White House welcomes its newest canine residents

“First Dogs” Champ and Major joined the Biden family in their new home. Major is the first rescue dog to live at the White House.
0:28 | 01/26/21

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A final note tonight about rescue dogs in the U.S. And the efforts to find them homes. Tonight, a boost in drawing attention to the cause. The newest white house residents have just arrived. First dogs champ and major, 12-year-old champ, 2-year-old major, both German shepherds. Major, the first rescue dog to live in the white house. The nonprofit saying it shows the real possibilities for what could happen for all the great dogs who need homes. We loved it.

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