(Don't worry, he's not dead, just lounging. Later photos show him running around happily)
Kanellos lies on the ground, finally realizing his destiny.
Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty Images, November 25, 2008


Even as his country started to burn, Kanellos howled for justice!
Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty Images, December 8, 2008


Did they really think this would stop Kanellos, the Greek Dog of Justice?
Aris Messinis/AFP, December 18, 2008


The system looked to the protesters, never realizing the Kanellos was the one holding it down for the people!
John Kolesidis/Reuters, December 18, 2008


No matter how many pawns the system put out, or machines of war, if Greece is demanding basic competence from their government and needed a friend, Kanellos was there. He was there, man.
Marko Djurica/Reuters, December 23, 2008


As the people rush the barricades, Kanellos was there, a vigilant eye for a just cause.
Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP, January 9, 2009


As the police opened up with their spray cannons, Kanellos bravely showed them his back, and put his tail in the air like he just didn't care.
Photograph: Yiorgos Karahalis/Reuters, February 24, 2009


At this point, Kanellos decided to try to Gandhi approach.
John Kolesidis/Reuters, March 4, 2009


After months of being polite, Kanellos finally gave the gatekeepers of the paymasters a piece of his freedom-loving mind.
Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images, April 29, 2009


Kanellos sits before his people, realizing the shit is about to get real, dawg.
Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty Images, December 10, 2009


Like a Greek general of old, Kanellos patrols the line personally to see how the battle for economic justice and freedom from the international banking cartel is going.
Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP, March 5, 2010


May Day is Go Day! When you are Kanellos, the Greek Dog of Protest, Protector of the People, the Bringing of Justice, the Hope in the Darkest Times.
Nikolas Giakoumidis/AP, May 5, 2010


http://www.dailykos.com/story/2010/5/7/864431/-Woozle-Protest-Tribute:-Yo-Dawg,-See-you-at-the-barricade!-


It says Kanellos in the captions, but according to someone from reddit, that was the name of a previous dog:

I live in Athens, in exarxeia and this dog is very famous and everybody feeds and loves this animal.BUT his name is LOUK,from Loukanikos a word that means sausage,because he used to eat sausages all the time.He lives on the street,he has no master and he, allong with 4-5 other dogs comes to every demonstration here in ahens.You will find him every day in MESOLLOGIOU street,where ALEXANDROS GRIGOROPOULOS,a 15 year old student was shot by the police.
KANELLOS was another dog that used to act the same,but he died two years ago and now he is buried by comrades inside the Polytechneio university in Athens,where the uprising against dictatorship took place,in 1973.The members of Indymedia athens,used to feed him.Also when Kanellos was caught by the dog catcher 4 years ago,a demo of 400 people took place and we released him from the dog catcher!You can find his grave inside the university.Kanello RIP!
These dogs live in Exarxeia and they dont belong to nobody.We call themthe dogs of the movement and there many of them, such as ROZA,DICK,RIBO,PETROS,LOUCY.Its funny but they are our comrades,we protect and feed them and they protect us as well.
Here are some videos of comrade Kanellos,a legend of Exarcheia! YouTube - Kanellos A song for Kanellos Τραγούδι για σ. Καν*λο http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWk1-jMNR6k&feature=related"


http://www.buzzfeed.com/akdobbins/kanellos-the-greek-protest-dog


A song for Kanellos (the original dog, I suppose):
[YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FTaVgqSiIk[/YOUTUBE]