Tiny may have been the name, but “tiny” he wasn’t. The big, clumsy sheepdog didn’t hang around the White House very long, either. Here’s what we know.
The 130-pound dog had to be put down after viciously attacking Fala, the Roosevelts’ famous Scottish terrier.
You wouldn’t believe what happened to these hamsters. It was like “something out of a Greek tragedy,” said one White House staffer.
These ponies were actually gifts for the Kennedy children, Caroline and John Kennedy Jr.
The Kennedy children seemed to genuinely enjoy the birds, and when the family moved out of the White House after JFK’s death, the parakeets went with them.
The former magician’s rabbit was too chubby for magic anymore, and apparently liked to drink beer. Here’s the story of President Kennedy’s rabbit, Zsa Zsa.
The First Lady, an avid horsewoman all her life, promptly fell in love with Sardar. Here’s his story.