The dog “tackled someone” during a walk on Monday, said Michael Laursa, the first female press secretary. Jill biden, Who said the Majors “are still adjusting to their new environments”. The animal’s new prey was investigated by the White House medical unit for “extreme caution” and, according to LaRosa, returned to work without injury.
The Major was seen by journalists strolling the southern lawn of the White House, before the President and the first lady rode the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on Monday evening.
The German Shepherd returned to the President’s official residence last week, after his elder brother, beside him, caused a small wound to the Secret Service agent with a bite, On 8 March.
Biden family dogs go to White House
After the incident, the president stated that Major was a “sweet dog”. In an interview with ABC News, Biden justified the bite by saying that the dog had “made a mistake, there are two people he doesn’t know, you know, and they would do a lot of (service) protection.” Huh.”
The president added at the time that “85% of the people there love him”.
Major, who is three and was rescued from a shelter, and the 12-year-old champion was transferred to the Biden home in Delaware after the incident, and the president said he would be trained, but Denied that he had been sent because of what had happened. He said the dogs went to Wilmington because the first couple would be out of town.
“He went home,” Biden said. “I did not ban him from the White House. Jill will leave for four days. I was leaving for two days, so we took him home, ”he explained.
The chief, the Biden family dog, walks on the lawn of the White House on Monday (29) – Photo: Jim Watson / AFP
Dogs met at Camp David, Maryland, and Joe and Jill Biden two weeks ago Returned to the White House on the 21st. Last week, one of them waited on the balcony of the White House while the Marines landed on the forest lawn, bringing the president to a speech in Columbus, Ohio.
White House press secretary Jane Saki said, “Dogs sometimes come in and it won’t be unusual for them to come back to Delaware sometimes, as do the president and the first lady.”
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