A tribute to our four pawed supporters.

Break Free Action at Slovenian Government in Ljubljana|Action at Shell Petrol Station in HannoverProtest gegen Shell in Hannover|Arctic Council Meeting Demonstration in Sweden|Making Oil History Community Flotilla in Apollo Bay, Australia|Tell Oreo to Drop Dirty Palm Oil Campaign in Newcastle|End the Age of Single Use Plastics in Budapest|Launch of Shoppers Revolt in Leicester|Clean Up and Polluter Brand Audit Activity in Vancouver, Canada|Clean Up and Polluter Brand Audit Activity in Vancouver, Canada|Demonstration against Industrial Exploitation of the Great Northern Forest in Finland|Sun Dance Protesting National Energy Guarantee (NEG) in Sydney|Dog at Protest against Termination of the Renca Reserve in BrazilMobilização em Ipanema Contra a Extinção da Renca|Heroes’ Veto, pro-NGO Protest in Budapest|Avaaz's Trump Petition Presented near Washington Monument|Protest against Nuclear Energy in Flamanville|Shell's Polar Pioneer in Seattle|Break Free Action at Slovenian Government in Ljubljana
Photo credit: Mankica Kranjec / Greenpeace|Photo credit: Chris Grodotzki / Greenpeace|Photo credit: Greenpeace / Christian Åslund|Photo credit: Sarah Pannell / Greenpeace|Photo credit: Greenpeace|Photo credit: Bence Jardany / Greenpeace|Photo credit: Greenpeace|Photo credit: Amy Scaife / Greenpeace|Photo credit: Amy Scaife / Greenpeace|Photo credit: Jonne Sippola / Greenpeace|Photo credit: Greenpeace / Genevieve French|Photo credit: Júlia Mente / Greenpeace|Photo credit: Zsuzsi Dorgo|Photo credit: Amanda J. Mason / Greenpeace|Photo credit: Pierre Gleizes / Greenpeace|Photo Credit: Greenpeace / Tim Aubry|Photo credit: Mankica Kranjec / Greenpeace

As we were reflecting on all of the incredible rallies, protests and actions from our people-powered movement over the past few years, we  happened upon a heartwarming trend: we have a sizeable number of furry friends in our ranks!

From Dachshunds to Dalmatians, pups of all sizes and breeds having been showing up, tails wagging, to remind us that it doesn’t matter how loud your bark, but that you bark at all that counts. For your bark is just one among many!

Naturally, we wanted to celebrate our canine crew and their #PupPower by creating a curated selection of Greenpeace puptivists from over the years.

Photo credit: Chris Grodotzki / Greenpeace

Dreaming of a winter wonderland, this polar pooch  told Shell to keep their paws and drills off the Arctic!

Photo credit: Greenpeace / Christian Åslund

This Sami puptivist showed us that size is inconsequential when defending the Arctic from Oil Exploration. The floofier the better!

Photo Credit: Greenpeace / Tim Aubry

This Good Boy could be on the next cover of Vogue with that irresistible, over-the-shoulder pout. Instead, he put his modelling skills to work to tell Shell to back off. “Woof” indeed!

Photo credit: Pierre Gleizes / Greenpeace

“Merci beaucoup” to this colourful canine, leading the charge to tell Nuclear to go fetch! *oui oui, woof woof*

Photo credit: Amy Scaife / Greenpeace

This guy takes Park Pride very seriously. Don’t let him catch you littering in his local green-space, cause he’s got his eyes, nose and ears on you. #caninecleanup

Photo credit: Amy Scaife / Greenpeace

That raised eyebrow says “Excuse me, is this yours??” (we’re looking at you Coca Cola)

Photo credit: Amanda J. Mason / Greenpeace

Raise your paws in app-paws for this Politically Active Pupper #wheatensagainstwalls

Photo credit: Mankica Kranjec / Greenpeace

You must be barking mad if this doggo can’t convince you to Break Free from polluting fossil fuels

Photo credit: Zsuzsi Dorgo

This little sausage roll showed us that it’s not the size of your bark, but how you use it that’s important. Howl for Civil Rights anyone?

Photo credit: Júlia Mente / Greenpeace

Ruff for rainforest preservation! #dogsagainstdeforestation

Photo credit: Greenpeace / Genevieve French

The only POSitive from the NEG was seeing this power-ful pupper raising her “ruff” for renewables (and the fact that you all got this dirty power plan thrown out!) #ruffruffforrenewables #savesolar

Photo credit: Jonne Sippola / Greenpeace

This border collie is part of a very different border, helping to paw a red line against railroads to the Arctic #paintthetownred

Photo credit: Greenpeace

What’s better than an adorable pup?? How about an even more adorable PAP! All you supermarkets producing #pointlessplastic better listen up to this conscious canine.

Photo credit: Bence Jardany / Greenpeace

Look at this Husky do the hustle for a legislated plastic bag ban in Hungary! The idea of a bag-ban makes us want to boogie too… #prancingwiththestars

Photo credit: Greenpeace

Read it and weep, Oreo. This doggo wants you to keep your paws off palm oil. #dropdirtypalmoil

Photo credit: Sarah Pannell / Greenpeace

Surf’s up for this little guy! Surfboard in paw, and ready to take on Big Oil in the Fight for the Great Australian Bight. Bow-wow Big Oil…bow-wow.

So there you have it! Our round up of environmentally conscious canines from around the world, getting their paws dirty and making their barks heard in the fight for a cleaner, greener planet. Pet Activists of the World, we howl in your honour *awoooo*