George Washington bred a new dog breed, the American Foxhound, by crossbreeding his Black and Tan Coonhounds with French Hounds
Abraham Lincoln's dog, Fido, had a special legacy and accompanied him on walks before his presidency. Fido struggled with the demands of the White House, leading to the decision to send him to live with a friend.
Theodore Roosevelt's Bull Terrier, Pete, gained fame for biting ankles and chasing a French Ambassador up a tree. Pete was sent away but later reunited with the Roosevelts.
Franklin D. Roosevelt's Scottish Terrier, Fala, had his own secretary and a statue in his honor. Fala was treated like royalty and attended FDR's funeral.
The Coolidge family had 23 pets in the White House, including a beloved White Collie named Rob Roy.
Famous dog with a unique story: space-flying parent, Russian spy rumors, and role in nuclear crisis, thanks to Jackie Kennedy's request.
Lucky, the Reagans' Bouvier des Flandres, named after Mrs. Reagan's mother, found a happy home at their California Ranch and inspired a famous museum.
Millie, the beloved presidential dog, inspired a bestselling book and a popular dog park in Houston, TX.
Buddy, named after President Clinton's uncle, gained a devoted following with fan clubs and websites dedicated to him, according to Animal Planet.
Collies: legendary herders, strong, loyal, affectionate, responsive, and fast. Suited for active families, high-energy, loves movement.