Many people during turbulent times turn to their pets as a source of comfort and well-being. President Roosevelt and Fala both were a source of comfort not only to each other but also to the nation during World War II and President Roosevelt knew how to use this to his advantage. During the war, the First Dog used his charm to sell bonds for war time programs and was adored by the press. Fala is the only Presidential pet that is featured in a national monument. Join Barbara as she shares this fascinating story.