Champ and Major Dogs have been with US President Joe Biden and his family for years. Now the champ is dead. The family took an emotional farewell.
us President Joe Biden (78) And First Lady jill biden (70) Mourn one of his two dogs. “It is with a heavy heart that we inform you today that our beloved German Shepherd, Champ, passed away peacefully at home,” Biden said in a message distributed by the White House on Saturday. “He has been our constant valued partner for the past 13 years and is respected by the entire Biden family.”
Champ has been in ups and downs with the family. “He was with us in our happiest moments and our saddest days.” The winner will be “forever remembered”. There is another German Shepherd named Major in the President’s family.
According to a CNN report, Major caused a stir in March when he bitten a member of Biden’s security team. The White House had spoken of a “minor injury”. Major and Champ then spent a few days at the Biden home in Delaware. The Major received “additional training,” according to the First Lady’s spokesperson. He is now back in the White House.
“Everything was immediately better when he was with us”
President Biden said in an interview that Major was a “cute dog” who was scared when two strangers suddenly appeared around a corner. He insisted he had never banned “Major” from the White House.
Regarding the now-defunct Lamb’s champion, Bidens said: “Even when the champion’s strength waned in his last months, he always wagged his tail as soon as we entered a room. Turning and snuggling for us, standing up straight to not scratch or keep his ears. Belly strokes. We wanted to be wherever he was, and everything immediately got better when he was with us.”
Champ loved curling up in front of the fireplace or sunbathing in the White House garden. Bidens was under in January after four animalless years Donald Trump The dogs went into the White House again.
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