US President Biden’s Dogs Settled in White House Now
US PRESIDENT BIDEN’S DOGS – The two dogs of United States President Joe Biden, namely Champ and Major, have arrived in the White House.
Several national leaders are dog owners. They love how loyal dogs are and how they can relieve their stress by their company and playfulness. Many people undeniably admire presidents who have dogs and love them fully despite their hectic schedules.
One of the national leaders who has dogs is the new president of the United States, Joe Biden. He was recently inaugurated as the new leader of America and he and his family moved in the White House.
The First Family will be living in the White House during the presidential term of Biden. Now, not only them but as well as their dogs are settled in their new residence.
Based on a report on CNN, US President Biden’s dogs “Champ” and “Major” have already arrived in the White House on Sunday. Both of them are German Shepherds.
According to Michael LaRosa, the press secretary of First Lady Jill Biden, the First Family wanted to get settled first before they would bring Champ and Major from Delaware to Washington.
“Champ is enjoying his new dog bed by the fireplace, and Major loved running around on the South Lawn,” LaRosa told CNN.
Champ is with the Biden family for over a decade now. It was in December 2008 when he joined them while Major became part of the family in November 2018. He was adopted from a shelter.
The arrival of US President Biden’s dogs in the White House is the revival of the tradition of national leaders bring their dogs with them in the White House after former U.S. Pres. Donald Trump and his family did not have any dog with them during their stay.