One dog, Life, had amputated legs but refused to use a wheel chair, and instead decided to drag herself along.
President Zelensky bestowed the medal of honor to Patron in Kyiv as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau looked on.
Dogs don’t just make good pets, they make great heroes.
While dogs have historically been part of the Ukrainian military, this “branch” of canine forces is unique.
“For five weeks, we would go there under bullets to feed that lion, because it had been locked in a cage and we didn’t have the keys.”
Though there’s nothing cute about the situation he is in or his job in it, it is hard to deny that that face alone could stop bullets.
Surely this rule could be loosened in the extraordinary and unusual circumstances of a military invasion?
It’s amazing that these brave people are giving their lives to save their homeland – and the people and pups who live in it.
Chris received a text from his friend in Ukraine. “We’re being bombed” it said, and he knew he had to get his dogs out of there.
There was a chance that Nessie’s owner was one of the hundreds of people brutalized and murdered by the invaders.