There's a new member of the Obama family in Washington. Sunny – a female Portuguese Water Dog – is joining Bo as "first pet," the White House announced Monday.
Photos showed the all-black animal roaming the White House North Lawn with what appeared to be a pink flamingo dog toy.
Bo, a male of the same breed, came to the White House shortly after the Obamas first arrived at the White House in 2009. The coats of Portuguese Water Dogs are hypoallergenic, meaning Sunny and Bo won't affect first daughter Malia's canine allergies.
In a post on the White House's website, Sunny is described as "full of energy and very affectionate," whose name was chosen to "fit her cheerful personality."
She was born in Michigan, and is just over a year old, the White House said.
The Obamas made a donation to the Washington Humane Society in honor of their newest pet, the White House said.
Bo first arrived at the White House in April 2009, after months of speculation about which type of dog the Obamas would bring into the executive mansion. Obama made a campaign promise to his daughters that if he was elected president, they would get a new pet.
While the president originally expressed a desire to adopt a shelter dog, Bo eventually won out for his non-allergenic coat. He came from a breeder that was also favored by the late Senator Ted Kennedy.
CNN contributed to this report.