Make Dogs Drool, Not War Sticker for Ukraine
Make Dogs Drool, Not War Sticker for Ukraine
Make Dogs Drool, Not War Sticker for Ukraine
Make Dogs Drool, Not War Sticker for Ukraine
Make Dogs Drool, Not War Sticker for Ukraine

Make Dogs Drool, Not War Sticker for Ukraine

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$2 from your purchase will be donated directly to UAnimals

UAnimals is an animal rights advocacy group currently working with shelters across Ukraine that are in dire need of food and supplies.

A play on "Make love, not war" our sticker "Make dogs drool, not war" was created to raise money to help animals affected by the war in Ukraine.

Drawn for us by a Ukrainian artist, the sticker is of a dog named Патрон (Patron).

About the Design - written by the artist - 

Patron, the real dog hero of Ukraine now. Patron is a two-year-old Jack Russell terrier. His owner, Misha Iliev, works for the Civil Protection Service. At first he wanted Patron as a pet for his son. But he soon realized that the dog was very clever and had an extremely strong nose.  So at the age of six months, Patron began to get training. The idea at the time was to use Patron to show off the kinds of skills that dogs could learn. But soon after Russia attacked Ukraine, it became clear that Patron could help with far more serious work.  Patron is now trained to sniff out gunpowder. This means that he’s able to detect bombs and other devices that can explode. After Russian forces pulled back from areas in northern Ukraine, Ukrainian soldiers discovered that the Russians had left behind lots of mines.  Working with Mr. Iliev, Patron now helps Ukraine’s Emergency Service find and remove mines left behind by Russian soldiers. He works mainly in the city of Chernihiv. So far, Patron has found 236 mines.  Mr. Zelensky presented Patron and Mr. Iliev with the “Order for Courage” award for their service to Ukraine. Hope, you'll like this little guy :))

3 inches x 3 inches

To learn more about the heroic work 

Патрон is doing visit his Wikipedia 

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