Roosevelt's Dogs

Roosevelt's Dogs


President Franklin D. Roosevelt kept a total of 11 dogs at the White House during his 12 years and one month in residence.


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President Franklin D. Roosevelt kept a total of 11 dogs at the White House during his 12 years and one month in residence between 4 March 1933 and 12 April 1945. In addition to his famous Scottish Terrier Fala, Roosevelt also shared his home with two red setters, a bullmastiff, a retriever, a bulldog, a Llewellin Setter, a terrier, a great dane, a sheepdog, and a German Shepherd dog.


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