George W. Bush
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presidential dogs
AFP/Paul Richards


presidential dogs
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presidential dogs
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White House Photo Essay on Beazley's Introduction


presidential dogs
AP Photo/Ken Lambert


George W. Bush
AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite


George W. Bush
REUTERS/Larry Downing


presidential dogs
REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang


George W. Bush
REUTERS/Larry Downing


on stairs
AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais


George W. Bush
AP Photo/Joe Cavaretta


on stairs


Good Barney
AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite


George W. Bush
AP Photo/Doug Mills


barney dragging
AP Photo/Ken Lambert


on stairs
REUTERS/Larry Downing


George W. Bush
AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite


George W. Bush
REUTERS/Larry Downing


Good Barney
REUTERS/Larry Downing


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George kisses Barney
AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite


on stairs
AP Photo/Joe Marquette


presidential dogs
AP Photo/Doug Mills




J. Scott Applewhite:
Pulitzer Prize Winner: Feature Category, and another and another

Larry Downing:
Has worked at the White House since the Carter administration; covered the White House for Newsweek; winner of the 1989 Milo Award from the Photographers Association Dinner; Award of Excellence for 9-11

Pablo Martinez Monsivais:
1999 Pulitzer Prize Winner: Feature Category,
1999 World Press Photo: People in the News Category,
White House News Photo. Assoc. 2003 Insiders Washington: Third Place
June 9 - June 15, 2001 TIME Picture of the Week,

Kevin Lamarque:
Simply amazing art photograph
Olympic and World competition sports photographer
Senate Press Photographer
White House News Photo. Assoc. 2003 Sports: Award of Excellence;
Presidential: Second Place

Ron Edmonds:
Won Pulitizer Prize 1982;
Worked for the Honolulu Star Bulletin from 1977-1977;
Exhibition: Dec 1998 - Feb 1999, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden, Icons of Public Memory



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Feb 21, 9:00 PM (ET)

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush's dog Spot, the 15-year-old English springer spaniel who had remained eager to please despite increasing health troubles, died Saturday. Bush and his wife, Laura, went along with a veterinarian's recommendation to put Spotty, as the longtime Bush family pet was known, to sleep, according to White House spokesman Allen Abney. She had suffered a series of strokes recently, including one this week, he said.

"The president and Mrs. Bush and the entire Bush family are deeply saddened by the passing of Spot," White House press secretary Scott McClellan said Saturday in a statement. "A loyal and loving companion, Spot was a beloved member of the Bush family for nearly 15 years. She will be missed."

Spot was no stranger to the White House. She was born there to Millie, the well-known dog of Bush's parents, former President George H.W. Bush and his wife, Barbara, in 1989.

The friendly brown-and-white spaniel was regularly seen ambling around the West Wing and the South Lawn alongside the more energetic other Bush dog, Barney, a black 3-year-old Scottish terrier.

The two dogs were routinely brought out to greet the president upon his return to the White House from trips, no matter the hour, and often traveled with the Bushes to Texas or Camp David. Spot was always the more obedient, dutifully clambering onto a helicopter or Air Force One with no prompting while Bush often had to chase Barney down and hand him off to an aide to be carried aboard.

Mrs. Bush has often said that - especially with Bushes' two daughters off at college - talking about and playing with the dogs and the family's much more reclusive cat, Willy, make up a significant portion of the First Couple's entertainment.

presidential dogs
Reuters/Mannie Garcia





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