One of the ways President Wilson showed support for World War I was with a herd of sheep — led by an ornery ram named Old Ike.
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Faithful was a Newfoundland that belonged to Ulysses S. Grant’s youngest son, Jesse, when his father became president.
Who were the first presidential pets? We would refer you to John Adams, first president to live in the White House. Two of his dogs were Satan and Juno.
President George H.W. Bush’s dog Millie, a springer spaniel, was the first presidential pet to write a book. Millie had puppies while Bush was in office.