Friday, November 14, 2008

First Dog Can’t Have Attitude Problem

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – President-elect Barack Obama’s new dog needs to watch the attitude, especially in the White House.

Obama is still pondering which breed of dog to add to the First Family and famous dog handler David Frei says the pup’s temperament should be the deciding factor.

Frei says the presidential pooch must have a good attitude in order to live in the White House because it’ll be surrounded by people all the time.

The Obamas can’t have a dog that gets riled up and nibbles at visitors because, in Frei’s words, “We don’t want any International incidents.”

He says President Teddy Roosevelt’s dog once bit the French Ambassador during a meeting and ripped his pants, and cringes at the possibility of a repeat offense by Obama’s pup.

Frei commends Obama for taking his time deciding on the perfect dog because it’s such a longterm commitment.

The First Family can have their pick of the litter if they watch The National Dog Show Presented By Purina November 27 on NBC, which Frei is co-hosting.

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