Biden’s Dog Move into the White House, Bringing a Sense of Normality to the US

After President Joe Biden settled in the White House, his dogs were moved into four days after. Their presence hasn’t  gone unnoticed by the interned, who were loving the wholesome canine pics. Champ and Major Biden have gain a broad popularity now, they even have social media accounts dedicated to their activity.

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Pop culture, entertainment, and celebrity expert Mike Sington gave his take on Champ and Major arriving at the White House. “I, and most Americans are thrilled our new President and First Lady have dogs in the White House! Probably because it was so unusual for the Trumps to not have any pets. The general feeling was it spoke to their lack of empathy. It really stood out that the previous President didn’t have a dog, because Presidential families going back decades before him were all dog lovers,” Mike said.

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They’re presence also carries a symbol of things finally going back to normal for the US, it’s like a call from the President’s family, that we’re a normal family who loves dogs just like you do. It is definitely a touch a normalcy that was lacking during the past four years.

Something else notable it that Major is the first shelter dog to call the White House home, which is another positive message.

The White House reports that Champ is loving his dog bed by the fireplace, while Major is having fun running around the South Lawn.

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Major and Champ are both German Shepherds. The Bidens permanently adopted Major in 2018 after fostering him for some time when he had to stay at a shelter. He’s the first shelter dog to live in the White House, and we couldn’t be more proud. While Major is 3 years old, the Bidens have had Champ since December 2008.

This is the first time since 2017, when the Obamas left, that pets have taken up residence in the White House.

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Among the dogs, Biden’s granddaughter also has a cat, which is currently the first cat of the United States until the Bidens adopt one of their own.

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The First Dogs’ fans even put out a hilarious ‘official statement’ full of woofs on their behalf. The statement that got translated so that we hoomans could understand it, too. They said that they love it at the White House, everyone’s petting and feeding them, and they enjoyed taking a nap at the Oval Pawwfice.

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And here’s how the internet reacted to the dogs moving:

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20 Pictures of German Shepherds That Show You How Adorable and Loving They Are

I believe you all have heard of German Shepherds. They are the most steadfastly loyal companions, and consistently rank at the top of the most popular dog breeds, and it’s easy to see why. German shepherd dogs (GSD) are noble, diligent, loyal, and highly intelligent dogs. They are large in size and have very streamlined, athletic builds that make them both strong and agile.

Though they are excellent herding dogs, German shepherds are very well suited to work as service animals, such as guide dogs for the blind. They are excellent performing as working dogs, especially in police and military operations. They also make highly effective guard dogs. Of course, the German shepherd dog also makes a wonderful companion in the right home.

One of the most recognizable breeds today, German shepherds are celebrated for their impressive balance of power and grace. They surely mark a presence in your heart as well. To all of those who own a German shepherd, they will strongly agree to that fact.

Below we’ve made a list of their adorable pictures, and they will make you fall in love with this breed once more.

1. My boy Kenzo, my soulmate. He’s a real gentle giant with a puppy personality. 


2. My baby had a photoshoot and I chose the photo that really shows her personality 


3. My baby girl met her brother again after 3 weeks 


4. I, for one, feel safer knowing there’s a German Shepherd in the Oval Office. 


5. Finally broke it to her that she was adopted. 


6. My family has always had a love for shepherds 


7. Now this is funny and cute 


8. My Flynn 8 Months old – for contrast My husband is 6ft 2in 


9. Our boy passed his test, he is officially a therapy dog! 


10. Me and my boy, Bauer 


11. Went to the shelter just to see, came home with this beautiful boy. Meet Fenrir aka Finn.


12. This pup helped me survive through medical school 


13. Meeka realized she can stand in the pool 


14. People tend to be scared of my pup when I take her out but she’s probably more loving than most people tbh 


15. We’re super cute. Give us your lunch! 


16. We found Lucy on a desert highway when she was 4 weeks old, today she celebrates 10 months. 


17. She’s just so cute I can hardly stand it! 


18. Levi sporting a baby carhartt coat 


19. Kato mastered “sit” and “stay, so now we are moving on to “defensive driving” 


20. I just can’t get over his face 


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