“Major” Joe Biden’s dog bit a person in the White House again

First Lady Dr. Jill Biden / Instagram

Major, one of US President Joe Biden’s dogs, is believed to be involved in a new bite incident. The German Shepherd and his congener Champ had recently returned to the White House after the former was taken care of by an educator.”

Definitely, Major’s stay at the presidential residence does not go optimally. The 3-year-old dog, adopted in 2018 by Jill and Joe Biden, is in his 2nd bite incident in less than a month.”

As paris-Match reported on Wednesday, March 31, the youngest of the German Shepherds of the President of the United States has again shown the fangs towards an employee. On Monday afternoon (March 29), Major bit someone during a walk on the South Lawn at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, said Michael LaRosa, a spokesman for the First Lady.

” No injury this time

He clarifies however that the person in question, who works in the National Parks Department, is not injured. She was examined by the White House Medical Unit team and was able to return to her post in the process, CNN reports.

Recall that Major had already signaled himself by a similar behavior on March 8. That day, the quadruped had injured an employee of the Secret Service, the government agency responsible for ensuring presidential security.”

After that, he had been taken care of by a dog trainer. Major and Champ had stayed at the Bidens’ private residence in Wilmington, Pennsylvania, before returning to the White House on March 21. It was not any sanction, but a measure imposed by a trip of the president and his wife, assured their entourage.”

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The latter added that the back and forth between Washington and the family property would continue, according to the travels of the American head of state and Jill Biden.”

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