UPDATE! Dec. 6, 2016: A goldendoodle may very well join the White House next year. Details here.
This will be a pretty short article.
No, Donald Trump does not have any pets. (Rumors to the contrary have been debunked.)
He doesn’t have any dogs. He doesn’t have any cats. We’re not aware of any pets, including pet rocks. He doesn’t have any furry (or rocky) little ones to snuggle with.
We at the Presidential Pet Museum suspect this will quickly change when President-elect Trump gets to the White House. Why? Because every single presidency since Theodore Roosevelt’s (1901–09) has had a dog at the White House. So for that reason, we’re certain we’ll see a wagging tail soon after the inauguration.
The question is: What type of dog will Trump get?
- Will it be a “Make America Great Again” all-around, ever-popular Labrador retriever?
- A protective German shepherd?
- Or perhaps a regal greyhound or poodle?
What do you think? Leave us a comment below!