Washington (CNN) – President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden’s two German shepherds were brought back to the Biden family home in Delaware last week. After one of Fiden’s dogs showed aggressive behavior at the Major White House, two sources on the matter appeared on CNN.
The Major, who was adopted by Piton in November 2018 from a Delaware animal shelter, described one of the people as a “biting incident” with a White House security guard. The exact condition of the victim is not known, however, the episode was serious, and the dogs were later transferred to Delaware Wilmington.
CNN approached the White House for comment, but did not immediately receive a response.
The younger of the two dogs, 3-year-old Major Biden, is known to show provocative behaviors on several occasions, including jumping, barking and ‘lunging’ on security guards and equipment. About the dog’s behavior at CNN White House with people. Champ, the oldest of Piton’s German Shepherds, is about 13 years old and has become physically slow due to his advanced age.
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Champ and Major went to the White House in January, Within a week of Pitton’s inauguration.
“I’m crazy about our dogs accommodating themselves because we have an old dog, we have a very young dog,” Jill Biden told Kelly Clarkson last month when she took part in the “Kelly Clarkson Show”. “They have to take the elevator, they’m not used to it, they have to go out to the south garden, a lot of people are watching them. That’s what annoyed me, it was comfortable and quiet for them.
Despite agreeing to catch the Major in bed, Fiden said the only place dogs were not allowed was furniture. “They run everywhere”Biden said.
Someone familiar with the dogs’ schedule confirms CNN that they are in Delaware, but that the first lady is known to have stayed there with their handlers when they were out of town. Biden left Monday afternoon to visit military bases for a two-day trip to Washington and California.