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This adorable 9-week-old goldendoodle puppy, Patton, may be bouncing around on the White House lawn when Donald Trump assumes the office in January 2017.
It was all about dogs when children visited the White House and learned that presidential pets are like any other pets — needing love and attention.
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.
Washington was creative in naming his dogs. In addition to Sweet Lips, he had dogs named Tipsy, Tipler, Drunkard, and Vulcan.
In a rather embarrassing incident at the White House, this dog nearly ripped the seat off the British prime minister’s pants.