Biden’s dog Major bites ANOTHER government employee on the White House grounds while on a walk

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Biden’s dog Major bites ANOTHER government employee on White House grounds on walk – three weeks after biting WH guard

  • The German Shepherd bit a National Park Service employee on Tuesday
  • Major was out walking when he ‘bit’ the employee, Jill Biden’s office said
  • It comes just three weeks after Major bit another guard
  • Biden’s beloved dog was banished to the Delaware family home for two weeks

According to reports, President Joe Biden’s dog Major bitten another White House employee.

A National Park Service employee was taken for medical treatment after the German shepherd ‘choked’ him on a walk.

Jill Biden’s press secretary, Michael LaRosa, told me CNN: ‘Yes, Major smothered someone on a walk.

“Out of an abundance of caution, the person was seen by WHMU and then returned to work.”

According to reports, President Joe Biden's dog Major bitten another White House employee.  The German Shepherd was last seen on a walk with an assistant at 5:00 PM on Monday

According to reports, President Joe Biden’s dog Major bitten another White House employee. The German Shepherd was last seen on a walk with an assistant at 5:00 PM on Monday

It comes just three weeks after Major bit another guard and was banished to Biden’s family home in Delaware.

He received training alongside the other dog Champ van de Bidens.

Major was last seen on a leash walk around 5:00 PM on Monday. It is unclear when exactly the last biting incident occurred.

In early March, press secretary Jen Psaki defended the first biting incident, saying the first dogs were “still getting used to their new environment and new people.”

She said Major, who adopted Biden and his wife Jill from an animal shelter in November 2018, “ was surprised by an unknown person and responded in a manner that resulted in a minor injury to the individual, which was handled by the medical unit at the hospital. White House. without the need for further treatment. ‘

She declined to say if the person was an agent of the Secret Service, or gave no other identifying information.

Major is the first rescue dog to have lived in the White House, following Biden’s inauguration in January.

The Bidens adopted him as companion for 14-year-old Champ after telling him that having a younger companion would help the older dog’s health.

It comes just three weeks after Major bit another guard and was banished to Biden's family home in Delaware

It comes just three weeks after Major bit another guard and was banished to Biden's family home in Delaware

It comes just three weeks after Major bit another guard and was banished to Biden’s family home in Delaware

Joe and Jill Biden rescued the pair of German Shepherds in 2018 and took them to the White House

Joe and Jill Biden rescued the pair of German Shepherds in 2018 and took them to the White House

Joe and Jill Biden rescued the pair of German Shepherds in 2018 and took them to the White House

Biden’s predecessor Donald Trump had no pets in the White House.

First Lady Jill Biden said in an interview last month that she was focused on getting the dogs into their new Washington home.

“They have to take the elevator, they are not used to that, and they have to go up the South Lawn with a lot of people watching them. So that’s what I’m obsessed with, getting everyone to calm down and calm down, ” she said on The Kelly Clarkson Show.

The dogs joined the Bidens in the White House shortly after they moved to Washington.

Since then, they have been allowed to roam freely in the White House grounds and often in the background of Oval Office photos.

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