With you, Champ and Major, the dogs of the Biden family that will inhabit the White House

Dilyn, the puppy rescued by Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s first fiancée, Carrie Symonds, is ready to make new transatlantic friends, the two canine companions with whom the President-elect Joe Biden will move to the White House.

The Bidens have two german shepherds. Major He was adopted from the Delaware Human Association by the Biden family in November 2018, after they had taken him in for eight months prior. Then this Champ, which he has been with the Bidens since 2008. He was bought when he was a three-month-old puppy from a breeder and the president-elect’s granddaughters, Maisie, Naomi and Natalie, were in charge of naming him.

Champ may want to show Major the ins and outs of Washington, as he previously lived with the family in One Observatory Circle (the vice president’s official residence) when Biden was part of the team at Barack Obama.

What did you say Jill Biden a The Washington Post upon leaving the office in 2017: “Of all of us, Champ is going to have the hardest time leaving this place. Champ He has created a family here with all the staff and security guards who have dog biscuits on hand 24 hours a day. “

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