Sunny in the dog house after White House hijinks

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PRESIDENTIAL pooch Sunny was in the dog house this week – after knocking over a toddler.

An overexcited Sunny, the younger of the two Obama family dogs, was attending a holiday decorations viewing at the White House, when she pushed over two-year-old Ashtyn Gardner.

Fortunately, the young girl was just fine, quickly bouncing up from the collision to pet the one-year-old canine.

First Lady Michelle Obama had the Portuguese Water Dog on a patriotic-themed leash at the time of the incident, but even that couldn’t restrain the dog’s exuberance for the holidays.

Sunny has been with the Obamas since August. Her older brother, five year old Bo, was given to the First Family by the late-Senator Ted Kennedy in April 2009.

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