“No skin was broken,” a Secret Service official said at the time, describing the injury as "extremely minor.”Afterward, Major and the Biden's other German shepherd, 12-year-old Champ, briefly returned to the Bidens' home in Wilmington, Del., where Major got some additional training.White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the Wilmington trip had been pre-planned because Jill Biden was traveling, and it wasn't a punishment for Major.The president told ABC News in an interview after the first incident that he still thought Major was a good boy who was just having a little trouble acclimating to his new surroundings."You turn a corner, and there's two people you don't know at all," Biden said. "And he moves to protect. But he's a sweet dog."
Major is the first shelter dog to live in the White House, but not the first German shepherd named Major to live there.President Franklin D. Roosevelt's dog Major "was known to chase White House maids to the point that they had to use their brooms and dust mops to keep him at bay," according to the Presidential Pet Museum, and was involved in at least three biting incidents.This story first appeared on NBCNews.com.
Always be consistent. Half-assed efforts will deliver half-assed results. Consistency is the key to success in all endeavors in life. Training a dog is no different. Learning about your dog is also a consistent effort. Quality time with your dog should be consistent and ongoing.