Resources

Articles, tips, and advice for how to care for an animal in Bali.

Emergencies & Pet Ambulances

Sunset Vet – Kuta: 0361 934 8915
Mobile (SMS) 081232081334
reception@sunsetvetbali.com

Sunset Vet Ubud: 0361975296
ubud@sunsetvetbali.com

Kedonganan Vet: +628113993630

BAWA: If you need urgent advice about animal medication and care, see an animal in need of help or want to report a crime against an animal, please call our Hotline 24/7 on (+62) 811-389-004 or (+62) 812-384-0133. If our lines are busy or you can’t connect, please text a message and email info@bawabali.com. Please send photos and location details.

Planning to Adopt?

Bringing Your New Dog Home

You finally found the perfect pup and you’re excited to bring them home! Before you do, get a few essentials and be prepared for creating a good home for the dog.

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Preparing your home for your new cat

New experiences can be scary. A new place, new smells, new family. Here’s all you need to know, from what to buy to what to expect, when you bring your new cat home.

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The Importance of Sterilizing Your Pet

Many people ask why sterilizing is a good idea. Besides the fact that it helps reduce unwanted animals, it also is known to help your animal’s health and longevity.

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All about your dog

Basic Dog Care

Man’s best friend. They will love you and protect you no matter what. Here are the basics you need to know to care for your new dog in Bali.

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Dog Health & Problems

In Bali, just like how we get sick easily from the rapid weather changes, dog too are always at risk of getting sick at some time or another. Here’s our short guide on things to look out for to keep your dog healthy.

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Lost and Found Dogs: What to do

Sometimes it happens to the best of us. Maybe the gate was left open. Maybe they wandered on their own. Maybe they were stolen. Losing your dog can be stressful, but there are ways you can track them down.

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All about your cat

Basic Cat Care

Cats are relatively easy to care for. They are more independent than dogs, keeping themselves and their potties clean. But don’t be fooled that they require no time or effort on your part. Here’s our tips on basic cat care.

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Cat Health Problems

Cats are elusive animals. They can hide illness very well. In Bali, just like how we get sick easily from the rapid weather changes, cats too are at risk of getting sick. Here is our list of health problems to look for.

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Found an orphaned kitten?

It’s unfortunately very common in Bali. And chances are, without your help, the kitten will die on its own. Here’s what you need to know if you found a kitten and want to save its life.

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Bali-specific information

Can’t adopt? Save a life and foster an animal!

By removing unvaccinated animals from the clinic environment their immune systems are stronger, their social skills are better and their love is unconditional.

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Dangers in Bali

Bali is a jungle of its own. From diseases to snakes to dog meat catchers, keeping an animal safe here can be a challenge. There are a few things to keep in mind as a pet owner in Bali.

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Animal Welfare Laws in Bali

Know the welfare laws. Know how to protect the animals of Bali. Up to now, the Act is in effect, but unfortunately, is rarely used. Here’s everything you need to know.

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More resources from the web

How to re-home an animal by Mission Paws’ible
Recommended Pet Boarding by Mission Paws’ible
Recommended Vets by Mission Paws’ible
Recommended Vets by Bali Pet Crusaders
Pet Friendly Transport by Mission Paws’ible
How to Relocate Your Pet out of Bali by Bali Pet Crusaders

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