This is a list of pets belonging to United States Presidents and their families,
while serving their ... He's Scotch and all these allegations about spending all this
money have just made his .....
Mar 1, 2016 ... As the fifth president of the United States, James Monroe had big shoes to fill,
including those of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington.
Presidential Pets. U.S. presidents and their families have typically liked animals.
Creatures from mice to ... James Monroe, a spaniel. John Quincy Adams, an ...
Feb 11, 2016 ... Fun facts and trivia about James Monroe and the US Presidents and First Ladies.
... Three electors abstained and (rumor has it) one voted for John Quincy Adams
so no ... Monroe had several pets while in the White House.
Learn about all of the pets who have lived in The White House since the first ...
JAMES MONROE – James Monroe had a black spaniel that belonged to his
granddaughter. ... JAMES GARFIELD – An ironic and humorous name for a dog,
president ... a few terriers, but none grabbed the spotlight quite like Fala the
How many dogs have lived in the White House? ... Having a dog in the White
House is nothing new, as 32 U.S. presidents undoubtedly found comfort in the
loyalty, ... James Monroe (Democrat-Republican): 5th U.S. President (1817-1825)
James Monroe owned a Spaniel. ... Grover Cleveland was believed to have
owned a Poodle. ... Woodrow Wilson did not own a dog whilst he was President.
Does the choice of pet reveal anything about the President? ... JAMES MONROE
... Polk had a number of horses at the White House, but no names have been ...
President Harrison had a goat named Whiskers a dog-named Dash and an ...
That shows how popular James Monroe was. ..... Pets: horse (no name found)
Sports/Hobbies: He did not play sports, or have a lot of ..... Didn't have any pets
Feb 22, 2016 ... Thing we were happiest to learn: Teddy Roosevelt actually did have a live ...
Nearly as disappointing, Johnson seems to be the only president who didn't bring
any pets to the ... James Monroe was president from 1817–1825.