The younger of the Bidens’ two german shepherds, a rescue dog, did not break skin in the first incident, the president told ABC last month. Later in March the dog bit a security staff member causing a “minor injury”, a White House spokeswoman said.“Nipping is probably more accurate than biting,” LaRosa said on Monday.Following the first incident, amid intense media interest about his whereabouts, the presidential pooch had a round of training in Biden’s home state, Delaware.
For Safety Keep Your Dog Restrained in the Car. I know that dogs love sticking their head out car windows – but it’s a dangerous habit. They’re at risk for being hit with debris, damaging their ears & there’s always the risk that they’ll see something & jump out. If you’re going to be driving over 20 mph it’s always recommended to have your dog restrained in the car.
The aim was to help acclimatize him to life at the White House complex, where he is surrounded by aides and security officers. Trainers will now try again.