Shortly after, Champ passed away and was given a loving tribute. After that, Major was sent away from the White House for a few months to undergo additional training after several biting incidents.
Recently, the Biden family has announced that the 2-year-old German Shepherd would move in with family friends rather than returning to the White House.
Michael LaRosa, a spokesman for the First Lady, said, “After consulting with dog trainers, animal behaviorists, and veterinarians, the First Family has decided to follow the experts’ collective recommendation that it would be safest for Major to live in a quieter environment with family friends. This is not in reaction to any new or specific incident, but rather a decision reached after several months of deliberation as a family and discussions with experts.”
They have also announced that next year they plan to bring a rescue cat to the White House as a second pet.
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