Biden's dog to leave White House after 'biting incident'
The German Shepherd will be sent back to his family home in Delaware.
One of US President Joe Biden’s dogs will be leaving the White House after a “biting incident” with a member of White House security.
According to CNN, Major, the younger of the president’s two German Shepherds, will be sent back to Biden’s family home in Wilmington, Delaware.
Major, 3, was the first shelter dog in the White House, and had been deemed the ‘First Dog’.
President Biden and his wife Jill also have Champ, a 12-year-old German Shepherd. They had also said that they would soon be joined by a cat from a rescue centre.
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