The First Pups Have Finally Arrived At The White House

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The First Pups Have Finally Arrived At The White House

Champ and Major are now official White House residents!

We’re bringing you some very impawtant news here at Secret DC today. The White House just got two new fluffy residents following four dog-free years!

The First Pups, Champ and Major Biden, arrived yesterday at 1600 Penn Avenue bringing back the joyful, tippy-tapping noise of doggies into the White House. The First Family had wanted to settle in before bringing the dogs over from Delaware, so the pups finally made their grand entrance yesterday, and they seemed to be loving it!

Champ, who’s been with the Bidens since late 2008, seems to be pretty happy about his new sleeping quarters. Major, the rescue the family adopted in 2018,  on the other hand, seems to be enjoying the outdoors!

“Champ is enjoying his new dog bed by the fireplace and Major loved running around on the South Lawn,” said Michael LaRosa, the first lady’s press secretary to NBC Washington.

On our side, we’re just hoping the “FPOTUS” will get their own account soon so we can keep up with their adventures at the First Home in America!

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[Featured image: Adam Schulz / White House]

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