Joe Biden’s dog “inauguration” ceremony will be held in the U.S.

Joe Biden's dog "inauguration" ceremony will be held in the U.S.

U.S. President-elect Joseph Biden’s sheepdog will “inaugurate the first dog of the United States,”

A separate procedure of the so-called “indoguration” will take place on January 17. The initiative to hold the event belongs to the Delaware Humane Association. The association stressed that a dog named Major became the first dog from the shelters, which will move into the White House. Proceeds from the “indoctrination” will go to charity.

Recall that Biden promised months ago to bring back the tradition that all presidents of the United States have had dogs in the White House since the beginning of the last century. The current American leader, Donald Trump, broke it.

After Biden’s inauguration, scheduled for Jan. 20, his German shepherds, Champ and Major, will move into the White House with him and his wife. He purchased the first pet from a breeder and took the second from a shelter.