Main, one in all President Biden’s German shepherds, “nipped somebody” throughout a stroll on Monday, a spokesman for the primary woman, Jill Biden, mentioned on Tuesday.
The spokesman, Michael LaRosa, mentioned that “out of an abundance of warning,” the person, whom he didn’t establish, was seen by the White Home medical unit “after which returned to work with out damage.”
“Main remains to be adjusting to his new environment,” Mr. LaRosa mentioned. The episode was reported earlier Tuesday by CNN, which mentioned the person was a Nationwide Park Service worker. A spokeswoman for the company referred a request for remark to the White Home.
The Bidens have two German shepherds: Main, the youthful of the 2, and Champ. Earlier in March, the canine had been despatched again to Delaware for a time after a earlier incident involving Main.
In that episode, Main “was stunned by an unfamiliar particular person and reacted in a method that resulted in a minor damage to the person,” mentioned Jen Psaki, the White Home press secretary.