A German man, identfied by initials PMS has reportedly been arrested by National Narcotics Agency (BNN) Bali officers after getting caught with a substance that is alleged to be cannabis, at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport, as quoted from Coconuts Bali.
A city in southern China went ahead with an annual dog-meat eating festival Tuesday despite heavy criticism and protests from animal rights activists.
You can’t walk the streets or relax at the beaches here without noticing them: our Kuta Lombok Dogs. They can look so peaceful and relaxing and some of them look really nice and are so sweet and friendly! But after spending more time here, you also notice the skinny dogs, the sick and wounded ones, […]
Presented by anthropologist Dr. Lawrence Blair (Ring of Fire), we look at the way these dogs have become woven into tapestry of the Hindu lifestyle in Bali, the changes in their relationship with human society, and ultimately their importance to genetic science. Quirky and entertaining, the film is set against the enchanting tropical beauty that is the island of Bali.
The Deputy-Governor of Bali, I Ketut Sudikerta, has vehemently denied reports in the Indonesian press and accusations from the Municipal Government of Jakarta that Bali is selling dog meat to vendors in the Nation’s Capital
For many residents of China’s southern town of Yulin, the peak of summer is the perfect time to get together with family and friends — and consume copious amounts of dog meat.
Two dogs were found poisoned at Echo Beach today. More cases have been reported along Berawa and Batu Bolong. Please keep an eye for your dogs that they don’t eat anything on the beach…
The two dogs are currently getting treatment at Bali Vet in Pererenan. We are waiting 8 hrs to see if they can pull through.
Bali’s struggle against rabies continues. As reported by Bali Post, new cases on a month-to-month basis have continued to increase over the past two years.
Bali has in recent years seen an alarming rise in the number of stray dogs roaming its streets and beaches, sparking fears of a rabies epidemic. Last year’s government campaign of mass culling triggered widespread criticism, prompting officials to instead launch a three-month vaccination drive against the viral disease, starting in April.
Defending his no-nonsense stance on eliminating Bali’s free-ranging canine population, Pastika said on Saturday, January 31, 2015: “I have been protested against by angry people from animal welfare association, asking why Bali’s Governor is ordering the elimination of dogs? My response is that Bali has 500,000 dogs and a human population of 4 million. That’s one-eighth or one dog for every eight human beings. Just imagine how difficult it is to care for (so many dogs).”