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He’s getting a new leash on life.
President Biden and first lady Jill Biden’s dog Major will get professional training to help him adjust to life in the White House after two biting incidents last month.
Private training for the 3-year-old German shepherd will be conducted “off-site,” not at the Executive Mansion, but in Washington D.C., and is expected to last a few weeks, the first lady’s spokesman Michael LaRosa said Monday,
The Biden’s adopted pooch has had a ruff going since the family relocated to the White House in January from their home in Delaware.
Last month, LaRosa confirmed that Major nipped someone during a walk.
It came shortly after the dog bit a Secret Service employee, causing minor injury.
Both Major and fellow first dog Champ, a 12-year-old German shepherd, spent some time back in Delaware after the first incident for what the White House said was a pre-planned trip.
The president had said Major was being trained.
On National Pet Day Sunday, Jill Biden tweeted photos of both dogs captioned, “Love these two!”
With Post wires
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