The White House Has A Dog Problem

President Joe Biden's dog Major has bitten another employee at the White House, according to reports. The German Shepherd was last seen on a walk with an aide on Monday at 5pm
Daily Mail: Biden's dog Major bites ANOTHER government employee on White House grounds while out for a walk – three weeks after biting WH security guard
* The rescue German Shepherd bit a National Park Service employee on Tuesday * Major was out for a walk when he 'nipped' the employee, Jill Biden's office said * It comes just three weeks after Major bit another security guard * Biden's beloved dog was banished to the Delaware family home for two weeks
President Joe Biden's dog Major has bitten another employee at the White House, according to reports.
A National Park Service employee was taken to the White House Medical Unit for treatment after the German Shepherd 'nipped' him while out for a walk.
Jill Biden's press secretary Michael LaRosa told CNN: 'Yes, Major nipped someone on a walk. 'Out of an abundance of caution, the individual was seen by WHMU and then returned to work.'
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Update: Bidens' dog Major involved in another biting incident (CNN)
WNU Editor: German Shepherds like Major do not nip. They bite.
The problem with dogs that have been rescued is that they usually have not been trained to be social in public settings. This is going to be a recurring problem for the Bidens with this dog, especially since the staff and the Secret Service now know that they have a dog on the premises that is unpredictable.
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