Biden’s dog bites White House staff for the eleventh time | outside

CNN reported that one of US President Joe Biden’s dogs, a German shepherd named Commander, bit a security guard at the White House on Monday evening. According to the security service, this was the eleventh time a two-year-old dog had bitten someone.

“Yesterday at approximately 8 p.m., a Secret Service police officer came into contact with a First Family pet that had been bitten,” an agency spokesperson said. He added, “The officer was treated at the scene by the medical staff.” CNN reported that the injured officer is now in good condition.

According to the security service, the commander “was involved in at least 11 biting incidents at the White House and in Delaware,” where the Bidens live when they are not in Washington or traveling. In an incident in October, First Lady Jill Biden lost control of the dog when it attacked a Secret Service member. In November 2022, an officer had to be hospitalized due to bites on his arms and thighs.

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White House officials told CNN in July that the Bidens were working on new training and restraint protocols for pets after the incidents. “I think it’s only a matter of time before an officer gets attacked or bitten,” one employee said at the time.

Another of Biden’s dogs, Major, was also involved in biting incidents at the White House. Then the German Shepherd left the White House. In 2021, the leader arrived at the official presidential residence.

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