The 6 month long wait is almost over for the Gili Island Ponies! Love Heal Animals team are on our way to the Gili Islands! - along with a group of Australian Veterinarians and Farriers for the Vet and Farrier clinic.Read More
Our primary mission for our “Healing Gili Ponies” project is to provide sick and injured ponies with a safe environment within the “Gili Ponies Sanctuary”.Read More
The team from Love Heal Animals are soon heading to the Gili Islands for the up-coming Volunteer Vet and Farrier Clinic!Read More
Australian Vet performs life saving surgery on Gili Island when this pony presented with a dead testicle. Without this medical intervention it is likely that this horse would have become toxic and died!Read More
But you can help Love Heal Animals make a difference!
In early 2019, Love Heal Animals will continue our work with unwavering focus to open the Gili Ponies Sanctuary. Our Sanctuary will provide these hard working ponies rest and respite that they so desparately need.Read More
As an experienced horse owner I was absolutely horrified when first visited Gili Trawangan - at that time, I (ignorantly) had no idea that the only form of transport was by hardworking ponies; and had I known I probably wouldn't have gone.Read More
Woo Hoo - Whoop Whoop !!! We can’t wait to travel again to the Gili Islands NEXT WEEK! - The “all Volunteer” Vet and Farrier clinic is happening again - PLEASE- we need YOUR help so WE can HELP these hard-working, stoic ponies who endure so much on a daily basis.Read More
‘Healing Gili Ponies' is Love Heal Animals first project!
We are working towards securing land on Gili Trawangan to open our “Gili Ponies Sanctuary, building stables, day yards with shelters, and a sheltered area where the ponies can be provided with veterinary & farrier care.
“We witnessed really sad cases of ponies working with open wounds, horses left out in the sun waiting for passengers with no access to water, horses severely dehydrated & panting heavily, with white foam pouring out of their mouths.”Read More
Tourists inadvertently promote the abuse of Gili Ponies who are literally getting worked to death on their behalf.Read More
Meet Danda. Danda has been working with a bone infection due to previous ill-fitting shoes where a nail was driven into the wrong part of his hoof.Read More
Two years ago, I was visiting the Gili Islands. I was there to complete my Yoga Teacher Training and became very distracted as I witnessed the poor state of the working ponies.Read More