President Joe Biden’s rescue dog named Major is out of the White House again after biting two more government staffers.
The shocking incident startled many staffers in the White House, as this is the second major biting incident involving the same dog, reported inside sources.
Termed by many as President Joe Biden’s rescue pup, sources confirmed how Major is out of the White House and into the dog house where he will undergo two more weeks of training at a nearby facility.
Without a doubt, the second major biting incident has to raise plenty of eyebrows as well as questions regarding the incident, ever since he began living with Government employees again. Clearly, officials believe that Major has still not adjusted with the new residence and hence needs more time, as it appears.
The last time Major was seen, he was spotted on a least situated at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue recently.
Moreover, the Bidens adopted him from a shelter that used to be the same companion of their previous and older pup whose name is Champ. At just 3 years old, experts think that another intense training period is needed to help the pup acclimatize to the new surrounding and prevent such incidents from taking place.
The training session will reportedly last for 14 days at a private facility that is very close to the White House in Washington DC. Last month, Major bit a member of the Park Service. This division is responsible for looking after the White House lawn on a regular basis.
On the other hand, he recently bit another member who belonged to the White House’s security. In both unfortunate incidents, staffers were thoroughly checked by a medical unit who cleared the staffers from having any major or life-threatening injuries. However, it certainly did bring about a major surprise for plenty of others.