Can you pick these Presidential Pets? All the way back to George Washington, U.S. presidents and their families have almost always had pets while serving in office. Cats, dogs, horses, ponies, birds, and more exotic animals have been resident White House pets. And many presidential pets have become celebrities in their own right, like Warren G. Harding’s dog, Laddie Boy and Franklin D. Roosevelt’s dog, Fala. In honor of pets, we’ve put together this fun trivia quiz for pet loving history buffs. Test your knowledge while learning some interesting, and sometimes bizarre, White House history.
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The Health Benefits of Owning a Dog?
The benefits of owning a furry friend goes beyond love and companionship. Dog owners have lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol levels, fewer hearts attacks, and, in general, fewer medical problems. This could be, in part, because dog owners typically walk their dog, which is part of a healthy lifestyle.
Dogs also encourage humans to be more social. Studies indicate that 40% of people reported making friends much easier as the result of owning a dog. That incomparable happy and warm feeling we get when our furry friend greets us at the door each day, makes it easy to see why dog owners have the lowest response to stress and greater contentment in life. Dogs truly make us better people! The bond between dogs and humans is a remarkable and beautiful thing.
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