Bali Pet Crusaders is a mobile sterilisation project and does not have a clinic or shelter. We travel around Bali in a mobile vehicle from Monday to Friday helping in village locations.
The Department of Agriculture (DISNAK) have allocated the area of Sanur to the Bali Animal Welfare Association and Project Dharma and unfortunately we cannot assist in this area. Please contact BAWA or Project Dharma directly.
Bali Pet Crusaders are a mobile sterilisation project and do not have a clinic, shelter or foster network. If you are seeking a home for a dog or cat, please consider contacting a rescue organization or joining one of the many Facebook groups for adoption.
Thank you for your support! Depending on your location, donations can be made to by cash, direct bank deposit, bank transfer or credit card.
Bali Pet Crusaders are an Australian registered charity and have Tax Deductible Gift Recipient status and therefore, all donations over $2.00AUD are tax deductible in Australia.
Our Australian registered bank account or via PayPal or Credit Card. Our payment details can be located at: www.balipetcrusaders.org/donate
If you wish to donate within Indonesia, you donate by cash to one of our team, at one of the many locations who kindly have one of our donation boxes or via direct transfer to Yayasan Seva Bhuana at:
Account Name: Yayasan Seva Bhuana
BNI Bank Account Number: 0482064690 SWIFT Code: BNINIDJA00
If you wish to donate in the USA, you can donate via www.balipetcrusaders.org/donate
If you are bringing your dog or cat for sterilisation please pay your donation to our team on the day. You will receive a receipt for your donation. If you wish to donate at a sterilisation day but do not have a dog or cat to sterilise, you can either put your donation in our donation box or give it to our team member who will provide you with a receipt.
Bali Pet Crusaders are an Australian registered charity operating from Australia. We a very small charity and are not funded by the Australian or Indonesian Governments and do not have corporate sponsorship. Our funding comes from donations from the global animal loving community and our own fundraising efforts. Our income in the 2018-2019 Australian Financial Year was just $80,000.00AUD and with these funds we sterilised 4308 Bali dogs and cats. We are 100% not for profit and our Indonesian Team of four vets, one vet assistant / dog catcher and one administration assistant are paid a monthly salary.
We work hand in hand with our sister organization Yayasan Seva Bhuana, an Indonesian registered Yayasan and have a Memorandum Of Agreement with respect to our collaboration and mission. Our operations in Bali are conducted by Yayasan Seva Bhuana and are managed by the President of Yayasan Seva Bhuana and our Bali Pet Crusaders Head Veterinarian, Drh Nana Dianita.
Bali Pet Crusaders focus on the spay and neuter (sterilisation) of stray and rescued local Bali dogs and cats and those owned by the poorer community who cannot afford to go to a clinic. Our sterilisation cost is highly subsidised and costs $22.00AUD (or rp220.000 ) per dog or cat. To request our assistance, please complete the request for assistance form on our website at www.balipetcrusaders.org/request. Once we have received your request we will review it and respond within five (5) business days. If you are eligible for our subsidised sterilisation project our waiting list is often up to three (3) months. If you are in need of urgent sterilisation, please contact your local vet.
Bali Pet Crusaders are a very, very small Australian and American registered charity and focus on the spay and neuter of local (heritage) Bali dogs and cats. In accordance with Indonesian Government and the Indonesian Veterinary Medicine Association policy, we are unable to assist with the sterilisation of western breed dogs and cats. Please contact your local vet for sterilisation.
Bali Pet Crusaders have a minimum age policy of five (5) months for sterilisation.
Bali Pet Crusaders are a very small charity with limited staff numbers. Our office hours are Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. We have one Administration Assistant who receives hundreds of voice calls, sms, WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram Messages and emails every single day. If you are requesting assistance, please use our request form at: www.balipetcrusaders.org/request and we will respond to you within five (5) business days. If you need a vet urgently, please go to your local vet immediately and do not wait for a response from our team.
Bali Pet Crusaders are a mobile sterilisation project focusing on the spay and neuter of local Bali dogs and cats. To ensure maximum efficiency for our very small charity and budget, we provide mass sterilisation. We do not provide house calls. If you would like a house call, please contact your local vet. If you complete our request form at: www.balipetcrusaders.org/request we can assess your situation and advise if we have a sterilisation schedule near you that you can book.
Bali Pet Crusaders is a very small Australian and American registered charity and are not government funded. We ask a donation of $22.00AUD or rp220,000 per dog/cat to contribute to the cost of veterinary medication, supplies and surgery. Unfortunately, we cannot provide free sterilisation and you must donate towards the cost of the sterilisation surgery.
Bali Pet Crusaders work on Mondays to Fridays and do not operate on Saturdays and Sundays. Please contact your local vet if you wish to sterilise your dog/cat on a weekend.
We work with our sister organization Yayasan Seva Bhuana, an Indonesian registered Yayasan. There are many steps that must be taken to organise and obtain approval to conduct a mass sterilisation day. This includes gathering the data for the village in which you wish to sterilise, contacting the klien for permission to sterilise in the village, contacting DISNAK for approval in writing and presenting the letter of approval and a flyer to the village banjar. This procedure takes months of planning and execution. The minimum time frame for booking a sterilisation day is 3 months.
Please note that you are responsible for funding the sterilisation day at a cost of $22.00AUD or rp220,000 per dog/cat. This means, that if you wish to sterilise 20 dogs and cats then you need pay $440.00AUD or rp4,400,000.00. If the sterilisation is in a rabies red zone (an area active for rabies) the cost increases to $30.00AUD or rp300,000.00 per dog or cat. We are unable to provide free sterilisation days due to lack of funding!
To request assistance for a sterilisation day in your area, please contact us directly www.balipetcrusaders.org/contact
Unfortunately, we are unable to schedule urgent sterilisations. Our waiting list is three (3) to four (4) months long. Please contact a local vet to sterilise the dog or cat.
Bali Pet Crusaders is a mobile sterilisation project and does not have a clinic, shelter or foster network. We focus 100% on spay and neuter and do not rescue or rehome. Please consider contacting a rescue organization or you can find excellent advice on what to do in these situations at: missionpawsible.org/how-to-rescue
Please note that Mission Pawsible cannot rescue on your behalf and provide advice only. You need to take action to help the dog / cat yourself.
Unfortunately, we are not permitted to sterilise western breed animals. If you wish to ask us for an exemption from our policy, you must provide the following information:
Bali Pet Crusaders are a mobile sterilisation project and do not provide complete vaccinations. Bali Pet Crusaders work with our sister organization Yayasan Seva Bhuana and the Indonesian Government to assist them with rabies vaccinations. We can only assist with rabies vaccinations at our mass sterilisation schedules. If the Indonesian Government have not provided free rabies vaccinations then we cannot assist with vaccinating your dog or cat.