The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

• The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

In the history of independence in the United States was headed by the president of 44, and 32 of them were dogs. Our selection of photographs will acquaint you with the most devoted friends of American presidents.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

The family of US President John F. Kennedy celebrates Christmas at the White House, December 25, 1962.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

pet Obama family, a Portuguese Water Dog named Bo, frolics in the snow during a blizzard on the lawn near the White House, February 10, 2010.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

Franklin Delano Roosevelt with his German shepherd Majora at the wheel of the car, parked near his estate in Hyde Park, New York, the mid-1930s.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

President Ronald Reagan in advance gives his wife Nancy Reagan Christmas gift - a dog breed Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named Rex, 6 December 1985.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

The First Lady Barbara Bush and her nine year old granddaughter Barbara Bush with springer spaniel named Millie, September 13, 1991.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

George W. Bush and his Scottish terrier Barney, September 28, 2007.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

Lyndon Johnson and beagles his daughter Lucy, who called He and She, in the hallway of the White House, December 21, 1963.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

Bill Clinton with a puppy Labrador retriever, which later would be called Buddy, December 9, 1997.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

Herbert Hoover with his dog named King Tut, 1930.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

Lyndon Johnson with one of his beagles named He, surrounded by a crowd of reporters in Washington, DC, May 2, 1964.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

Obama Family Dog, Bo and Sunny, in the State Dining Room of the White House, February 10, 2014.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

Fluff - Soviet cosmonaut puppy dog ​​arrows that Nikita Khrushchev gave US President John F. Kennedy on the lawn near the White House, August 14, 1963.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

Warren and Florence Harding with his dog on the balcony of the White House, about 1922.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

US first lady Nancy Reagan and his dog named Rex near the White House, June 13, 1986.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

First Lady Grace Coolidge and her collie named Rob Roy, June 1, 1926.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

Richard Nixon with his dogs: Irish setter named King Timah, Yorkshire terrier Pasha and Vicki poodle near the White House, April 30, 1970.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

English Springer Spaniel George W. Bush named Spot sports on the lawn near the White House, January 23, 2001. Spot was one of the Milli puppies, George HW Bush dog.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

Franklin Delano Roosevelt with his Scottish terrier named Tola, August 3, 1941.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

The dog named Buddy meets his host, President Bill Clinton at the White House, August 12, 1998.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

Barack and Michelle Obama with their dogs Sunny and Bo in the Blue Room of the White House, November 5, 2013.

The first US dogs: Pets of American presidents from Harding to Obama

Gerald Ford and his Golden Retriever named Liberty, donated by his daughter Susan Ford and his personal photographer David Hume Kennerly in the White House, February 2, 1975.