George W. Bush
Barney, Scottish Terrier
Socks the cat who did not get along with Buddy, the chocolate Labrador Retriever .
Millie, Springer Spaniel and Ranger, one of Millie's puppies
Lucky, Bouvier des Flandres who had natural ears and was sent to the ranch as she grew too big, and who was replaced by Rex, a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel
Also: dogs and horses at ranch
Grits, dog given to Amy by her teacher that was later returned and Misty Malarky Ying Yang, Amy Carter's Siamese cat
Liberty, Golden Retriever who had a litter of pups while at the White House, and there was also Shan, Susan Ford's Siamese cat.
Checkers, Richard Nixon's dog while vice president, and while he was at the White House there were Vicky, the Poodle,Pasha, Terrier and King Timahoe, an Irish Setter
Lyndon B. Johnson
Beagle and Little Beagle and Him and Her, also beagles.Blanco, a white Collie and the famous Yuki, mongrel dog.
There were also Hamsters and lovebirds
John F. Kennedy
Charlie, Caroline Kennedy's Welsh terrier Tom Kitten, a cat and Robin, a canary. Bluebell and Marybelle, parakeets and Macaroni, Caroline Kennedy's pony. Tex and Leprechaun, ponies, and Debbie and Billie, hamsters. Pushinka, Shannon, Wolf, and Clipper– dogs Butterfly, White Tips, Blackie and Streaker– Pushinka and Charlie's pups. Also Zsa Zsa, a rabbit, and Sardar, Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy's horse
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Harry S. Truman
Feller, the unwanted dog
Mike, Margaret Truman's Irish Setter
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Major, German Shepherd, Meggie, Scotch Terrier, Winks, Llewellyn Setter, Tiny, English Sheepdog, President, Great Dane, and his faithful and loyal famous companion, Fa la, the Scottish Terrier. There was also Blaze, Elliot Roosevelt's Mastiff
King Tut, police dog,Big Ben and Sonnie, Fox Terriers.Glen, Scotch Collie, Yukon, Eskimo dog, Patrick, Wolfhound, Eaglehurst Gillette, Setter Weejie, an Elkhound, and Pat, police dog.
Calvin and Grace Coolidge literally had a zoo at the White House. Most famous and beloved was the white collie, purchased from Thomas and Olive shover who owned "Shomont White Collies". They also entertained and cared for: Peter Pan, a Terrier, Paul Pry, an Airedale, that was originally named Laddie Buck. and Rob Roy, a white Collie, originally named Oshkosh. Also popular was Calamity Jane, a Shetland Sheepdog. Tiny Tim, a Chow, Blackberry, also a Chow, and Ruby Rough, a brown Collie. They also had Boston Beans, a bulldog, King Kole, a police dog, Bessie, a yellow collie, Palo Alto, a bird dog, and Nip and Tuck, canaries. Snowflake, was also a white canary and Old Bill was a thrush. Enoch, was a goose and they had a Mockingbird belonging to Mrs. Grace Coolidge. Finally there was Tiger, an alley cat,Blacky, another cat and Rebecca and Horace, raccoons. We must not forget Ebenezer, the donkey and Smokey, a bobcat. Given to them by dignitaries from other countries there was also: lion cubs, wallaby,a pigmy hippo, and a bear
Laddie Boy, an Airedale was a famous pet of Warren Harding and he also had Old Boy, an English Bulldog and there were Canaries belonging to Mrs. Florence Harding.
Old Ike, the tobacco-chewing ram and Sheep that grazed on the White House lawn during Wilson's administration.
Pauline Wayne, last cow at the White House
Bleistein, Roosevelt's favorite horse: Renown, Roswell, Rusty, Jocko, Root, Grey, Dawn, Wyoming, and Yangenka, were all horses. General and Judge, were carriage horses, Algonquian, was Archie Roosevelt's calico ponyand Pete, a bull terrier was a favorite pet. There was also Sailor Boy, a Chesapeake Retriever, Jack, Kermit Roosevelt's terrier,Skip, a mongrel, Manchu, Alice Roosevelt's spaniel, Emily Spinach, Alice Roosevelt's snake; snakes belonging to Quentin Roosevelt, Eli Yale a Macaw also belonging to Quentin Roosevelt, Tom Quartz, cat, Slippers, cat, Josiah, badger, Dewey Senior, Dewey Junior, Bob Evans, Bishop Doan, and Father O'Grady, all guinea pigs
Also: lion, hyena, wildcat, coyote, five bears, two parrots, zebra, barn owl, snakes, lizards, rats, roosters, raccoon
Mexican double-yellow-headed parrot
Dogs and billy goat belonging to grandchildren
Canaries and mockingbirds belonging to Mrs. Frances Cleveland and her Japanese poodle.
Chester A. Arthur
No trace of any pets with Chester A. Arthur nor little information remains regarding his administration.
Kit, Molly Garfield's mare and a dog named Veto.
Pedigreed Jersey cows, the first Siamese Kitten to reach America, Hector and Nellie, Shepherd dogs, one goat, four canaries, two hunting pups, and one spaniel type dog named Duke. Also four kittens, one Mockingbird, and several Carriage horses.
Ulysses S. Grant
Jeff Davis, wartime mount, Cincinnatus, saddle horse, Egypt and St. Louis, carriage horses,Julia, a racing horse, Reb and Billy Button, Shetland ponies, Jennie and Mary, Nellie Grant's mares, Butcher Boy, a horse and a Parrot and Gamecocks belonging to Jesse Grant, and Faithful, Jesse Grant's Newfoundland.
It is known that President Johnson left flour out at night for a family of mice playing in his room during his dark days of impeachment.
A Pig, Their beloved childhood pet, Fido, and Ponies belonging to Tad and Willy Lincoln. A white rabbit and Nanny and Nanko, Tad Lincoln's goats. Jack, Tad Lincoln's turkey, Jip, Lincoln's' dog and also cats and dogs.
A herd of Elephants from the King of Siam and a pair of Bald Eagles, and a Newfoundland named Lara.
No animals were known to have resided at the White house during his tenure.
Fillmore was a founding member and president of the Buffalo chapter of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Old Whitey, a wartime mount and Also a shortlived canary that they called Johnny Ty who died shortly after they tried to pair him with a mate only to discover it too was a male. Zachary Taylor provided a home on the White House grounds for Old Whitey. There was a serious problem for Whitey, however. Many of the visitors to the White House pulled a hair or two from Whitey’s tail for a souvenir.
James K. Polk
It is said Polk learned to ride before he could walk and had a great love of horses, but no Presidential Pets are discovered to date.
The General, a horse, and a pair of Italian Wolfhounds that he imported for his wife, Julia. The grey hound named Le Beau came from the consul of Naples "to grace the White House lawn". When The General died, Tyler had a grave dug on his estate, Sherwood. Over the grave, he had a headstone placed with the following inscription: “Here lies the body of my good horse ‘The General.’ For twenty years he bore me around the circuit of my practice, and in all that time he never made a blunder. Would that his master could say the same! John Tyler.”
William Henry Harrison
Billy goat and a new Durham cow for the White House.
Martin Van Buren
A pair of Tiger cubs given to him by the Sultan of Oman which Congress bade him to send to the zoo.
Sam Patches, his wartime mount, and Emily, Lady Nashville and Bolivia, racing fillies. Truxton,a champion race horse and other ponies.
John Quincy Adams
An Alligator given to him by the Marquis de Lafayette and Silkworms belonging to Mrs. Louisa Adams
Spaniel belonging to Maria Monroe
Green parrot belonging to Mrs. Dolly Madison
Mockingbird and two Briards, a gift from General Lafayette.
Favorite Horse, Cleopatra. He built the first White House Stables and had Juno and Satan, Abigails two dogs.
Samson, Steady, Leonidas, Traveller, Magnolia and other stallions. Nelson and Blueskin, horses used during the Revolution, and a Horse given to Washington by Gen. Braddock. Drunkard, Mopsey, Taster, Cloe, Tipsy, Tipler, Forester, Captain, Lady Rover, Vulcan, Sweetlips, and Searcher, all hounds; and five French hounds. Rozinante, Nellie Custis' horse, and a Parrot belonged to Mrs. Martha Washington