Biden’s dogs removed from the White House after ‘aggressive incident’

Last week Joe Biden’s two German Shepherds were returned to the Biden’s private family home in Delaware after there reportedly was an “aggressive incident” at the White House involving Major Biden, CNN reported.

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The incident is being described as a “biting incident” with a member of White House security. The incident was serious enough for the dogs to be removed from the White House and back to the family home in Delaware.

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Major was adopted from a Delaware animal shelter by the Biden family in November 2018 and is 3-years-old. CNN reported that the German Shepherd has been known to “display agitated behavior on multiple occasions, including jumping, barking, and “charging” at staff and security”.

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Major is on the left, Champ is on the right of Jill Biden.

 Champ, the Biden’s 13-year-old German Shepherd also moved back to Delaware with Major.

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