Updated: Jul 31
Mission Pawsible is on a mission to save the sick and abandoned dogs of Bali. But it’s not a charity, it’s a social enterprise – a for-profit business that uses every cent it earns to continue and to expand its rescue efforts.
Founder, Prue Barber, spent years donating her time, money and effort to rescuing dogs in Bali, but realised that relying on charity was unsustainable. So instead she started an online shop where you can buy stylish and chic animal products for your furry friend, and all the money you spend goes directly to rescuing the dogs of Bali. The better your pooch looks; the more abandoned dogs get rescued.
Here at Gawler Veterinary Services we are proud to be supawters of Mission Pawsible.
We often find ourselves with out-of-date medicines that we cannot use. The medicines themselves are still safe and effective, but due to strict Australian regulations we cannot use them past the date specified.
But Mission Pawsible can use them.
Use them to save poor lost souls like 17-year-old Suro, who was rescued from Ubud, a small town in Bali, with a chronic skin condition. The rescuers at Mission Pawsible have been able to make use medications sent from vets like us in Australia to turn Suro’s life around.
After just two weeks, Suro’s coat is beginning to return to normal, and he’s now looking at a much more comfortable and healthier old age than he was just a few weeks ago.
But you can help too. If your dog or cat has been on any medication, but you haven’t
used it all, you can return the unused portion to us, and we’ll make sure that it makes it to Mission Pawsible to help save the lives of many more rescue dogs
With animal lovers working together from Gawler to Bali, we can make a difference and improve the lives of Bali’s abandoned dogs