Why is the presidents dog (Bo) making news of him playing in the snow?”
First family’s dog romps in the white stuff The White House was holiday card-perfect Saturday night behind the falling snow. On Sunday, snow crews pierced the silence of newly fallen snow with all kinds of motorized snow equipment clearing walkways and driveways. After all, it’s a busy week of politics with the looming health care vote that could pass on Christmas Eve. Bo, the first family’s Portuguese water dog, became a Portuguese snow dog. He frolicked around in the white stuff, blissfully ignoring the cameras. It was no photo op for Bo. The snow was novel to Bo, but President Barack Obama said the heavy snowfall made him feel like he was back home in Chicago.
If Barack Obama thought running for President was hard, he may have taken on an even tougher challenge. Just hours after the arrival of new dog Bo, the most powerful man in the world seemed in danger of being pulled off his feet by his new puppy. The Portuguese water dog put his owners through their paces on the White House lawn – leaving them struggling to keep up. barack obama and bo barack obama and bo barack obama and bo Tough challenge: Barack Obama is almost pulled off his feet by new dog Bo, much to the amusement of daughters Malia (left) and Sasha And when he was taken over to meet the massed White House press corps, Bo once again showed he had a mind of his own and attempted to make a break for freedom. ‘It’s a little pressure here,’ the President joked before revealing that water dogs ‘like tomatoes – so Michelle’s garden is in danger. The commander in chief laid down some rules for Bo’s residency at the White House. Asked by a reporter where the dog would sleep, the presiden