The group claims, in reports to be aired on the ABC, that some animals are poisoned and that could be a risk to humans who consume the meat.
Other animals are shot in the street and their bodies are butchered in the open.
Animals Australia claims undercover investigators shot footage which shows the dog meat being sold as “chicken” satay to unsuspecting tourists on the beach.
In one exchange, recorded by the group, an investigator spoke to someone selling dog meat in Seminyak.
Animals Australia: What is that you’re selling?
Seller: Dog satay.
Animals Australia: This is why you have a picture of a dog here?
Seller: Yeah, yeah.
However, when the man sells the food to Australian tourists, he misrepresents the type of meat…