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King Timahoe, Vicky and Pasha, Nixon Dogs, 1970

President Nixon's dogs King Timahoe, Vicky, and Pasha sit in a row and peer out of a White House window, December 1, 1970. King Timahoe, hamlet in County Kildare, Ireland, where Nixon's ancestors were from, was a gift from Nixon's staff in 1969. The family arrived at the White House with two dogs: daughter Julie's French poodle, Vicky, and daughter Julie's Yorkshire terrier, Pasha. King Timahoe, or Tim as he was called, appears to have gotten along well with the smaller dogs. The three of them lived in a heated enclosure and dog run located just behind the West Wing. King Timahoe lived to be 11 years old. He died in 1979.

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