These past few days, many people have been pointing out how this year’s election is bringing quite a few firsts into the history of the White House. For instance, we’ve got the first woman vice president, who is also the first-ever Black woman and person of South Asian heritage to hold the position. In addition, for the first time ever, the first lady is planning on continuing to work a full-time job. And among all of these exciting firsts, we’ve also got the first-ever rescue dog to be living in the White House.
This year’s election is bringing quite a few firsts into the history of the White House
Image credits: Delaware Humane Association
Turns out, the adorable Major has been a part of the Biden family since 2018. The doggy came to the Delaware Humane Association when he was a small baby along with five of his siblings. Joe and Jill first heard about Major when their daughter showed them a litter of puppies needing to be temporarily homed.