Major Biden is becoming “infamous” before his human is inaugurated.
Courtesy of the Delaware Humans Association soon to be the first pet to be honored with a virtual “indorsement” celebration. He got it from Joe Biden, the president-elect of the shelter.
The German Shepherd will be the White House’s first shelter dog.
The organization said at the time that Biden had adopted her in 2018, Major was one of six puppies who had been taken to the asylum “after being exposed to a toxin in their home”.
“Joe Biden caught wind of them and immediately reached out. The rest is history!”
The DHA is advertising the Sunday event as “the world’s largest virtual party for dogs”, and using it to raise money for the shelter. It is being hosted by Jill Martin of the “TODAY” show and features Sir Darius Brown, a teenage entrepreneur who founded a bow-tie company called Books & Paws to help adopt shelter dogs. .
Major’s move to Champaign, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, with Biden’s other dog. It will mark the return of pets to the White House for the first time in four years. According to the presidential museum, Donald Trump was the first president without a pet in the White House since Andrew Johnson in the 1860s.
Meanwhile, the Vice President’s residence at the Naval Observatory, will lose a large pet presence. Vice President Mike Pence and his family had a cat named Hazel, a dog named Harley, a snake named Sapihra and a bunny named Marlon Bundo.
While Kamala Harris is a fan of dogs when she is elected vice-president, she does not have one.