The Obamas have added a new addition to their family, a new dog named Sunny.
On Monday, The White House introduced the newest pet, which is also a Portuguese water dog.
"Sunny was born in Michigan in June 2012 and arrived at the White House today," the post read, which included the below YouTube video featuring the new pup adjusting to her surroundings.
Sunny joins the First Family's four-year-old dog Bo as a member of the family that includes Barack, Michelle, and their daughters Sasha, 12 and Malia, 15.
Sunny and Bo's hypoallergenic breed is perfect for the Obamas as Malia suffers from allergies. Sunny looks different from Bo as she is all black, while Bo has a white chest and two front white paws.
"Sunny is the perfect little sister for Bo- full of energy and very affectionate- and the First Family picked her name because it fit her cheerful personality," the blog read.
Sunny will follow in the footsteps of Bo. The family's first dog has previously attended events at Walter Reed and the Children's National Medical Center and helped greet guests with the First Family at the White House.
"We suspect Sunny will follow in Bo's footsteps and keep the President company in the Oval Office, go for walks with the First Family after their 6:30 family dinner and even jump on the First Lady's lap from time to time," the blog noted.
As far as why the first family decided to name the new dog Sunny, the name just fit for the pup.
"The First Family picked her name because it fit her cheerful personality," White House said.