Joe Biden's dogs, Champ and Major, have officially entered the White House
The first ever presidential rescue dog has entered the White House
Joe Biden's dogs, Major and Champ, have officially moved into the White House.
Yes, the Biden family are dog-lovers and they've brought two gloriously fluffy best friends to the White House.
We all love a presidential pup around here so, after four years of the Trump clan not having a cat to rub between them, animals are making a welcome return to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
The pair arrived at the White House today, a few days after the rest of the Biden's made the move. A reminder that dogs cannot read directions. Either that or they wanted to get settled in first before the pooches followed them.
Champ and Major are the German Shepherds in question and although Champ is a dab-hand at the political pooch life (he was around during the Obama years), it will be Major's first time in the White House.
Major was rescued by the Biden family as a puppy back in 2018.
The dogs are clearly a massive part of family life as the soon to be first family of the US frequently post about them on social media:
During his campaign Joe Biden made it clear he wanted to, "bring dogs back to the White House" and it went down a treat.
His predecessor, Donald Trump, was the first president in decades not to own a dog. President Obama had two Portuguese water dogs, Bo and Sunny, by his side for his eight-year tenure.
We're leaving you with the below picture to brighten up your day.
Have a great Monday.