Which U. S. President’s dog ripped a French ambassador’s pants off at the White House?

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Theodore Roosevelt.
Theodore Roosevelt’s Bull Terrier, Pete.

Pete, became famous in history as the dog that terrorized the White House. While at the White House, between 1905 and 1908, Pete threatened many people, had a taste of at least five White House visitors, including a French ambassador and even sunk his teeth into the flesh of a Naval officer.

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