Biden’s dogs taken out of the White House

Two German shepherds of US President Joe Biden last week returned from the White House to the Biden family home in Delaware, which is associated with the aggressive behavior of one of the dogs, CNN reported, citing informed sources.

According to him, the culprit was a “bite incident” – a shepherd dog named Major bit a White House security officer. The condition of the victim is unknown, but the incident was so serious that the dogs were transported to Wilmington, where they remain to this day.

The TV channel notes that Major is three years old, he often has got restless behavior. The older dog, named Champ, is about 13 years old, so it is not active. Both shepherds moved into the White House less than a week after Biden’s inauguration.

The channel asked the White House for comment, but they have not yet responded to the request.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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