BALI RESCUE DOG SQUADOur mission is to rescue, rehabilitate & re-home neglected, abused & abandoned Bali street dogs while providing education on a personal level, creating a better lifestyle between canines & their owners.
BRDS believes in working with people to achieve a better lifestyle between canines & humans. Although BRDS is not a shelter, there are currently two (2) safe houses that can protect up to forty (40) dogs during their treatment, rehabilitation & training until adoption. BRDS prides itself on exercising all avenues of finding adopters (locally & internationally) for rescue dogs as well as ensuring all dogs are rehabilitated & trained to find the right adoption matches.
Bali Rescue Dog Squad is funded through donations & sponsorship. There is no limitation to what BRDS can do when it comes to saving the lives of dogs. Whether they be neglected, abandoned, abused or caught up in the dog meat trade, Bali Rescue Dog Squad will attempt to save as many dogs as possible.
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About the founder
After discovering someone wanted to abandon a puppy after she had allegedly witnessed all her siblings meet their fate with oncoming traffic on a busy road, Alison’s compassion kicked in & so her first rescue began.
Alison has always had an affiliation with animals however like most people, at a young age her eyes were closed to the reality of animal welfare. In the past three and a half years, her eyes have since been opened & her heart filled with even more compassion, resulting in her becoming a full-time dog rescuer & vegan.
Alison fights hard for dogs in need in Bali. She would fight hard for any animal in need worldwide however seeing as she works alone, there’s only so much she can do. She has & always will take on rescues that are in a diabolical state & recreate them into an extraordinary pet, preparing them for adoption. There is no limit to what Alison will do for our four legged friends.
She hopes to achieve some form of education & legislation within Bali that will join the disjointed beliefs & relationships between people & dogs in the future.
Join us as volunteer
Bali Rescue Dog Squad runs on the power & love of volunteers. There are many positions open that can be operated from anywhere in the world.
Most of these positions would require less than 1 – 2 hours a week. If you have experience in the following areas, we would love to hear from you!
- Social Media
- Graphic Design
- Transport Huskies
- Program Writers
- Media Communications
If you’re travelling to Bali & would enjoy volunteering & working with BRDS’ rescue dogs at the safe houses, Alison & the dogs would love to hear from you.
Read more about our safe house