlet, the retail outlet hosts our charity store, our pet store and our BARC merchandise store, 100% of profits from these three stores go directly to the care of the animals.
You can read more about our Ubud sites
BARC is in the process of creating Bali’s 1st multi - species sanctuary known as ‘Warrior’s Legacy’ in Tabanan, Bali. We presently care for 170 dogs, and 1 rescued pig. We have just completed construction of a state - of the art all natural, open-air
jungle monkey enclosure for our rescued monkeys.
You can read more about Warriors Legacy here.
None of this is possible without the generous support of our donors– 100% of all donations go towards improving the lives of Bali Animals. Read more about us in the media.
We run a small facility in Ubud for the community to bring suffering animals to where medical help and rehabilitation is available.
To lessen the load on the abandoned abused and starving, Bali street dogs and protect them from extinction due to relentless culling. The Bali heritage dog is estimated to be one of the oldest dog species on the planet, with DNA dating back at least 12,000 years.
We currently have no funding available to develop a plan to save the historic Bali dog from extinction, we are currently working up a program and costs so we can start fundraising. Read more about the significance of the Bali dog,
To provide a sanctuary where (un-adoptable) dogs are protected their whole lives, if adoptable to be found a loving family.
Read more here.
To expand our “Dog Squad” to enforce animal protection laws, pan ensure persons involved in animal abuse are held responsible and punished with prison time. We raise awareness through community education in International schools, Balinese schools and the broader Balinese community.
Ready to expand your lifestyle to provide daily care, love and attention to a furever friend? Adopting a BARC dog is FREE, Please consider ongoing expenses, like food and vet bills.
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Meet the many faces of our BARC Pack! These daily heroes are some of many people who also share our passion for the safety and welfare of our animals. Amongst these team members BARC also employs several daily and casual workers, as many hands and hearts are needed to keep the cogs turning at BARC.
Become a Volunteer
Apply for the Bali Dog Adoption Rehabilitation Centre (BARC) Sanctuary Volunteer Program. At present, we accept volunteers for periods of 5 days to a maximum of 7 days (Package minimum advised donation starts from AUD250 per person. The volunteer may organize their own accommodation, or stay at our serenity house.
This Volunteer Program provides:
–Transport to BARC Dogs Sanctuary as in itinerary.
Yes we accept volunteers for a day volunteering. Package minimum advised donation for a day volunteer only AUD50 per day.
We look forward to reviewing your application and will see you in Bali!
Can you help to fill a bowl? Every month BARC feeds 170 dogs in our entire Sanctuary and Serenity House as well as several street dogs between these two locations at cost of currently more than $3.000. Almost daily we
EVER WANTED TO RESCUE A PUPPY IN NEED? Our virtual rescue program offers this opportunity! There are so many puppies that end up dumped on the streets, in markets, or even on the BARC doorstep. Many of these puppies are not
Adoption days are an integral part of any rescue & rehabilitation program. At BARC things are no different. After rehabilitation, vaccination & sterilization most of our dogs/puppies are then ready to go up adoption. One of the keys is always
STERILIZATION DAY SPONSORSHIP At BARC we regularly undertake community sterilization days within rural villages in order to help and support the local Balinese people and their dogs and cats. During a sterilization day we provide FREE sterilization of between 15-20
Previous Next Education in Bali? Where to start? In the past few years we have been establishing our education program in schools. Our main focus has been local elementary schools, but we have also been visiting international schools, high schools and
Your business can play a key role in helping BARC meet current and future challenges in helping and being the voice for the dogs in Bali. A little goes a long way in Bali enabling you to make a difference that counts.