By Andrew Hager, Historian-in-Residence Working at the Presidential Pet Museum a fun job, particularly for a person like me who loves history. One of the best things about the work is the chance to really dig into the presidents’ lives, to better understand the men who have shaped this country for good or for ill….
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Pasha, a Yorkshire terrier, belonged to President Richard Nixon’s daughter, Tricia. When Tricia first saw Pasha, she immediately fell in love.
King Timahoe, Richard Nixon’s Irish setter, was born in July 1968, and he was a gift from the White House staff.
Every year, September 23 is designated National Dogs in Politics Day, celebrated on the anniversary of Richard Nixon’s “Checkers speech.”