In another moment showing the bad judgement of Joe Biden, Jill Biden’s press secretary Michael LaRosa has announced that the Biden family’s dogs, Major and Champ, are being allowed back in the White House.
After a biting incident involving Major, the dogs were sent back to the Bidens’ home in Delaware. They are now being allowed to return after Major worked with a trainer at their home.
Biden’s press secretary Jen Psaki had previously given details of the biting incident, claiming that the dogs were still being acclimated to their new home at the White House when Major “was surprised by an unfamiliar person and reacted in a way that resulted in a minor injury to the individual.”
Most dog owners know that violent incidents involving dogs are the fault of poor training by the owners, not the fault of the dogs themselves. In this instance, it is clear that the Biden family did a poor job training their pets, probably because they were more focused on their political aspirations than the poor animals that they are supposed to be responsible for.
Instead of training the dogs themselves, and giving them the time, love, and care they need, they gave that responsibility to a trainer. Hopefully the training worked, as the dogs are innocent in the situation and deserve to live their best lives.
If the dogs are uncomfortable at the White House, and were acting out as a result of that, it may be a bad decision to bring them back, but Joe Biden has to have them there to keep up appearances.
Psaki spoke about the news at a White House press briefing, announcing that Major and Champ had joined the Biden family at Camp David over the weekend, and had returned to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue on March 21.
“The dogs will come and go and it will not be uncommon for them to head back to Delaware on occasion as the President and first lady often do as well,” Psaki told the press.