President Biden’s German shepherd has a Main downside.
Main, the Biden’s 3-year-old adopted pet, has been in another biting incident requiring medical consideration, CNN studies.
The canine reportedly bit a Nationwide Park Service worker on the White Home South Garden Monday afternoon.
“Sure, Main nipped somebody on a stroll,” first woman Jill Biden’s press secretary Michael LaRosa informed CNN.
“Out of an abundance of warning, the person was seen by WHMU after which returned to work.”
The biting comes only a week after Main returned to the White Home following a day out in Delaware, after he bit a White Home safety guard, inflicting a minor damage.
After that March 8 incident, Main — the primary presidential rescue canine — and 12-year-old Champ had been despatched again to the Biden household house in Wilmington, Delaware for “coaching,” officers mentioned.
Main was “stunned by an unfamiliar particular person and reacted in a method that resulted in a minor damage to the person,” Press Secretary Jen Psaki mentioned of the incident.
The pooch had reportedly been barking and lunging at employees and safety, and the president chalked up the nipping to nervousness.
“You flip a nook and there’s two individuals you don’t know in any respect,” Biden mentioned on the time. “And he strikes to guard. However he’s a candy canine. Eighty-five p.c of the individuals there love him. All he does is lick them and wag his tail.”