See how Joe Biden’s dog ‘Major’ becomes a headache for White House!

US President Joe Biden’s dog, named Major, is now involved in another biting incident just after biting a Secret Service employee of the White House, few weeks ago. Major, a 3-year-old German Shephard, was out for a walk when the incident occurred according to the First Lady Jill Biden’s press secretary, Michael LaRosa. Major is one of Joe Biden’s two German Shephard dogs, the other dog named Champ.

On Monday evening, approximately at 5 pm, Major was spotted on a walk in the South Lawn with a member of White House staff. Reuters’ White House correspondent Jeff Mason tweeted a short video of the walk. Major is leashed in the video, something that has not always been the case during other walks by the Biden dogs around the White House when they are with the President and the first lady or White House grounds superintendent Dale Haney.
On March 8, Major caused an injury to a Secret Service employee at the White House, doing enough damage that the person needed treatment from the White House medical team. At the time, White House press secretary Jen Psaki referred to the injury as “minor,” and chalked up Major’s behavior to “getting acclimated and accustomed to their surroundings and new people.”
Psaki said Major was “surprised by an unfamiliar person.” Major, and the Biden’s older German Shepherd, Champ, were almost immediately sent to the Biden home in Wilmington, Delaware, following the incident, CNN previously reported. Psaki said that was a planned trip, as first lady Jill Biden was headed out of town. President Joe Biden said in an interview with ABC News earlier this month that Major was receiving training.
“You turn a corner, and there’s two people you don’t know at all. And (Major) moves to protect. But he’s a sweet dog. Eighty-five percent of the people there love him. All he does is lick them and wag his tail. But, I realize some people, understandably, are afraid of dogs to begin with,” said Joe Biden.

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