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First Lady Barbara Bush poses on the Truman Balcony of the White House with her dog Millie (1985-1997) in January 1990.

First Lady Barbara Bush poses on the Truman Balcony of the White House with her dog Millie (1985-1997) in January 1990.

Former president George H.W. Bush enjoys some face-to-face time with his wife Barbara’s springer spaniel, Millie, in Houston. The Bushes also kept one of Millie’s puppies, Ranger, as a pet.

Former president George H.W. Bush enjoys some face-to-face time with his wife Barbara’s springer spaniel, Millie, in Houston. The Bushes also kept one of Millie’s puppies, Ranger, as a pet.

Barbara  Bush’s dog Millie. The former first dog, springer spaniel, Millie, may be the most famous animal with lupus. The disease in canines is very similar to the human version, having the same symptoms, such as fatigue, hair loss, joint pain, and skin problems. Like humans, dogs can lead healthy lives with lupus if they receive effective treatment to quell their overactive immune systems. (Millie lived to be 12.)

9 Celebrities With Lupus

Barbara Bush’s dog Millie. The former first dog, springer spaniel, Millie, may be the most famous animal with lupus. The disease in canines is very similar to the human version, having the same symptoms, such as fatigue, hair loss, joint pain, and skin problems. Like humans, dogs can lead healthy lives with lupus if they receive effective treatment to quell their overactive immune systems. (Millie lived to be 12.)

President Bush's dog Millie is the only First Pet to write a book. Millie had puppies while President Bush was in office, and her puppies all went to good homes. Ranger, one of Millie's puppies, is pictured here with President Bush.

President Bush's dog Millie is the only First Pet to write a book. Millie had puppies while President Bush was in office, and her puppies all went to good homes. Ranger, one of Millie's puppies, is pictured here with President Bush.

Barbara Bush and Friends

Barbara Bush and Friends

America's First Ladies: Barbara Bush: The wife of President George H.W. Bush, Barbara Bush admitted during a 2003 interview that she doesn¿t watch TV. Instead, she reads, and has pushed for literacy awareness, much like her daughter in law, Laura Bush.

From Martha to Michelle: The changing faces (and fashions) of America's 43 First Ladies

America's First Ladies: Barbara Bush: The wife of President George H.W. Bush, Barbara Bush admitted during a 2003 interview that she doesn¿t watch TV. Instead, she reads, and has pushed for literacy awareness, much like her daughter in law, Laura Bush.

At Home With Presidential Families - Traditional Home® President George H. W. Bush, 1989-1993 First Dogs Ranger and Millie’s outfits  match Mrs. Bush’s gray sweatsuit in the Residence of the White House in January 1991.  Photograph courtesy of the George Bush Presidential Library

At Home With Presidential Families - Traditional Home® President George H. W. Bush, 1989-1993 First Dogs Ranger and Millie’s outfits match Mrs. Bush’s gray sweatsuit in the Residence of the White House in January 1991. Photograph courtesy of the George Bush Presidential Library

President George H. W. and Barbara Bush, with dog, Millie; Walker's Point, Kennebunkport, Maine, 1991

President George H. W. and Barbara Bush, with dog, Millie; Walker's Point, Kennebunkport, Maine, 1991

First Lady ★ Barbara Bush

First Lady ★ Barbara Bush

First Ladies Barbara Bush, Nancy Reagan, Rosalynn Carter, Betty Ford, Pat Nixon, and Lady Bird Johnson at the Dedication of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library , 11/04/1991 So many first ladies! @Donna Louise

First Ladies Barbara Bush, Nancy Reagan, Rosalynn Carter, Betty Ford, Pat Nixon, and Lady Bird Johnson at the Dedication of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library , 11/04/1991 So many first ladies! @Donna Louise

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