Lucey is a slobbering 18-month-old pooch whose human family dreams of making her a therapy dog.
Thousands turned out for the 136th annual White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, and the big bunny wasn't the only furry face people were clamoring to see.
First dogs Sunny and Bo Obama were two of the famous names on hand for the event, which also featured appearances by singer Ariana Grande and Jim Carrey.
According to The Washington Post, the crowd screamed when they laid eyes on the pups, who donned red leashes on the South Lawn where more than 30,000 guests were invited by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to enjoy egg hunting, face painting and obstacle courses.
Looks like Katy Perry won't be the only one "Roar"-ing during her world tour!
The singer took to Instagram on Wednesday to debut the newest member of her animal family.
"Meet my new Prismatic World Tour mascot, BUTTERS!" she wrote, hashtagging the photo "#nolongerjustacatlady."
At least one prospective juror in New Jersey could take a bite out of crime.
Cumberland County has summoned IV Griner to jury duty. The only problem is that IV is a 5-year-old German shepherd.
Owner Barrett Griner IV tells KYW-TV in Philadelphia he figured out the mistake as soon as the summons arrived at his Bridgeton, N.J., home. He uses the Roman numeral for four in his name, whereas his dog is named using the letters "I'' and "V."
One of these things is not like the other … and that's what makes it adorable!
Photographer Grace Chon has been capturing images of her 10-month-old son, Jasper, and the family's rescue pup, Zoey, dressed in matching clothes for the past three months.
Whether it's party hats or hoodies the two are modeling, they're always happy to pose for the camera – or just be in each other's company.
Yep, it's puppy love!
Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen adopted a beagle-foxhound mix last fall, and he still couldn't be happier.
"I'm madly in love," Cohen told PEOPLE at the ASPCA's 17th Annual Bergh Ball Gala in New York City Thursday night. "My assistant, on the way out tonight, was saying she's never seen me with this look in my eye, and it's true."
There's nothing we love more than a good holiday, and today marks just about the greatest one of all (sorry, Christmas): National Pet Day.
Choosing to stay away from the ongoing dog vs. cat debate, we here at PEOPLE Pets are celebrating by sharing our favorite photos of camaraderie; the rare moments when dogs and cats play nice.
Below, you'll find five of our favorites, and the perfect dose of cuteness to kick off your weekend.
Have you ever called a politician a bonehead? Think the world would be a better place if pets made all major life decisions? Even the ones that have nothing to do with bacon or the mailman? You might want to consider moving to Divide, Colo.
Pa Kettle the bloodhound has been elected mayor of the small mountain town, reports the Associated Press. He beat out 10 other animals competing for the unofficial title in an online race benefiting the Teller County Regional Animal Shelter. Each vote raised $1 for the rescue, and the election also spotlighted groups such as Teller County Search and Rescue (for which Pa Kettle works as a search-and-rescue hound).
Romeo the boxer had never eaten a cheeseburger, gotten a pedicure or traveled in a cop car before.
So when he was diagnosed with inoperable bone cancer, his owner Riina Cooke created a bucket list for him. This way, Romeo could spend his final days living out his hopes and dreams (and, of course, bond with his owners).
"When I found out [about the diagnosis], I was in shock," Cooke, of British Columbia, Canada, told Today. "He watched me cry, and he would get upset when I got upset because he was a very sensitive dog. It took a couple of days to digest, but then I took him to the park, and we started putting together the bucket list."
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