The White House is brewing a hairy situation.
According to a report, high-profile dog experts are talking about what they believe really caused President Biden’s dog major to take action. According to reports, President Biden’s Major Dog bit two people at the White House in recent weeks.
Cesar Millan is best known for the Emmy-nominated TV series “Dos Whisperer and Cesar Millan”, describing the White House environment as “full of tension” Atmospheric place”. He said the problem was not with the major, but with the situation and the people surrounded by dogs.
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“This is not a dog,” he told Politico. “The major is saying that he hasn’t felt safe yet. If he doesn’t feel safe, he won’t be able to trust it. If he can’t be trusted, he won’t feel calm.”
Professional dog trainer Larry Krohn (Larry Krohn) said that a dog’s behavior, good or bad, is produced in the environment where the dog lives.
Crohn added that the behavior was motivated by fear and insecurity, which he said was typical of German shepherd breeds, such as “major”, “especially when it is not a thoroughbred dog.”
He said: “And you can’t use a dog to punish it…you can’t use a dog to treat it,” he said. “You have to change the dog’s way of thinking so that they feel comfortable and confident in their skin and trust the people around them.”
In March, the three-year-old major bit his teeth into an employee of the Secret Service and started a series of biting incidents. He needed the care of the White House medical department. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki referred to the incident as a “secondary incident.”
After the first bite happened, Major and Biden (Major and Biden) seemed not so rough. The older German Shepherd (Champ) was sent to Wilmington, Delaware at the age of 13. ), under the care of a family friend. According to reports, they later returned to the White House.
In an interview with Good Morning America, Biden said that Major was going home and he “didn’t ban him back home.”
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“We have a babysitter there—a friend took him. And—but you turned a corner, there was one—two people I didn’t even know. And, you know, they were moving—he was moving to protect, but he was -He is a cute dog,” Biden said. “85% of the people there love him. He just-all he does is lick them and wag his tail.”
But late last month, Major bit an employee on the South Lawn of the White House and needed medical treatment.
First lady Jill Biden’s press secretary, Michael de Rosa, confirmed the news in a statement to Fox News. “The major is still adjusting to the new environment. He walked a man while walking. Out of caution, WHMU saw this man [White House medical unit] Then returned to work without injury. “
CNN first reported the incident and added that the employee had worked for the National Park Service.
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Celebrity animal trainer Joel Silverman quoted Biden’s “Good Morning America” interview and suggested that “from the beginning, no one thought it was serious of.”
Silverman told Politico: “When a dog bites a person, this is what people need to look at.” “When you have an owner, I don’t care if you are the President of the United States or an ordinary dog trainer like me. If you answer a question and eliminate the question about biting, it’s a problem. That’s a red flag.”
“Don’t ask what the dog can do for you. What can you do for the dog,” Milan added.
Morgan Phillips of Fox News contributed to this report