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The Scottie is the only breed of dog that has lived in the White House more than three times. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was renowned for owning a Scottie named Fala, a gift from his distant cousin, Margaret Stuckley. The President loved Fala so much that he rarely went anywhere without him. Roosevelt had several Scotties before Fala, including one named Duffy and another named Mr. Duffy. Eleanor Roosevelt had a Scottish Terrier named Meggie when the family entered the White House in 1933. More recently, President George W. Bush has owned two black Scottish terriers, Barney and Miss Beazley. Barney starred in nine films produced by the White House, including Barney Cam VII: A Red, White and Blue Christmas. Other famous people who are known to have owned Scotties include: Queen Victoria, Eva Braun, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Ed Whitfield, Rudyard Kipling and President of Poland, Lech Kaczynski. Actress Tatum O'Neal owned a Scottish Terrier. She was said to be so saddened by her dog's death to cancer and old age that she relapsed into drugs.
 
The Scottie is also renowned for being featured in the popular board game, Monopoly, as a player token. When the game was first created in the 1930s, Scotties were one of the most popular pets in the United States, and it is also one of the most popular Monopoly game tokens, according to Matt Collins, vice president of marketing for Hasbro.

In May 2007, Carnegie Mellon University named the Scottish Terrier its official mascot. The Scottie had been a long-running unofficial mascot of the university, whose founder's Scottish heritage is also honored by the official athletic nickname of "Tartans." During the opening of the May, 2007, Carnegie Mellon commencement ceremony, keynote speaker Bill Cosby, a Scottie fancier, led the university's new mascot, named Scottie, to the speaker's platform. Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia also uses the Scottie as their mascot. The dog's image is a symbol for the "Radley" brand of bags, and the "Juicy" line of clothing.

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Most Scottish Terriers live with regular folks that love dogs in general, and Scotties in particular.   However, over the years, the Scottie has captured the heart of some famous (and infamous) people as well....  Here's a partial list of well-known personalities that have been owned by a Scottie...

PERSON
SCOTTIE
Claim to Fame.....................................
Amy Alcott
Venus

Celebrated woman golfer.

Julie Andrews
Duffy

Actress, Singer.

John Barrymore
unknown

Stage actor in comedy, drama.

Lionel Barrymore
Johnny

Actor, composer, artist, author, director

Memphis Belle
Stuka

Mascot of the first United States Army Air Forces heavy bomber to complete 25 combat missions with her crew intact

Humphrey Bogart

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Humphrey Bogart and "Sluggy"

Sluggy

Ranked as the greatest male star in the history of American cinema.

Charles Boyer
unknown

French film actor between 1920 and 1976

Eva Braun
Stasi and Negus

Adolf Hitler's mistress, then wife.

Warner Brothers
Whiskers

American movie studio.

Jimmy Buffett
Alice

Singer, songwriter, author, film producer.

George W. Bush

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Barney and Ms Beazley

43rd President of the United States

David Cook

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Dublin
Singer - winner of American Idol, season 7.
Joan Crawford

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Puki
American Film Actress
Betty Davis

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Meg, Tibby & McTavish
American Film Actress
Laraine Day
Butch
American Film Actress
Dwight Eisenhower
Telek, Skunkie and Caacie
34th President of the United States
Stu Erwin
Stormy Weather
Stage, Film, Television Actor
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Mishka
Stage, Film, Television Actress
Dustin Hoffman
Sandy
Stage, Film, Television Actor

Betty Hutton

unknown

American actress, comedienne

Rudyard Kipling

unknown

English poet, writer, novelist

Bert Lahr

Barry

Actor (The Lion in Wizard of Oz)

Dorothy LaMour

Peanuts

Film Actress (Crosby/Hope 'road pictures')

Charles Lindbergh

Skean, Bogey

American Aviator

Alice Roosevelt Longworth

Sandy

Teddy Roosevelt's eldest child

Ida Lupino

Edward

English Actress/Director

Rue McClanahan

Harrod

Stage, Television Actress

Ali McGraw

Amtrak, Jemima

American Film Actress

Liza Minelli

Lilly

Stage and Film Actress/Singer

Dorothy Parker

Daisy

Poet, Writer, Critic, Satirist

Walter Pidgeon

unknown

Canadian Film Actor

Lily Pons

unknown

French/American opera star

Ella Raines

Nugget

1940s Film Actress

Bonnie Raitt

unknown

Singer, Songwriter, Musician

Basil Rathbone

unknown

Actor, known for portrayals of Sherlock Holmes

Ronald Reagan

Scotch and Soda

40th President of the United States, Actor

Eleanor Roosevelt

Meggie

First Lady of the United States, wife of FDR

Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR)

Fala

32nd President of the United States

Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt

Jessie

26th President of the United States

Anne Shirley

unknown

1930s American Film Actress

Ann Sothern

Doonie

1950s American Television Actress

Sally Struthers

Bob

1970s Television Actress

Shirley Temple

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Corky

American Film Child Star

Marlo Thomas

unknown

American Television Actress, Producer

James Thurber

Jeannie

American writer, cartoonist, wit

S.S. VanDines

unknown

American Art Critic, Author

Queen Victoria

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Laddie

Queen of England, Ireland

E.B. White

unknown

Author of Children's Books

Katherine White

Daisy

Writer, Magazine Editor

Ron White

Birdie and Bogey

Comedian

Lech Kaczynski

unknown

Former President of Poland

Jane Wyman

Scotch and Soda

American Singer, Dancer, Actress

Tatum O'Neal

Lena

American actress. Youngest person ever to win a competitive Academy Award,  which she won at the age of 10.

Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis 

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Hootchie

Former First lady of the United States, wife of John F. Kennedy.

Lady & The Tramp

Jock

Jock was one of the stars of the first feature-length films whose cast was nearly all dogs.

Capt. Verinis

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Stuka

The origin of this photo is unknown.  Capt. Verinis was a WWII fighter pilot, and his mascot was a Scottish Terrier named Stuka.

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