Joe Biden Ships His Dog Off to Delaware After He Bites White House Security
When you get a dog as a political prop, it shouldn’t surprise anyone if it doesn’t work out well. In Joe Biden’s case, he adopted “Major” during the presidential campaign of 2018. The idea was supposed to be that the animal would be the “first rescue dog” to live in the White House. Then, the dog bit a security guard, and Joe Biden had both of his dogs shipped back to Wilmington, Delaware. The other dog is 13 years old and named “Champ.”
Apparently, the rescue dog “Major” showed “agitated behavior on multiple occasions, including jumping, barking, and ‘charging’ at staff and security” and he finally went over the line and bit someone. As of yet, there is no information on how serious the bite was.
Of course, Joe Biden was already mentally foggy when he got this dog and even when you are hiding in a basement throughout your campaign, you don’t have a lot of free time to spend with an animal. So, the dog was probably never trained very well to begin with, got worse over time, and finally went over the line and bit someone. Of course, if Biden cared enough, he could easily have a dog trainer brought in to work with the dog. In fact, there are probably lots of first-rate trainers that would do it for free, just to say they helped the President of the United States with his dog. Unfortunately, the political prop dog wasn’t important enough for that. Even keeping his other dog “Champ” in the White House wasn’t important enough to merit some training for his doggie sibling. That dog is 13 years old. That’s old for a dog and you never know how long a dog has left at that age, but still, he’s off to Delaware. Joe Biden isn’t only a bad President, he’s apparently a bad dog owner as well.
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