10 When Rutherford B. Hayes took the Oval Office in 1876, he brought his many dogs with him to the White House. But the first dog he adopted while in office was a greyhound named Grim.
11 Hayes said of Grim, "He is good-natured and neat in his habits ... and took all our hearts at once." Sadly, Grim was killed by a train not long after Hayes left office.
12 One of history's most famous greyhounds is Mick the Miller, a racing greyhound born in 1926. Although his sports career lasted only three years, Mick the Miller become arguably the most famous racing greyhound of all time.