Biden’s Dogs Reportedly In A Time-Out, Relocated To Delaware Following Aggressive Behavior At WH

[Image: Jill Biden with Champ and Major-- Bloomberg Quicktake YouTube video screenshot. Joe Biden--ABC News video screenshot. The Freedom Times compilation].

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday that the first family’s German shepherds remained “beloved members” of the White House family amid reports that the two dogs had been relocated to Delaware following aggressive behavior from one of them.

In an MSNBC interview Tuesday morning, White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about a CNN report from earlier in the day that the dogs, Champ and Major, were back at the Bidens’ family home after a “biting incident” between Major, the younger of the two dogs, and a member of White House security, Politico reported.

“I don’t have any specifics. I don’t have any updates for you, Mika, on the reports about an incident,” Psaki told “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski.

“But what I can tell you, as a dog lover– I know you are– is that Major and Champ are part of the Bidens’ family. They’re members of the family,” she said. “They often go to Delaware when the first lady is traveling. And they’re adjusting to their new home.”

Psaki added: “I just know that they’re beloved members of the family and, of course, of the White House family, too.”

Biden adopted the 3-year-old Major from the Delaware Humane Association in 2018 after fostering him as a puppy. Major is the first shelter dog to occupy the White House. 13-year-old Champ, the elder of the two dogs, joined the family in 2008 shortly after Joe Biden was elected vice president, noted Politico. Continued Below

According to TMZ:

Cory Topel at the Delaware Humane Association tells TMZ … Champ and Major’s recent behavior could stem from a change in environment, which can be unsettling for dogs. She added, “it can take any dog some time to adjust to a new home or new surroundings.”

Topel continued, “This is particularly challenging in a home like the White House, with dozens of staff and new people in the environment and around the dogs every day.” Topel added, “this does not mean that Major — or any shelter dog for that matter — is an aggressive dog.” Continued Below

Major and Champ won’t be kept away from the White House for too long. The dogs will reportedly be back. A White House official told NBC News, “With the First Lady traveling for three days, Champ and Major went to Delaware to stay with family friends.”

Fox News co-anchor of “America Reports”, John Roberts, tweeted on Tuesday morning:

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Newmax’s Greg Kelly also commented on the situation over the dogs at the White House:

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