Biden family dogs go to White House
White House spokesman Jane Saki said that on Monday, Major, a three-year-old German shepherd, was “surprised by an unknown person and reacted in a way that caused a minor injury to the person.”
Saki Didn’t identify the bitten person, The incident was handled by the White House medical unit and stated that “no further treatment is necessary”.
He said Biden’s two dogs “are still in use for the new environment and new ones”.
On Monday night, CNN reported that Major had bitten a member of the security team.
Citing a Secret Service official, a Washington Post reporter tweeted Tuesday night that the dog The hand of an agent in the White House, Stating that the “extremely benign” event did not pierce the skin, cause bleeding or prevent the person from continuing his or her duties.
The Secret Service did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Separately, a White House official told NBC News that the pets are with family friends in Delaware, where First Lady Jill Biden is traveling this week.