Champ and Major Dogs have been with US President Joe Biden and his family for many years. Now Champ is dead. The family takes an emotional farewell.
President of the United States Joe Biden (78) and the first lady Jill Biden (70) Grieve one of their two dogs. “Today we inform you that our beloved German Shepherd, Champ, passed away peacefully at home,” Biden said in a statement issued by the White House on Saturday. “He has been our constant valued companion for the past 13 years and is admired by the entire Biden family.”
Chump went through ups and downs with the family. “He was with us during our happy moments and our most sad days.” Champ “always missed”. There is another German Shepherd named Major in the presidential family.
According to CNN, the Major caused a stir when he bit a member of Biden’s security team in March. The White House talked about a “minor injury.” Major and Champ then spent a few days at Biden’s home in Delaware. According to the First Lady’s spokeswoman, the Major received “extra training.” He is now back at the White House.
“Everything was instantly fine when he was with us.”
President Biden said in an interview that the Major was a “cute dog” who was only frightened when two strangers suddenly appeared in a corner. He emphasized that the “Major” was not barred from the White House in any way.
Fidens said of the now-dead sheep: “Even though Champ’s strength had waned in his last months, he straightened up as soon as we entered a room, always wagging his tail and snuggling up to us, scratching his ears or holding his belly. He wanted to be wherever we were, everything when he was with us.” It was good immediately. “
Champ wanted a fireplace in the White House garden or leaning against the sunlight. It was under fitness in January after four animal-free years Donald Trump The dogs went back to the White House.
“Friend of animals everywhere. Web guru. Organizer. Food geek. Amateur tv fanatic. Coffee trailblazer. Alcohol junkie.”