Joe Biden's dog involved in second biting incident: Report


One of the Bidens’ German Shepherds has reportedly bitten another person at the White House.

According to a report in TMZ, Major bit a National Park Service employee on South Lawn of the White House.

The Monday incident required the bite victim to receive medical treatment from the White House medical unit, the celebrity-news site reported.

This isn’t the first time the 3-year-old Major has been in the doghouse.

The dog and the Bidens’ other German Shepherd (13-year-old Tramp) were sent to Delaware earlier this month after a biting incident involving the younger dog and a White House staffer.

President Biden downplayed that incident at the time, both saying that the bite didn’t break the staffer’s skin and that sending the dogs to Delaware wasn’t a punishment or a safety matter but a pre-planned move based on the fact both he and first lady Jill Biden had planned trips that would have them both out of their new home simultaneously.

Sign up for Daily Newsletters

View original post