‘Expats in Bali could give us a huge help by fostering adult dogs – whether for a few weeks or long-term’, explained Sandy.
‘Finding homes for puppies is easy – but we have adult dogs who desperately need love, care, and exercise.
How can I adopt or foster a dog?
BARC offers a range of opportunities for you to help their dogs.
Any expats in Bali – ranging from tourists to long-term stays – can foster a dog for a few weeks, or longer.
Dogs who are socialized, comfortable with families and toilet-trained are more likely to be adopted later – so you can make a real difference to their lives.
Barc provides their medicine, sterilization (if they’re old enough) and vaccination.
You just have to provide their food – and love.
If you live in Bali and can welcome a new forever friend to your pack, then check-out BARC’s dogs for adoption.
If you love dogs but live outside Bali, you could virtually adopt a BARC dog.
For just $10 each week (or $40/month), you can become a guardian and help pay for their food, shelter, toys, blankets, rehabilitation, behavioral support, general and medical care.
Dogs offered in our Virtual Adoption program are less likely to be adopted into a forever home, because of medical/health issues, age, or some form of trauma. And they might have issues that take them a long time to recover from.
But with your help, they can continue to enjoy a carefree life in a warm, safe and loving environment.
Whoever you are, there’s a way to help Bali’s dogs find loving and happy homes!
Please help Bali’s dogs today!
Set up a regular donation to BARC to help pay for food and resources.