Meet the First Pets of the White House -- Dogs, Cats and Yes, Even Raccoons and Alligators!
Throughout history, various political parties have occupied the White House, but it has always been a pet-friendly place. Tune into this special Oh Behave show as host Arden Moore chats with Chuck Zoeller, of The Associated Press, who unleashes some surprising facts about presidential pets dating back to John Quincy Adams and an alligator who roamed the East Room. Test your knowledge of presidential pet trivia: Name the first pet to be photographed in the White House. Which pet was the first YouTube sensation? Zoeller talks about the new pictorial book, First Pet, published by The Associated Press that celebrates White House pets through the decades. Be the first to email Arden (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the code word and win a copy of this mutts-have book!
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