Bidens’ dogs returned to family home following reported ‘aggressive’ incident

Bidens’ dogs returned to family home following reported ‘aggressive’ incident

A person familiar with the dogs' schedule confirmed to CNN that they had returned to DE, but pointed out that they had stayed there previously on occasions when the first lady is out of town, as she is now. White House press secretary Jen Psaki told Morning Joe's Mika Brzezinski, "Major and Champ are part of the Biden's family".

The dogs made their debut on the White House grounds in late January.

In December, President Biden broke his foot and ended up in a boot, telling the media that he slid on a rug while chasing Major and grabbing the dog's tail.

Two of Joe Biden's rescue dogs, Champ and Major, were transferred from the White House to the Biden family house in DE after what was described as a "biting incident" involving the younger pet, Major, CNN reported on Monday.

"They have to take the elevator, they're not used to that, and they have to go out on the South Lawn with lots of people watching them. So that's what I've been obsessed with, getting everybody settled and calm".

The episode was, however, seen as serious enough for both dogs, including 14-year-old Champ, to be returned to the Bidens' home in Wilmington last week.

Biden's order directs a review of the 2020 regulation "to determine whether the regulation and agency action are consistent with the policies of the Biden-Harris Administration", the fact sheet said.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed Tuesday that the dogs had been returned to DE following an incident where Major got aggressive with a White House staffer.

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It raised $200,000 for the Delaware Humane Association.

"Major Biden is a member of the family, so I can assure you of that", she said.

Like humans, some dogs adapt to new environments quickly while others may need weeks or a few months, Block said.

Meanwhile, Jill Biden previously promised to broaden the family's pet pool by eventually introducing a cat to the mix, too.

A reporter later asked Psaki about a potential White House cat.

Biden will direct the council to submit a "government-wide strategy to address gender in policies, programs and budgets" and an annual report on progress, the White House said.

The White House hasn't had a feline resident since President George W. Bush's cat India.

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