Sunday, July 3, 2022
Home Pets Major Becomes the First Rescue Dog to Reside in the White House

Major Becomes the First Rescue Dog to Reside in the White House

The First dogs have entered the White House! As the Biden family is settling into their new home in the White House, their pups, Champ and Major, finally arrived this past Sunday.

The dogs seem to be liking their new home as Champ has found his new favorite sleeping spot by the fireplace and Major enjoys exploring the South Lawn.

The Biden family adopted Major in 2018 and he is the first rescue dog to live in the White House. Hopefully, this will pave the way for many more rescues dogs to have the opportunity to find a home in the White House.

Photo Credits: White House, ABC7 Chicago

 

Julia Dukes
Julia is a recent graduate from the University of Colorado Boulder where she received her degree in Strategic Communications with a focus in Advertising and a double minor in Business and Sociology. She's currently based out of Denver, Colorado. When she's not working, she likes to hit the slopes and hike.

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