It seems that Joe Biden is making history yet again but, this time, it involves his adorable dog, Major!

 

Now, Joe Biden's inauguration is just a week away...

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And for many, this is a moment that can't come quick enough.

But it turns out that the president-elect isn't going to be the only person getting inaugurated next week...

As his faithful companion, Major will be getting an "indoguration" of his own for being the first-ever rescue dog to enter the White House!

This adorable act is exactly what we need to kick start this year.

Keep scrolling to read the full details, and to find out how you'll be able to watch the historic ceremony for yourself...

Now, Biden has endured a long and tedious battle for his place in the White House.

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In 1987, he first decided to run for president but, after suffering from severe headaches during the campaign, he dropped out the following year. Doctors later discovered that he had 2 life-threatening brain aneurysms.

And, 2 decades after his initial presidential bid...

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Biden decided to run for president once again. However, despite his experience in the Senate, his campaign failed to gain momentum.

Last year marked his third run for president...

And saw him go head to head with the notorious President Donald Trump.

It was one hell of a run-up to the election.

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Of course, the election couldn't have fallen on a worse year, but it powered ahead despite some major setbacks - including Trump's coronavirus diagnosis.

And the votes didn't lie!

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After a tense few days of counting (and recounting) votes, it was confirmed that Joe Biden's third run for president had been successful - everyone, meet the forty-sixth president of the United States.

This was a historic win...

Not only because Biden broke Barack Obama's record for the most votes cast for a presidential candidate, but also because vice president-elect, Kamala Harris, will be the first-ever woman of color to be elected in office. Simply amazing.

Of course, President Donald Trump didn't take to this news well, at all...

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And after continuously claiming the entire election was "a fix" and that he was the actual winner, Trump recently declared that he won't be attending Biden's inauguration - something that didn't come as a surprise to many.

Biden, on the other hand, accepted his win graciously...

And the president-elect, along with his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, has been celebrating along with the rest of the country.

And alongside the Biden family are, of course, the Biden dogs!

Meet the new presidential pooches - German Shepherds Major and Champ.

Champ has been in the Biden family since 2008...

They bought him as a 3-month-old pup from a breeder, and he was named by Biden's granddaughters, Maisie, Naomi, and Natalie.

Major is a young rescue dog...

And he was adopted by the Bidens from the Delaware Human Association in November 2018.

Both Major and Champ are so adorable...

And people are keen to welcome the country's new first-dogs to the White House!

Well, it seems that something quite important has been arranged for Major, who will be the first-ever rescue dog to enter the White House.

Just before his dad will be inaugurated on January 20th, the Delaware Humane Association (which is where Major was adopted from) has planned an "indoguration" on January 17th.

The event, which will be held via a Zoom call, claims it will be the "world's largest virtual party for dogs."

A post about the event on the DHA Facebook page reads: "We've got big, happy news to round out your week!!! Delaware Humane Association & Pumpkin Petcare invite you and your pup to the world's largest virtual party for dogs in honor of Major Biden's Indoguration."

It continued:

"Zoom in with our host, The Today Show's Jill Martin, and special guest Beaux and Paws by Sir Darius Brown on Sunday, January 17 at 3 pm EST. Let's celebrate the first-ever shelter pup to become First Dog and raise $$$ to help more shelter animals like Major live the American Dream! All donations support us at DHA directly!"

Not only is this a wonderful way to celebrate Biden's arrival to the White House...

But it is also a great cause that will raise money for thousands of animals in need.

For more information about the event and how to donate to the shelter, you can check it out here:

And for more on the president-elect, read on...