Biden mourns loss of German Shepherd – “admired by whole family”
One of the two German shepherds of US President Joe Biden has died. The champion has come through ups and downs with the family, and the animal will “always be missed,” the White House said.
U.S.S President Joe Biden, 78, and First Lady Jill Biden, 70, mourn 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, valuable 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.” In an interview with President Biden, the Major was only frightened when two people he did not know were a “cute dog” suddenly appeared in a corner. He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations.
Fidens said of the now-dead sheep: “Even though Champ’s strength had waned in his last months, he would straighten up as soon as we entered a room, always wagging his tail and stalking us, scratching his ears or holding his belly. He wanted to be wherever we were and everything was instantly fine when he was with us. “
Champ wanted a fireplace in the White House garden or leaning against the sunlight. With Bidens, the dogs went back to the White House in January after four years without Donald Trump.