One of President Joe Biden's dogs, Major, was involved in his second biting incident since moving into the White House.
CBS News reports the dog bit a National Park Service employee while out on a walk, which required them to seek medical attention "out of an abundance of caution." They were able to return to work without any serious injury.
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First Lady Jill Biden's spokesperson says the dog is "still adjusting to his new surroundings," as they have only lived at the White House for about two months.
This is not the first biting incident Major has been involved in, as he also bit a secret service agent three weeks ago and caused a minor injury according to CNN.
The three-year-old German Shepherd was adopted by the Bidens in 2018, making him the first-ever shelter dog to call the White House home.