Joe Biden to Bring Dogs Back to the White House, Meet Some Other Adorable 'First Pets'

Buzz | News18.com | November 19, 2020, 4:06 pm
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 Joe Biden has been elected President of the United States and will soon move into the White House. Champ and Major, the Bidens' two pet german shepherds, will also be coming along to the White House to live with the First Family at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington in 2021. Major will be making history as he happens to be the first rescued dog ever to make it to the White House. Photo: Delaware Humane Association/Facebook
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Joe Biden has been elected President of the United States and will soon move into the White House. Champ and Major, the Bidens' two pet german shepherds, will also be coming along to the White House to live with the First Family at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington in 2021. Major will be making history as he happens to be the first rescued dog ever to make it to the White House. Photo: Delaware Humane Association/Facebook

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 The Obamas had two dogs – Bo and Sunny, both Portuguese Water Dogs and both extremely cute. Barack Obama, the former President of the United States, was extremely fond of his pets and Bo was often spotted running around the White House with him. This photo has been taken from the White House archives.
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The Obamas had two dogs – Bo and Sunny, both Portuguese Water Dogs and both extremely cute. Barack Obama, the former President of the United States, was extremely fond of his pets and Bo was often spotted running around the White House with him. This photo has been taken from the White House archives.

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 President George Bush gets down on his knees to show off his dogs, Millie and Ranger, May 2, 1991 in the White House Oval Office to his guests at Washington. Photo: AP
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President George Bush gets down on his knees to show off his dogs, Millie and Ranger, May 2, 1991 in the White House Oval Office to his guests at Washington. Photo: AP

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 Former First Lady and President Kennedy enjoy a veritable pack of pooches while vacationing with their children. JFK owned many pets in during his presidency including ponies, dogs, parakeets, and a rabbit. Photo: AP
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Former First Lady and President Kennedy enjoy a veritable pack of pooches while vacationing with their children. JFK owned many pets in during his presidency including ponies, dogs, parakeets, and a rabbit. Photo: AP

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 President Lyndon B. Johnson holds his pet dog, Yuki, out the window of the car driven by LBJ as the first family starts a ride around the Texas ranch in Stonewall, Texas, Sept. 30, 1967. Yuki and Johnson went everywhere together, from cabinet meetings to the swimming pool. Photo: AP
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President Lyndon B. Johnson holds his pet dog, Yuki, out the window of the car driven by LBJ as the first family starts a ride around the Texas ranch in Stonewall, Texas, Sept. 30, 1967. Yuki and Johnson went everywhere together, from cabinet meetings to the swimming pool. Photo: AP

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 resident Richard Nixon shows off Tim, his new six-month-old Irish Setter. The dog was a gift to the president from his staff, and made his formal debut in the White House Rose Garden in Washington, on Jan. 28, 1969. The Nixons has two other dogs Vickie, a poodle, and Pasha, a Yorkshire Terrior. Photo: AP
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resident Richard Nixon shows off Tim, his new six-month-old Irish Setter. The dog was a gift to the president from his staff, and made his formal debut in the White House Rose Garden in Washington, on Jan. 28, 1969. The Nixons has two other dogs Vickie, a poodle, and Pasha, a Yorkshire Terrior. Photo: AP

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 President Ronald Reagan is pulled along by his pet dog Lucky while he and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher take a stroll in the White House in 1985. Photo: AP
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President Ronald Reagan is pulled along by his pet dog Lucky while he and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher take a stroll in the White House in 1985. Photo: AP

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 John F Kennedy's dog. Pushinka, poses in front of the White House. Photo: AP
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John F Kennedy's dog. Pushinka, poses in front of the White House. Photo: AP

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 Franklin D. Roosevelt with pet dog, Major, a German shepherd, shown in this undated photo at the president's home at Warm Springs, Ga., known as the Little White House.  Photo: AP
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Franklin D. Roosevelt with pet dog, Major, a German shepherd, shown in this undated photo at the president's home at Warm Springs, Ga., known as the Little White House. Photo: AP

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 Meet Laddie Boy, President Warren G. Harding's terrier, posing for photos in 1922. Photo: AP
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Meet Laddie Boy, President Warren G. Harding's terrier, posing for photos in 1922. Photo: AP

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