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Goldendoodle talked up as first dog

Breed reportedly in running for Obama family

Kathryn and Paul Yamartino walked their goldendoodles, Zuri (from left), Tino, and Kaya, outside their Acton home. There has been talk that 10-year-old Malia Obama put in a bid for a goldendoodle after her father promised a puppy for the White House. Kathryn and Paul Yamartino walked their goldendoodles, Zuri (from left), Tino, and Kaya, outside their Acton home. There has been talk that 10-year-old Malia Obama put in a bid for a goldendoodle after her father promised a puppy for the White House. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Linda Matchan
Globe Staff / November 8, 2008

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It's a key decision for the Obama administration. One misstep can result in seriously bad press. Look what happened this week to Barney, the Bush family's Scottish terrier who's in the doghouse for chomping a reporter's index finger. (Full article: 715 words)

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