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 Bidens' dog Major has been involved in another biting incident that required medical attention, two people with knowledge of the incident tell CNN https://t.co/snctMPirO5
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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?