Joe and Jill Biden trained the German shepherds Major before deciding to adopt the Delaware Humanitarian Association. (Photo: Stephanie Gomez / Delaware Humanitarian Society via AP)

Major German shepherd made a tough start and surrendered from a life-threatening poisonous place.

But now he's home with former Vice President Joe Biden, 75, and his wife Jill. Delaware Humane Association unveils this weekend's news Facebook, together with photos of two spending time together.

The Delaware Humane Association newsletter said it was due to the trash of six German shepherd dogs, who had been given "life-saving medical care" after "thousands of people were exposed to something poisonous in life at home".

On Facebook post, "When we shared them for your help, Joe Biden grabbed the wind and got out." Said. "Rest date!"

The Major was fed by Bidens before being admitted. The new family member will join the other German shepherds at the Champ. Biden said in his statement to CNN:

"We are very happy to welcome Major to Biden family and we are grateful to the Delaware Humanitarian Association for their work to find the home forever for the Major and countless other animals."

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