President-elect Joe Biden’s adopted rescue dog Major seems to be getting his own fanbase and steals the spotlight from his family.

The Biden family adopted Major, a German Shepherd, in 2018 from the Delaware Humane Association (DHA). The shelter and Pumpkin Pet Insurance will be hosting a virtual event to celebrate Major as the first shelter dog in the White House.

The shelter is calling the event as Major’s “indoguration” or the “largest virtual party for dogs.”

The indoguration is scheduled for January 17, which is three days before Inauguration Day. Those who want to join the Zoom event will have to pay $10 which will go to the needs of the shelter.

Aside from Major, the Bidens also have Champ, another German Shepherd.

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