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Major, the Dog of, will follow a curriculum to help him better behave in his function of presidential dog. We were talking about you there: the three-year-old German shepherd, adopted in a shelter by the US President, of a walk, then he was Involved in another incident with a member of "Secret Service". The dog had been sent to the family home, in Delaware, and he had already taken a training to correct the situation, apparently insufficient. Since his return to the White House, his behavior does not seem to have improved.
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Field, the other dog of the biden, remains at the White House
Michael Larosa, a spokesman for the first Lady Jill Biden, therefore indicated that Major "was going to take extra training to help fit him to adapt to adapt to his life at the White House ". This curriculum should last a few weeks and will take place in the Washington area, he said. After the incident of the bite, the president had told ABC News that Major was showing a too protective attitude in his new environment still crowded.
Despite his departure, the White House will remain under guard. Field, the other German shepherd by the presidential couple, older and wise, will remain well with his masters in Washington.
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