Presidential Pooches Throughout The Decades

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Presidential Pooches
Our 10th U.S. President John Tyler was given a grey hound named Le Beau from the consul of Naples.
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Our 34th president Dwight D. Eisenhower owned a Weimaraner named Heidi.
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From canaries to ponies to rabbits, the Kennedy’s owned an array of pets, including a Welsh terrier named Charlie.
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Richard Nixon owned three dogs while serving in the White House, including Vicky, a Poodle.
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The Reagan’s owned a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel named Rex who, according to the Presidential Pet Museum, was known for pulling on his leash so hard he would drag the Reagans away from reporters and photographers!
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George Bush Senior owned a Springer Spaniel named Millie and one of her puppies, Ranger.
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President Obama reportedly promised his daughters he would buy them a dog whether he won the presidential race or not. Our current president and his family now own a black and white Portuguese water dog named Bo.
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President George W. Bush and Laura Bush owned two Scottish Terriers named Barney and Miss. Beazley.
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