‘Who let the dogs out?’: Meet the furry friends of Lehigh’s fraternities


Last semester, The Brown and White profiled the dogs that live in Lehigh’s fraternities. A new semester brought a new pack of pups to campus. Here are some of the newest additions to the frat dogs of Lehigh:


Affiliated fraternity – Chi Phi

Age – 14 weeks old

Breed – Labrador retriever

“He loves being the center of attention. He hates being alone, so if he’s with you he’ll literally follow you anywhere. He’s really clingy.” — Gonzalo Cavero, ’17


Affiliated fraternity – Alpha Tau Omegadsc_6609

Age – 2 years old

Breed – Golden retriever

“A lot of people joke that he’s really calm, like he’s stoned or something, but then there are those times that he’ll completely spaz out and be rolling around everywhere.” — Will Hagen, ’19




Affiliated fraternity – Phi Delta Theta

Age – 10 months old

Breed – Beagle mix

“Her favorite thing to do when she sees someone is stand up on her back legs and keep that up until they give her a treat. And under our grand piano is her go-to pooping spot when she’s being extra bratty.” — Deepankar Roy, ’17




Affiliated fraternity – Delta Upsilon

Age – 10 years old

Breed – Black pug

“A face only a mother could love” — Jordan Gifford, ’18







Affiliated fraternity – Sigma Phi Epsilon

Age – 5 months old

Breed – Mini goldendoodle

“The spoiled son” — Alfonso Alburquerque, ’19

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