The White House hasn’t been home to a four legged friend since Obama’s presidency, but it appears the new First Family will be introducing their two German Shepherds to the property.
Champ and Major will be relocating to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue when President-elect Joe Biden and his family take up residence.
While the White House has been home to many pups in the past, one of Biden’s German Shepherds, Major, will be the first dog from an animal rescue shelter to live there.
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Meet Major 👋🏻 🥰 #DOTUS He is the first shelter pup who will live in the White House✨🥳❤️🤍💙 Major was adopted from the Delaware Humane Society in 2018, by President elect, Joe Biden and First Lady elect, Dr. Jill Biden 💙✨ Major is a German Shepherd mix. There are lots of great interviews about Major’s adoption from 2018. The Biden’s also have an another older GSD named Champ 💕 ⬇️ Posted @withregram • @mollyjongfast Putting dogs back in the White House
Let’s put dogs back in the White House. pic.twitter.com/7pBihksfXT
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 1, 2020
Who’s a good boy!