17. George W. Bush and Barney (Scottish Terrier)
The Bush family also had two other dogs while at the White House, Miss Beazle (Scottish terrier) and Spotty (English springer spaniel).
16. Jimmy Carter’s Grits (Border Collie), Seen Here with Daughter Amy
15. Abraham Lincoln’s Fido
Lincoln owned Fido prior to his election as president. After he was elected, he worried that Fido could not survive the transition to Washington, D.C. (Fido hated cannon fire and train rides).
Lincoln left Fido with close friends in Springfield, Illinois, under the condition that he never be scolded and that he be allowed to continue living as an indoor dog.
Fido died less than a year after Lincoln was assassinated.
14. Theodore Roosevelt with Rollo (Saint Bernard)
Roosevelt, a well-known outdoorsman and animal lover, had several other dogs: Blackjack (Manchester terrier), Jack and Peter (terriers), Pete (bull terrier), Sailor Boy (Chesapeake Bay retriever), Skip (rat terrier), and Manchu (Pekingese).
11. Calvin Coolidge with wife Grace and Rob Roy (White Collie)
The Coolidges loved dogs. In addition to Rob Roy, they had Prudence Prim (white collie) Peter Pan (terrier), Paul Pry (Airedale terrier), Calamity Jane (Shetland sheepdog), Tiny Tim and Blackberry (Chow Chows), Ruby Rouch and Bessie (collies), Boston Beans (bulldog), King Cole (German shepherd), and Palo Alto (bird dog).
10. Herbert Hoover and King Tut (Belgian Shepherd)
In addition to King Tut, Hoover had Pat (German shepherd), Big Ben and Sonnie (fox terriers), Glen (Scotch collie), Yukonan (Eskimo dog), Patrick (Irish wolfhound), Eaglehurst Gillette (setter), and Weejie (Norwegian elkhound).
8. John F. Kennedy and Wolfie (Mixed Breed) and Shannon (Irish Cocker Spaniel)
Additionally, the Kennedys had Clipper (German shepherd), Gaullie (poodle-wolfie), Charlie (Welsh terrier), and Pushinka (a mixed-breed puppy of Soviet space dog Strelka).
Pushinka was given to Caroline Kennedy by the Soviet Union Premier Nikita Khrushchev.
5. Barack Obama’s Bo (Portuguese Water Dog)
3. Bill Clinton and Buddy (Labrador Retriever)
1. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Fala (Scottish Terrier)
Fala is considered to be the most famous and iconic presidential pet of all time.
A statue of Fala stands alongside Roosevelt at Washington, D.C.’s Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, the only presidential pet with that honor.
Additionally the Roosevelts had Majora (German shepherd), Meggie (Scottish terrier), Winks (Llewellin setter), Tiny (Old English sheepdog), President (Great Dane), and Blaze (bullmastiff).
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- Thousands have made it to the Women's March on Washington to stand up for women's rights and protest Donald Trump.
- Crowds for the Women's March in Washington, DC, are turning out to be much larger than for the inauguration so far.
- People are participating in the Women's March today all the way in Antarctica, surrounded by penguins ❄️
- "We shall overcomb." People across America are getting creative and making some pretty epic signs for the Women's March.