“As Champ’s strength waned in his last months, when we came into a room, he would immediately pull himself up, his tail always wagging, and he would suffocate us for an ear scratch or a belly rub. He wanted to be wherever we were, everything when he was next to us. It was immediately better, “they said in a statement.
Fidenz continued: “At the end of the day he loved nothing but curling up at our feet in front of a fire, joining us in meetings as a comforting event, or drowning himself in the White House garden. He ran to catch them while running. “
They said they had “very happy moments” and “very sad days” with family.
“We love our sweet, good boy and will always miss him,” the president and first lady said.
It is a breaking story and will be updated.