Presidential Pooch Involved in Another Biting Incident

President Joe Biden’s dog, Major, has been involved in another biting incident — only in this one, the victim required medical attention.

Quoting an unidentified source, CNN reports the incident occurred Monday afternoon on the White House South Lawn. The victim was a National Park Service employee who had to be treated by White House Medical Unit workers, the source says. “Yes, Major nipped someone on a walk,” confirms the first lady’s press secretary, Michael LaRosa. He says Major is “still adjusting to his new surroundings.”

The incident occurred after the 3-year-old German shepherd underwent two weeks of training after he bit another person at the White House earlier this month, according to CNN.

Should Major be sent to live with a relative until Biden’s term is over? Should pets even be allowed in the White House?

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