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President Franklin D. Roosevelt pets his companion, Fala - the most famous dog in the world

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George W. Bush joked that his Scottish terrier, Barney, was the son he never had. Bush's "Barney Cam" videos, showing life at the White House from the dog's view, were an Internet sensation.

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A photo of the Roosevelts at their home in Albany, New York. Franklin went on to become the 32nd president of the United States from 1933 to 1945. This was before term limits began. Franklin served four terms as president and passed away during the fourth term.

Happiness is not a goal, it is a by-product. Paradoxically, the one sure way not to be happy is deliberately to map out a way of life in which one would please oneself completely, and exclusively. Eleanor Roosevelt (with Fala, 1951)

via President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his dog Fala. There's even a bronze statue of the pet at the FDR Memorial in Washington, D.C.