Comments on First Dog Gets Ready for Public Debut

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esther   indianapolis, IN

4/26/2009 2:03:54 PM

i think people should mind their own business!!! who cares what kind of dog they get,whos it gonna effect!!! people get way to wrapped up in these kind of things all the time. Small things that dont even effect them!

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lala   salinas, CA

4/24/2009 2:33:13 PM

He is an adorable dog, I just feel let down for obama had said he was going to get a mutt like him from a shelter. sm from glendale Iagree!

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S.M.   Glendale, AZ

4/15/2009 5:27:32 PM

Why would anyone think that dear President Obama would keep his word on getting a shelter dog when he doesn't keep his word on political affairs. He's not going to lower himself and go to a shelter to adopt a mutt. Get real!!

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karen   little rock, AR

4/14/2009 6:37:09 PM

They really should be ashamed of theirselves!Who cares if it's purebreed or not.Who cares where they got him??People are so vane!!!!!

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Galadriel   Lothlorien, ME

4/14/2009 6:33:23 PM

It makes no difference to me what type of dog they have.

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Jenn   Wheaton, IL

4/14/2009 5:32:33 PM

Cute dog!

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Future Pet Vet   Vero Beach, FL

4/14/2009 4:00:09 PM

That is great. Either way, if the Obama's adopted a mutt from a shelter or a purebred like Bo. They still helped give a dog a good home.


Actually, it is like the same thing as getting a rescue dog. Because Bo was rescued. His former owners had to give him up. I also agree with
Michelle.

Bo is adorable. I am happy Sasha and Malia got their new puppy. I hope he has a long happy life.


P.S. I think people need to stop being so judgemental. We should be happy that they were able to give a dog a good home. Even if he was not from a shelter. They did look at shelters, but could not find what they were looking for.

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S   3 Oaks, MI

4/14/2009 2:53:02 PM

Probably the most important thing is they found a dog that will hopefully be a good match & have a permanent home. A purebred probably was the best choice in this situation, it is too bad it wasn't a shelter dog!

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Julie   Lewiston, ME

4/14/2009 1:16:44 PM

It is too bad he couldn't get a shelter dog but I understand that he had to do what was right for his girls.

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Michelle   Wilmington, OH

4/14/2009 8:11:43 AM

Since they couldn't find a hypo-allergenic breed at the shelter, I find nothing wrong with accepting this breed that was. His young daughters have been waiting & waiting for a dog...they shouldn't have to wait any longer. I participate in private rescue and if you have certain circumstances as allergies (like myself) you have to make the choice that is good for you & your family. I just love & appreciate that our Presidential families have love for animals and that is a great testimony of our country.

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Diane   Lockport, NY

4/14/2009 6:23:03 AM

This is SO NOT a rescue dog, shame on the Obama's!

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D   Indy, IN

4/14/2009 6:20:38 AM

I was disappointed, too. Obama should not have said anything about getting a dog from a shelter if he knew his daughter had allergies and needed a specific breed.

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Moonlight   Henrico, VA

4/14/2009 4:47:29 AM

I'm a Democrat and I have to say, they should have adopted

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Mike Licht   Washington, DC

4/14/2009 4:23:58 AM

Do Portuguese Water Dogs eat
linguiça?


See


http://notionscapital.wordpress. com/2009/04/12/bo-obama-first-dog/

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lala   salinas, CA

4/13/2009 6:37:48 PM

adorable dog but I am disappointed

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VG   jackson, AL

4/13/2009 5:39:14 PM

interesting

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SPK   somewhere, TX

4/13/2009 3:22:09 PM

Finally the president has a dog! Although I personally prefer mutts over pure-bred dogs, I am perfectly fine with the choice. Cute pup too :)

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