Bidens welcome new puppy into the family, hearts of the nation

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Courtesy: President Joe Biden via Twitter

WASHINGTON (ValleyCentral) — President Joe Biden welcomed a new puppy into the White House Monday.

Biden introduced Commander, a German Shepherd, to the nation in a tweet along with a photo.

Additionally, Biden tweeted a video showing the two enjoying quality time as a family.

The video shows Biden playing fetch with the dog, walking him on a leash into the White House with First Lady Jill Biden at his side. As well as a clip showing Biden feeding Commander a treat inside the White House, filled with Christmas decorations.  

Commander is the first furry friend to be welcomed into the family since the passing of Biden’s beloved 13-year-old dog, Champ, and the departure of Major, their german shepherd who bite two people.

Excited to hear the news, many are responding to Biden’s tweets with joy and celebration.

Some even responded with pictures of their fur-babies welcoming Commander!

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