From Labradors to Terriers, here’s looking at some of the famous presidential pooches.

Emmanuel Macron
French President Emmanuel Macron with his wife Brigitte adopted a two years old black Labrador Cross Griffon, Nemo. Macron shared Nemo’s image on his social media where Nemo and Brigitte were enjoying playing in the gardens of Elysee Palace.

Emmanuel Macron

Justin Trudeau
The Canadian Prime Minister wins hearts for his good deeds and good look. Recently, the PM’s family got even cuter when he got home an 11 weeks old female Portuguese water dog, Kenzie. The fluffy ball is indeed a special addition to the family and has become the apple of their eyes.

Barack Obama
The Obama family has always had special place in their heart and home for canine companions. Seeing daddy Obama play with his two furry babies, Bo and Sunny (Portuguese water dogs) is such a happy sight. Both the boys are a sensation on the internet and happily pose for pictures with the entire family.

Vladimir Putin
Yume and Buffy send love from Russia. Both the dogs were gifted to Putin and have now become a part of the family. While Yume is an Akita puppy (gift by Japanese PM), Buffy is a Bulgarian shepherd dog. The Putin family also had a female black Labrador, Konni, who died in 2014.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
Meet Lupo, English Cocker Spaniel who has been seen posing for pictures with Duke, Duchess, and Prince George. Lupo has been credited with raising the profile of the breed in the UK by the Kennel Club.

Bill Clinton
Clinton family has always had pets. During his rule in 1994, White House was home to Socks, the cat. And when Bill Clinton returned to White House in 1999, he was accompanied by Buddy, a beautiful chocolate brown Labrador Retriever.