President Biden’s three-year-old rescue canine Main has been concerned in one other biting incident on the White Home – his second this month.
The youthful of the US president’s two German Shepherds “nipped somebody whereas on a stroll” on Monday, stated Michael LaRosa, press secretary to first woman Jill Biden.
He stated the canine was “nonetheless adjusting to his new environment”, including that the particular person was seen by medical workers “out of an abundance of warning” however returned to work with out harm.
Earlier this month, Main bit a safety workers member, in accordance with media studies.
The incident brought on a “minor harm”, a White Home spokeswoman stated on the time.
The canine had solely simply returned final week from a spherical of coaching following the primary incident.
He and the the Bidens’ different canine, Champ, who’s 12, hung out on the household house in Delaware.
Main acquired coaching to assist him get used to life on the 18-acre White Home advanced, the place the canine are surrounded by workers and safety officers.
For essentially the most half, Main is a “candy canine,” Mr Biden stated in an interview with ABC Information earlier this month.
The president defined the biting by saying the canine had “turned a nook, there’s two folks he would not know in any respect, you recognize, they usually transfer and [he] strikes to guard”.
He added that “85% of the folks there love him”.
Mr Biden adopted Main from the Delaware Humane Society in 2018 after serving as vice chairman below Barack Obama.