A few hours ago, former president of the United States of America, Barack Obama, announced the death of his dog at age 12. In a series of tweet, Barack Obama said that he lost a true friend and a loyal companion.
Barrack Obama revealed that his late dog, Bo was a constant and gentle presence in their lives. Obama said Bo tolerated all the excitement of being in the White House, saying that he had a big bark but no bite. He concluded by saying that Bo was exactly what his family needed. He concluded by saying he'll be missed dearly.
However, note that Bo was brought to the White House shortly after Barack Obama took over in 2009. According to Bloomberg, Bo died after a battle with Cancer.
This article contains a compilation of photos that shows what Bo looked like before his sad passing away at age 12.
See beautiful photos:
(Photo: Bo on the right side)
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