Michael LaRose, the press secretary for first lady Jill Biden, told NBC News that Major received training during his time in Delaware before returning to Washington, D.C.Major, who was adopted in 2018, became the first rescue dog to live in the White House when the Bidens moved in.
The "NBC Nightly News" anchor's labradoodle, Lucy, couldn't contain her joy when Lester returned home after 2 1/2 weeks in Tokyo covering the Olympics.Lester added — perhaps unsurprisingly — that Lucy always gives him a special greeting when he arrives home at the end of his day.
President Joe Biden's dog Major has been involved in a second biting incident at the White House, NBC News has confirmed.“Major is still adjusting to his new surroundings and he nipped someone while on a walk.
The president and first lady's dog Major, a 3-year-old German shepherd, was the canine involved in the incident at the White House, NBC News chief White House correspondent Peter Alexander reported on TODAY Tuesday morning.
The Kentucky hamlet of Rabbit Hash has a new mayor — Wilbur, a 6-month old French bulldog ."Rabbit Hash, Kentucky, has never had an actual person or human as a mayor," Amy Noland, Wilbur's human, told NBC News.
Three years ago, the heartwarming friendship between a little boy and his foster grandmother’s dog captured the hearts of people everywhere.“As soon as they met, there was an instant bond and just you could see the love between the two of them,” Sandi Swiridoff told NBC News.
Phillips, who told NBC News she takes care of dogs along with her brother without any help from outside organizations, has made a career out of finding homes for pooches for the last 15 years.
Reported by Alan Boyle of NBC News , the researchers looked at three groups of 18 dogs and their guardians. In the first group, when the guardian asked for help, the stranger refused.
The change means cats, dogs and rabbits sold by retailers cannot be sourced from breeders, only from animal shelters. A couple hoping to adopt a cat from a San Diego shelter on Friday, told NBC News the move was a step forward for the state.
Lester Holt is a busy guy as a news journalist (and baker and bass guitarist), but he always makes time for his precious labradoodle, Lucy. The NBC Nightly News anchor showed off his adorable "morning routine" with the beloved pooch via Lucy's own Instagram account.