Major and Champ Biden can officially call the White House home.
President Biden's pair of pups moved into the executive mansion on Sunday, a White House official tells ITK.
Photos provided by the White House show the German Shepherds looking comfy in their new digs, with one waving a tongue while playfully prancing around the South Lawn. In another snapshot, Jill BidenJill BidenBiden attends tree lighting ceremony after day out in Nantucket Biden meets with Coast Guard on Thanksgiving Biden calls in to Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade: 'America's back' MORE is seen giving some TLC to one of the family's canine companions.
Major is making history as the first shelter rescue dog to reside in the White House. The president and first lady adopted him from the Delaware Humane Association in 2018.
: The First Dogs arrived at the White House Sunday, including Major, the first rescue dog ever to live in the White House.— ABC News (@ABC) January 25, 2021
The Biden family wanted to get settled in the White House before moving Champ and Major from Delaware to Washington, per First Lady Jill Biden’s office. pic.twitter.com/lAhZrD7Dbx
The Bidens' two pooches have amassed a loyal fan following after the four-year absence of a furry first family member at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Former President TrumpDonald TrumpJan. 6 panel faces double-edged sword with Alex Jones, Roger Stone Trump goes after Woodward, Costa over China Republicans seem set to win the midterms — unless they defeat themselves MORE was the first commander in chief in a century not to own a dog.
While the Bidens moved into the executive mansion last week, ITK hears that they wanted to settle in before having the dogs make the move from Delaware to the nation's capital.
Champ is said to be enjoying his new dog bed by the fireplace, while Major loves running around on the South Lawn.