Elizabeth Warren has really taken summer 2019 by storm. The Massachusetts senator is one of many Democratic presidential candidates hoping to run against President Donald Trump in this upcoming election. And she's been really owning it. Always full of energy and passion and focused on the task at hand. You know, all the hallmarks of a dog person. While I might not base all of my voting decisions on canine love, Elizabeth Warren's dog Bailey should definitely be the official First Dog in the White House. I mean, he already has a pretty solid following on social media and is perhaps the most charming element of Warren's private life in my opinion.
Warren and her husband, university professor Bruce Mann, are dog parents to 16-month-old golden retriever Bailey, according to Business Insider. The couple have been spending a lot of time apart recently, with Warren out on the campaign trail in hopes of becoming the first female President of the United States. Mann, who Warren has been married to for nearly 40 years, has largely kept out of the spotlight so far, although it's doubtful that situation will continue if Warren becomes the Democratic presidential nominee, of course. For now, it seems that Mann has been happy to let another family member step in as Warren's beloved surrogate: their dog Bailey. And I have to tell you, this pup is killing it.