Yuki 23 votes (4.43/5)

President Lyndon Johnson and his beloved Yuki liked to perform in the Oval Office. Here, the president “sings” with Yuki as the U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain, David K.E. Bruce, watches. Feb. 6, 1968 photo by Yoichi R. Okamoto.

Yuki with Patrick Lyndon Nugent, the president’s grandson. Aug. 27, 1968 photo by Yoichi R. Okamoto.

Yuki was found at a Texas gas station by Johnson’s daughter Luci. He was one of the President’s favorite dogs. President Johnson also had two beagles, which he named Him and Her.

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