In my opinion, no White House (or any other house) is complete without a dog. After Champ died and Major went to live with family friends due to a few biting incidents, the White House may have seemed a little empty. President Biden’s brother and sister-in-law solved the problem by gifting the President with a new puppy for his birthday in November. Enter Commander, a German Shepherd like his predecessors. The 3-month old will soon be joined by a cat, according to Dr. Biden.
I have it on good authority that Bo took his oath of office today.
“I, Bo Obama, do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of First Dog of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, protect and defend the White House and First Family of the United States.”
His luncheon was said to include a little leftover bison, and he paraded through the Rose Garden about a half hour later to leave a little present for the Secret Service.
He wanted to go to the MLK monument on the Mall, but it was too crowded with all those folks who came to see the other residents of the White House.