Rob’s Dogs is a small not-for-profit animal organization.
Unofficially founded in 2013, we formalized our work in 2017 by setting up Rob’s Dogs. We have rehabilitated, rescued and cared for many animals in need, helped out various welfare groups in need of support and fundraised to pay for sterilizations and medical care for street dogs.
Rob’s Dogs has a primary area of focus in the distribution of funds to groups working to rehabilitate abandoned, sick/injured animals that are either mistreated/abused or abandoned/homeless, including emergency medical care and performing free sterilizations for street dogs around the world.
Some of our other areas of focus are working to persevere the precious Bali Heritage Dog by lobbying to have the breed recognized as an official breed. Population control through sterilization not elimination. Facilitation of overseas adoptions and education of Balinese community on how special the Bali dog is. Commiting to the Zero waste movement an making Rob’s Dogs environmental impact as low as possible, including beach cleaning, recycling programs and upcycling projects and products, we aim to have a zero waste/upcycling section of our online store. Running ongoing education posts on the importance of animal welfare in all matters including our lifestyles, diet and entertainment.
You can read more about our work
Rob’s Dogs is funded primarily from the proceeds of Rob’s estate, with additional donations from individuals. Our website runs a merchandise store where 100% of profits from the sale of products goes towards continuing our work.
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Robs Dogs operates an affiliate program with several small animal welfare groups, these groups sell merchandise via the Rob’s Dogs website and they receive 100% of profits to use as they see fit in their group.
See the groups we support
With current funds limited to the assets of Robs’ estate we plan that Rob’s Dogs will be self supporting through merchandise sales primarily. We are have Australian Not-for-profit status. including DGR status, meaning donations made to Rob’s Dogs are tax deductible in Australia. Through our funding we aim to relive the suffering and abuse of abandoned animals all over the world.
Read our Annual Reports.
Rob’s Dogs also supports small groups with administration, fundraising, donation, volunteers and design support. You can read more about what medical donations groups can use HERE.
You can read about volunteering opportunities HERE. If you are interested in helping us fundraise, you can read more about that HERE.
100% of any donations made to Rob’s Dogs go towards improving the lives of animals all over the world. You can even specify which group you would like to support with your donation.
See which groups we work with
You can keep up with Rob’s Dogs by checking out our News page, or by following us on the social media of your choice.
Our News page features our monthly updates, covering donations received and what we did with the funds, we aim to be fully transparent with all our financial reporting.
Stories about abandoned animals we have helped to rehabilitate from sickness or injury.
Stories about sterilization events, where the event occurred, how many dogs were sterilized and the impact on the community.
Take a look around and get a better feel of what we are all about. We hope you enjoy your visit to our site.