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Richard Nixon can thank his dog Checkers for his seat in the Oval Office. Although the Cocker Spaniel died before Nixon officially took office, the former president's now famous "Checkers" speech played a huge role in helping him win over voters.
President Nixon and Checkers.
Checkers, the presidential cocker spaniel (Nixon's dog)
Gerald Ford With His Boston Terrier
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President Gerald Ford as a boy with his Boston terrier
US President Gerald R. Ford, around 3 years old, with his pet Boston Terrier.
A very young Gerald Ford with a Boston Terrier, about 1916. In the White House, he owned a Golden Retriever named "Liberty".
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Golden in the White House! Gerald Ford with his golden retriever Liberty
Celebrating #FirstDogs on #PresidentsDay! Gerald Ford's First Dog Liberty - a golden retriever - was given to the president as a gift by his daughter, Susan. A regular in the Oval Office, Liberty autographed photos with a special rubber stamp of her paw print!
U.S. President Gerald Ford studying budget matters in the Oval Office while petting golden retriever Liberty.
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President Obama spends some quality time with the family dog Bo in the Oval Office.
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Bo looks as happy as my doggies. This makes me like the man who's petting him. A happy dog usually reflects a happy family.
Bo Obama, Michelle Obama
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First Lady Michelle Obama with "First Dog" Bo Obama in their White House garden
Archie Roosevelt, son of President Theodore Roosevelt, poses with Algonquin the calico pony June 17, 1902.
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Frances Benjamin Johnston, Archie Roosevelt with his pony, Algonquin on the White House Lawn, Washington, DC, 17 June 1902.
Archie Roosevelt, son of President Theodore Roosevelt, poses with Algonquin the calico pony June 17, 1902. Algonquin once rode in the White House elevator to visit Archie when he was ill. His brother, Teddy, had a blue Macaw named Eli Yale.
President Benjamin Harrison gave his grandchildren a pet goat named His Whiskers.
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A goat pulling a cart with two children on the lawn of the White House.
Goat Cart at the White House ~~~~ President Harrison's grandchildren on the South Lawn c1889-1893
Benjamin Harrison's children enjoying a day on the south lawn with goat-drawn cart and their dog. circa 1891.
Benjamin Harrison - 23rd President of the United States is on the White House lawn with his family, photo Frances B. Johnston 1889.
In front of the Whitehouse. Love the coats (and the goat)!
President Herbert Hoover poses with his dog, King Tut.
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King Tut Police Dog President Herbert Hoover (1929-33) poses with his dog, King Tut - West Branch, Iowa
History today August 10, 1874, 31st U.S. President Herbert Clark Hoover was born. Pictured here with his dog "King Tut." The son of a Quaker blacksmith, Herbert Clark Hoover brought to the Presidency an unparalleled reputation for public service as an engineer, administrator, and humanitarian. Born in an Iowa village in 1874, he grew up in Oregon. He enrolled at Stanford University when it opened in 1891, graduating as a mining engineer. He married his Stanford sweetheart, Lou Henry.
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A History of White House Pets || Herbert Hoover with his Belgian Shepherd, "King Tut," 1928
First Lady Grace Coolidge plays with her dogs at the White House.
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Grace Coolidge greets canine friends in 1924. This photo was featured in the article Presidential Pet Stories by Sarah D. Bunting / Shine / Pets
Calvin Coolidge certainly had enough animals in the White House with him. White Collies named Rob Roy and Prudence Prim; Chows, Shelties, and Terriers; raccoons, canaries, and a bobcat; a pygmy hippo; a wallaby; a black bear; and lion cubs named Tax Reduction and Budget Bureau. First Lady, Grace Coolidge greets canine friends in 1924.
President John F. Kennedy spends some time at the White House with his children, Caroline and John Jr., and their pony, Macaroni.
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President John F. Kennedy (1961-63) spends some time at the White House with his children, Caroline and John Jr., and their pony, Macaroni. January 19, 2009. (Photo by Courtesy JFK Presidential Library )
President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan walk toward the White House in Washington, with their dog "Lucky," a Bouvier des Flandres.
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President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan walk toward the White House in Washington, with their dog "Lucky," a Bouvier des Flandres, shortly after returning from a weekend at the presidential retreat at Camp David, Md.
President Gerald Ford and his daughter, Susan, sit on the White House lawn and watch their golden retriever, Liberty, play on October 6, 1974.
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President Bill Clinton returns to White House in Washington with his dog Buddy, March 22, 1999.
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President Clinton once told reporters the dog curled up with him when his wife, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, wasn’t home. “He sleeps with me when Hillary’s not here,” the former president said. “He’s my true friend. We have a great time.”
President George W. Bush and first lady Laura carry their Scottish Terriers, Barney and Miss Beazley.
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Former president George W. Bush and former first lady Laura Bush carry their Scottish terriers Barney and Miss Beazley. #dogfordog
President Dwight Eisenhower walks by Heidi, his Weimaraner.
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President Dwight Eisenhower walks by Heidi, his Weimaraner, as he returns to the White House following a press conference on March 11, 1959 at the Executive Office Building, which today is named the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in memory of the 34th president.
The official portrait of the Obama family dog, "Bo", a Portuguese water dog.
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Bo Obama (AKA: President Barack Obama's Portuguese water dog) Bo may be new to the fame game (after his recent adoption by the First Family), but we're sure we'll be seeing a lot of him in the upcoming press. Already, there's a Bo Beanie Baby, water bowl and teddy bear -- and he just recently posed for his first official White House photo.
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President Gerald Ford (1974-77) gives his golden retriever, Liberty, some attention in the Oval Office.
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President Ford petting His Golden Retriever Liberty, in the Oval Office.
After returning to the White House, President Ronald Reagan (1981-89) and his wife Nancy receive a warm greeting from Rex, their King Charles spaniel.
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Nancy and Ronald Reagan get ready for their excited dog Rex to greet them as they disembark Marine One: -- Best Photos Ever Taken Of White House Pets -- http://www.buzzfeed.com/andrewkaczynski/the-42-best-photos-ever-taken-of-white-house-pets
After returning to White House, President Ronald Reagan & his wife Nancy receive a warm greeting from Rex, their King Charles Spaniel #dogs #animal #king #charles
President Reagan and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
President Bill Clinton (1993-2001) owned two pets, a cat named Socks and a dog named Buddy.