Plenty of jobs are going unfilled in the Trump administration, including one key post: first dog.

President Trump and his wife, Melania, didn’t have a pooch when they moved into the White House — but their daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, has plans for them. Lara, who is married to Eric Trump, is lobbying to get them to adopt a furry friend — preferably a rescue pup, she said in an interview on Fox News’s “Mornings with Maria.”

“I’m working on it as hard as I can!” said Lara Trump, who recently joined the digital company working on her father-in-law’s 2020 campaign as a senior consultant — and works with rescue animals. “You know, I think they probably will. We’ve got to find the right fit, but I think they will.”

Every president since Teddy Roosevelt has owned a dog — and recent first dogs have played a prominent role, starring in White House videos and holiday cards.

Eric Trump says Vice President Pence, a “a big dog person” (he also has a pet bunny named Marlon Bundo) is helping the lobbying mission. Pence is planning to adopt a rescue dog, Lara said. “I’m hoping to help them,” she said.