President Biden's Dog Major Removed From White House After Biting Issues

It’s very much out with the old and in with the new, as President Biden‘s dog Major is getting the boot from the White House … and several biting incidents followed by failed training attempts to fix the pup seem to be the catalyst.

The White House just announced POTUS’ German Shepherd will “live in a quieter environment with family friends” … with the Bidens making the move after consulting with dog trainers, animal behaviorists and veterinarians.

You’ll recall … Major was involved in 2 biting incidents at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. … with the first one in March getting him and his late pal, Champ, sent back to Delaware.

Major eventually returned from the dog house, but there was another biting incident at the White House only days after his return … resulting in a new trainer and some extra dog handlers.

As we reported … Joe and Jill have a new puppy at The White House, a new German Shepherd puppy named Commander, arrived as an early Christmas present.

So that’s one dog out and one dog in … and the First Lady said earlier this year the family would soon be adding a cat to the fold, no sign yet of the new feline.

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