We’re Excited About The First Rescue Dog In The White House
Doesn't matter what side of the election you were on, there's something all sides can get excited about- more dogs in the White House. The country seems more divided than ever after the 2020 presidential election but there is one thing we can all agree is exciting to see for the first time in the White House- a rescue animal!
As the Vice President of the El Paso Pug Rescue, I help local abandoned, neglected, and stray dogs find comfort in an uncertain time in their life and hopefully in the end their forever home. The work is all worth it when you receive updates of your former fosters happy, healthy, and living their best lives in a new owner's home. I always enjoy a good happy ending and that is exactly what happened for sweet rescue pup Major Bidens.
For ten years, Dr. Jill Biden and former Vice-President Joe Biden were the proud owners of a German Shepherd named Champ, but the couple decided they wanted to expand their family temporarily and fostered a German Shepherd pup they named Major, according to People magazine. After fostering the sweet boy, they decided in November of 2018 to make it official and they adopted him into their family. The Delaware Humane Association made the announcement on their Facebook page and Major was headed home for good. Judging by the look on his face, Major was shocked to find out he wasn't already in the family!
Now with President-Elect Joe Biden heading back to the White House in January, we finally see the return of the Presidential Pooches in the Oval Office. Champ and Major will be an excellent edition to the White House and I can't see what cute shenanigans these doggos get into during their years in the White House. Hopefully, we can also the positive effects on dog adoptions as well, and especially German Shepherd adoptions. From the streets to the White House, congratulations Major Biden! He really is living the American Dream.
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