Joe Biden's dog Major to get private training after two biting incidents

Joe Biden's dog set for extra training after acting up

Joe Biden's dog set for extra training after acting up

President Joe Biden's German shepherd, Major, will receive training after two biting incidents involving workers at the White House, according to first lady Jill Biden's spokesman. And, to help him, he'll have a few weeks of training in the Washington D.C. area. Shortly before that incident, Major caused what the White House said was a minor injury to a Secret Service employee on March 8.

Major was sent to DE for additional training after the first biting incident to help him adjust to his new home.

"Yes, Major nipped someone on a walk", LaRosa told CNN. White House officials defended Major as being "surprised" and only nipping the person in question.

The White House back then blamed the wind and "tricky stairs", and said that the president did not require medical attention after his stumble.

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The Bidens returned to the White House after two hours.

Trainers will be trying once more to get Major used to his new life surrounded by aides and Secret Service officers. He likes to lie on the South Lawn in the sunshine while Major runs around. But it is the younger canine who has been the source of angst since both dogs were relocated to the White House in January from the Bidens' home in Delaware. You turn a corner and there's two people you don't know at all.

Jill Biden tweeted pics of her two dogs on Sunday for National Pet Day, writing 'Love these two!'

At the time, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the removal of the dogs from the White House was "planned", due to Jill Biden's travel schedule.

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