The White House is sadly a no-pet zone at the moment as President Joe Biden‘s two dogs have been sent back to the family home in Delaware after a biting incident.
The president’s three-year-old dog Major, who was adopted from a Delaware animal shelter in November 2018, reportedly bit a member of White House security.
“The exact condition of the victim is unknown, however, the episode was serious enough that the dogs were subsequently moved to Wilmington, Delaware, where they remain,” CNN reported.
A source told the outlet that Major is known to display “agitated behavior on multiple occasions, including jumping, barking, and ‘charging’ at staff and security.”
Both Major and Champ, the Biden family’s older dog, were sent to Delaware. Champ is approximately 13 and has “slowed down physically” because of his age.
It’s not known if the move will be permanent or if the dogs will return to the White House at some point.